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Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Invertebrate fauna

Araneae

Actinopodidae

Two-doored Trapdoor 

Spiders

(9 out of 31 species in Australia)

Missulena hoggi spp. grp.

Yorkrakine Missulena Trapdoor

100


1999

Missulena occ_1025

Ballidou Missulena Trapdoor

100


1996

Missulena occwheat913

East Yorkrakine Missulena Trapdoor

100


1989

Missulena sp.

Missulena Trapdoor

56

2002



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Actinopodidae.

Barychelidae

Brush-footed Trapdoor 

Spiders

(9 out of 134 species in Australia)

Synothele houstoni

Houstons Brush-footed Trapdoor

50

1995



Synothele howi

Hows Brush-footed Trapdoor

60

2001


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Barychelidae.

Ctenizidae

Trapdoor Spiders

(1 out of 12 species in Australia)

Conothele wa_eriken

Eriken Trapdoor

100


1960

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Ctenizidae.

Idiopidae

Trapdoor Spiders

(26 out of 153 species in Australia)

Aganippe ballidu

Ballidu Trapdoor

100


1996

Aganippe castellum

Trapdoor Spider

100


1984

Aganippe cupulifex spp grp

Trapdoor Spider

100


1971

Aganippe durokoppin

Durokoppin Trapdoor

100


1992

Aganippe durokoppin sp b

Yorkrakine Trapdoor

100


1989

Aganippe durokoppin sp c

Trapdoor Spider

100


1989

Aganippe indet

Trapdoor Spider

50

1989



Aganippe jessupi

Jessups Trapdoor

75

1999


Aganippe manmanning

Manmanning Trapdoor

100

1996


Aganippe nov 

  (twig-lining spp grp)

Twig-lining Trapdoor

50

1997



Aganippe nugadong

Nugadong Trapdoor

100

1996


Aganippe proto-idiosoma sp3

Nugadong Trapdoor

100

1996


Anidiops villosus

Trapdoor Spider

50

Arbanitis ballidu



Ballidu Trapdoor

100


1996

Arbanitis manmanning

Manmanning Trapdoor

100


1996

Eucanippe nov

Trapdoor Spider

75

1999



Eucyrtops corrigin/kondiuim sp

Corrigin Trapdoor

100

1985


Gaius nov

Coolgardie Trapdoor

100

1997


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Idiopidae.

Page 13 of  58

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

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Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Lycosidae

Wolf Spiders

(33 out of 149 species in Australia)

Artoria impedita

89

2007


Trochosa wundurra

64

2003



This region rates highly for richness of Lycosidae.

Nemesiidae

Funnel-web Spiders

(37 out of 227 species in Australia)

Aname wa_armadale1

Armadale Funnel-web Spider

50

1992



Aname wa_dianella

Dianella Funnel-web Spider

50

1991


Aname wa_rastellum

Yorkarkine Funnel-web Spider

100

1989


Aname wheatbelt

Elashgin Funnel-web Spider

100

1999


Chenistonia wa_v_long_emb

Funnel-web Spider

50

1995


Chenistonia wa_yorkrakine

Wheatbelt Funnel-web Spider

100

1989


Kwonkan eboracum

Eboracum Funnel-web

100

1969


Kwonkan wa_nugadon

Nugadong Funnel-web

50

1996


Kwonkan wa_salt2

Western Funnel-web

50

1992


Kwonkan wonganensis

Wongan Hills Funnel-web

100

1974


Merredinia damsonoides

Damsons Funnel-web

60

1979


Teyl 2

Gutha Funnel-web

80

2002


Teyl 3

Manmanning Funnel-web

50

2002


Teyl 6

Funnel-web Spider

50

2002


Teyl door building sp

Helena-Aurora Funnel-web

50

1995


Teyl luculentus

Bruce Rock Funnel-web

88

2002


Teyl minimus

Small Funnel-web

100

1999


Teyl sp

Funnel-web

52

2002


Teyl wheat4

Manmanning Funnel-web

60

2002


Yilgarnia a

Yilgarn Funnel-web

100

1989


Yilgarnia minuta

Minute Funnel-web

100

1989


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Nemesiidae.

Caenogastropoda

Pomatiopsidae

Salt-lake Snails

(3 out of 14 species in Australia)

Coxiella 2

Saltlake Snail

50

1998



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Pomatiopsidae.

Page 14 of  58

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

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Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Coleoptera

Carabidae

Ground Beetles

(23 out of 2305 species in Australia)

Adotela concolor

Ground Beetle

50

Cerotalis brachypleura



Ground Beetle

50

Clivina cribrosa



Scarititid Ground Beetle

50

Promecoderus anguliceps



Ground Beetle

100


Sarothrocrepis parvicollis

Masoreitid Ground Beetle

50

Dytiscidae

Dytiscidine Water 

Beetles

(16 out of 302 species in Australia)

Paroster couragei

Water Beetle

50

2000



Paroster sharpi

Sharps Water Beetle

100

1965


This region rates highly for endemism of Dytiscidae.

Diptera

Asilidae

Robber Flies

(3 out of 360 species in Australia)

Chrysopogon crabroniformis

100

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Asilidae.

Therevidae

Stiletto Flies

(11 out of 252 species in Australia)

Acupalpa irwini

100

1985


Agapophytus laparoceles

100


1970

Agapophytus notozophos

50

1981


Nanexila lignyos

100


1979

This region rates highly for endemism of Therevidae.

Page 15 of  58

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

21-Jan-11


Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Eupulmonata

Bulimulidae

Elongate High-spired 

Land Snails

(18 out of 115 species in Australia)

Bothriembryon goomalling

Goomalling Land Snail

100


1996

Bothriembryon holleton

Holleton Land Snail

100


1971

Bothriembryon lake magenta

Lake Magenta Land Snail

100


1974

Bothriembryon mount stirling

Mount Stirling Land Snail

100


1957

Bothriembryon newdegate

Newdegate Land Snail

100


1970

Bothriembryon praecelsus

Land Snail

100


1971

Bothriembryon praecelsus cf.

Land Snail

100


1987

Bothriembryon rothsay

Land Snail

100


1972

Bothriembryon sedgwicki

Sedgwicks Land Snail

89

2000



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Bulimulidae.

Punctidae

Translucent Frosted 

Land Snails

(2 out of 107 species in Australia)

Westralaoma expicta

Punctid Land Snail

100


1979

This region rates highly for endemism of Punctidae.

Page 16 of  58

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

21-Jan-11


Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Hemiptera

Aleyrodidae

Whiteflies

(1 out of 103 species in Australia)

Aleuromarginatus nemciae

100

1993


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Aleyrodidae.

Cicadidae

(9 out of 233 species in Australia)

Cicadetta spinosa

50

Froggattoides typicus



Eastern Bent-winged Cicada

50

Gudanga boulayi



100

1951


Macrotristria occidentalis

100


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Cicadidae.

Cixiidae

(2 out of 105 species in Australia)

Balyadimetopia krahalla

100

1978


Rhigedanus fomibundus

50

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Cixiidae.



Coreidae

(4 out of 81 species in Australia)

Agriopocoscelis elongatus

100

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Coreidae.

Pentatomidae

Stinkbugs

(26 out of 361 species in Australia)

Utheria dixoni

dixoni

50

1970



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Pentatomidae.

Thaumastocoridae

(1 out of 11 species in Australia)

Onymocoris izzardi

100

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of 

Thaumastocoridae.

Page 17 of  58

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

21-Jan-11


Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Hymenoptera

Colletidae

Short-tongued Bees

(47 out of 878 species in Australia)

Brachyhesma dedari

50

Callohesma megachlora



100

1982


Callohesma setula

100


1985

Callohesma splendens

100

1962


Euhesma atra

100


1981

Euhesma aureophila

50

1962


Euhesma scoparia

100


1979

Euryglossina douglasi

50

Hylaeus scutaticornis



50

1981


Hyleoides concinnula

100


1987

Hyleoides waterhousei

55

1996


Leioproctus chalybeatus

100


1954

Leioproctus ignicolor

100

1981


Leioproctus rudissimus

50

1979



Trichocolletes pulcherrimus

100


1985

Xanthesma nigrior

100

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Colletidae.

Formicidae

Ants

(52 out of 1944 species in Australia)

Cerapachys incontentus

100

Cerapachys nigriventris



100

Cerapachys picipes

100

Cerapachys punctatissimus



50

Dolichoderus nigricornis

100

Monomorium elegantulum



50

1988


Rhytidoponera foveolata

50

1984



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Formicidae.

Halictidae

(49 out of 438 species in Australia)

Lasioglossum cte-sp11

100

1980


Lasioglossum cte-sp8

50

1965



Lasioglossum cte-sp9

67

1985



Lasioglossum eremophilum

50

1981



Lasioglossum spatulatum

50

1980



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Halictidae.

Page 18 of  58

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

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Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Megachilidae

(18 out of 165 species in Australia)

Megachile ebenea

100

1978


Megachile monkmani

50

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Megachilidae.



Stenotritidae

(5 out of 21 species in Australia)

Ctenocolletes smaragdinus

83

2007


Ctenocolletes tricolor

75

1982



Stenotritus greavesi

83

1996



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Stenotritidae.

Lepidoptera

Hesperiidae

Skippers, flats, awls & 

darts

(12 out of 123 species in Australia)

Trapezites waterhousei

Laterite Ochre

50

1992



This region rates highly for endemism of Hesperiidae.

Ploimida

Lecanidae

Shelled Wheel Animal

(6 out of 78 species in Australia)

Lecane boorali

Booral Shelled Wheel Animal

100


Lecane halsei

Halses Shelled Wheel Animal

100

Trichocercidae

Comma-like Wheel 

Animals

(2 out of 50 species in Australia)

Trichocerca musculus

Mousey Comma-like Wheel Animal

100


Page 19 of  58

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

21-Jan-11



Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Vascular flora

Asparagales

Asparagaceae

(23 out of 177 species in Australia)

Arthropodium curvipes

Western Vanilla Lily

55

2007



Thysanotus acerosifolius

Fringed Lily

75

1985


Boryaceae

Pincushion Lillies

(5 out of 14 species in Australia)

Borya constricta

Pincushion-Lily

53

2006



Borya laciniata

Pincushion-Lily

52

2003


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Boryaceae.

Iridaceae

Irises and Allies

(8 out of 28 species in Australia)

Patersonia drummondii

Drummonds Flag

54

2002



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Iridaceae.

Page 20 of  58

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

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Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Orchidaceae

Orchids

(178 out of 1248 species in Australia)

Arachnorchis arrecta

Spider Orchid

Vulnerable

3

1990


Arachnorchis williamsiae

Spider Orchid

100

2005


Caladenia uliginosa

Orchid


100

1993


Calochilus stramenicola

75

1991



Cyanicula ashbyae

100


1993

Diuris aff. corymbosa 1

62

2004


Diuris drummondii

Tall Donkey Orchid

Vulnerable

23

Diuris heberlei



64

Diuris picta

84

2005


Drakaea isolata

100


1985

Drakonorchis barbarossa

Dragon Orchid

53

2002



Drakonorchis drakeoides

Endangered

53

1999


Drakonorchis mesocera

Orchid


69

2005


Glycorchis saccharata

Sugar Orchid

65

2004


Jonesiopsis dimidia

Orchid


83

2004


Jonesiopsis dorrienii

Cossack Spider Orchid

Endangered

10

1987



Jonesiopsis dundasiae

50

1999



Jonesiopsis hiemalis

Orchid


60

1988


Jonesiopsis incrassata

59

2000



Jonesiopsis melanema

67

2000



Jonesiopsis paradoxa

Orchid


90

2004


Jonesiopsis pulchra

Orchid


58

2007


Jonesiopsis radialis

Orchid


61

2004


Jonesiopsis roei

Jack-in-the-box

56

2007


Linguella aff. nana 13

50

1993



Linguella aff. nana 8

100


1989

Oligochaetochilus sargentii

Orchid

71

2002



Pterostylis 

  sp. inland

Greenhood

74

2002



Ranorchis sargentii

Frog Greenhood

51

2007


Rhizanthella gardneri

Western Underground Orchid

Endangered

43

1985



Spiculaea ciliata

Elbow Orchid

56

2007


Thelymitra latiloba

Sun Orchid

83

2006


Thelymitra sargentii

Freckled Sun Orchid

63

1999


Thelymitra stellata

Bronze Sun Orchid

Endangered

4

2002



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Orchidaceae.

Page 21 of  58

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

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