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Vascular Plants recorded in Occurrence 1 (DEP 1996, Ecoscape 2004, L. Sage unpublished data)
Alluvial: made up of sediments deposited by flowing water
Fluviatile: found in or near rivers
Marl: compact impure limestone
Solonchak: pale saline soils typical of certain poorly drained semi-arid regions
Solonetzic: dark alkaline soils formed from solonchak by leaching
STATUS OF FLORA TAXA (Atkins 2005)
Declared Rare Flora (DRF) ‘taxa which have been adequately searched for and are deemed to be in the wild either rare, in danger of extinction, or otherwise in need of special protection and have been gazetted as such pursuant to the Wildlife Conservation Act 1950.’
Priority 1 (P1) ‘taxa which are known from one or a few populations which are under threat.’
Priority 2 (P2) ‘taxa which are known from one or a few populations, at least some of which are not believed to be under immediate threat.’
Priority 3 (P3) ‘taxa which are known from several populations, at least some of which are not believed to be under immediate threat.’
1 Henry Smolinsky, Department of Agriculture
2 Andrew Brown, Threatened Flora Coordinator, DEC Species and Communities Branch