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Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Asterales

Asteraceae

Daisies and Allies

(199 out of 1019 species in Australia)

Angianthus pygmaeus

Native Daisy

54

2003



Argyroglottis turbinata

Native Daisy

67

2003


Blennospora phlegmatocarpa

Native Daisy

84

2007


Erymophyllum tenellum

Native Daisy

53

2007


Gnephosis multiflora

Native Daisy

67

2002


Gnephosis tridens

Native Daisy

70

2002


Millotia eichleri

Native Daisy

88

1999


Millotia newbeyi

Native Daisy

100

1993


Millotia pilosa

Native Daisy

67

1993


Millotia steetziana

Native Daisy

80

2002


Olearia conspicua

Daisy Bush

100

1985


Ozothamnus occidentalis

Everlasting

83

2005


Podotheca pritzelii

Native Daisy

78

1997


Rhodanthe fuscescens

Paper-daisy

60

1982


Rhodanthe heterantha

Paper-daisy

67

2002


Rhodanthe rubella

Paper-daisy

67

2004


Siloxerus pygmaeus

Native Daisy

51

2003


This region rates highly for endemism of Asteraceae.

Stylidiaceae

Triggerplants and Allies

(89 out of 293 species in Australia)

Stylidium applanatum

100

1997


Stylidium arenicola

62

1999



Stylidium chiddarcoopingense

75

2003



Stylidium choreanthum

Dancing Triggerplant

68

2002


Stylidium coroniforme

Endangered

33

2003


Stylidium dielsianum

Tangle Triggerplant

71

2006


Stylidium hortiorum

60

2005



Stylidium merrallii

Merrall's Triggerplant

Vulnerable

80

2005



Stylidium neglectum

Neglected Stylidium

81

2003


Stylidium nungarinense

Nungarin Triggerplant

97

2003


Stylidium perula

55

2003



Stylidium pseudosacculatum

100


2006

Stylidium sacculatum

57

2003


Stylidium scabridum

Moth Triggerplant

64

2006


Stylidium sejunctum

82

2003



Stylidium squamellosum

Maize Trigger Plant

56

2002


Stylidium stowardii

71

2006



Stylidium tenuicarpum

60

2006



Stylidium thylax

100


2003

Stylidium yilgarnense

Yilgarn Triggerplant

78

2003



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Stylidiaceae.

Page 22 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

Caryophyllales

Aizoaceae

Pigfaces

(12 out of 44 species in Australia)

Gunniopsis glabra

Pigface

50

1981



Gunniopsis intermedia

Yellow Salt Star

59

2003


Gunniopsis rubra

Pigface


56

2004


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Aizoaceae.

Amaranthaceae

Pigweed

(26 out of 157 species in Australia)

Ptilotus fasciculatus

Ptilotus

Endangered

47

2005


Ptilotus halophilus

Ptilotus


80

2003


Ptilotus holosericeus

Mulla Mulla

55

2007


This region rates highly for endemism of Amaranthaceae.

Chenopodiaceae

Saltbushes and Allies

(103 out of 291 species in Australia)

Atriplex exilifolia

Saltbush

50

2003



Atriplex hymenotheca

Saltbush


53

2004


Enchylaena lanata

Saltbush


64

2007


Halosarcia flabelliformis

Bead Glasswort

Vulnerable

2

1994



Halosarcia leptoclada

Glasswort

60

2002


Maireana diffusa

Bluebush


67

1968


Maireana marginata

Bluebush


62

2007


Rhagodia acicularis

Saltbush


Vulnerable

80

2006



Roycea divaricata

Saltbush


60

1999


Roycea pycnophylloides

Saltbush


Endangered

100


2003

Roycea spinescens

Saltbush

71

2004



Sclerostegia moniliformis

Samphire


63

2004


This region rates highly for endemism of Chenopodiaceae.

Droseraceae

Sundews

(42 out of 117 species in Australia)

Drosera andersoniana

Sturdy Sundew

87

2005



Drosera browniana

Sundew


100

2006


Drosera graniticola

Sundew


100

1997


Drosera grievei

Sundew


100

2000


Drosera lowriei

Sundew


75

2003


Drosera macrophylla

Showy Sundew

55

2002


Drosera pycnoblasta

Pearly Sundew

59

2002


Drosera rupicola

Sundew


90

2006


Drosera stricticaulis

Erect Sundew

53

2004


Drosera subhirtella

Sunny Rainbow

56

2006


Drosera zigzagia

Sundew


100

2000


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Droseraceae.

Page 23 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

Portulacaceae

Purslane

(11 out of 73 species in Australia)

Calandrinia kalanniensis

Purslane

60

2005



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Portulacaceae.

Commelinales

Haemodoraceae

Bloodroots, Conostyles, 

Kangaroo Paws and 

their Allies

(37 out of 92 species in Australia)

Conostylis albescens

Conostylis

100


2006

Conostylis argentea

Silver Conostylis

60

2004



Conostylis lepidospermoides

Conostylis

Endangered

46

Conostylis petrophiloides



Conostylis

72

2005



Conostylis rogeri

Conostylis

Vulnerable

57

2002



Conostylis villosa

Conostylis

68

2003


Conostylis wonganensis

Wongan Conostylis

Endangered

86

2006



Tribonanthes purpurea

Granite Pink

Vulnerable

50

1995



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Haemodoraceae.

Dilleniales

Dilleniaceae

Guinea Flowers

(57 out of 253 species in Australia)

Hibbertia ancistrophylla

54

2002


Hibbertia ancistrotricha

67

2001



Hibbertia avonensis

82

2006



Hibbertia axillibarba

100


1999

Hibbertia carinata

50

1996


Hibbertia chartacea

100


2001

Hibbertia drummondii

55

2001


Hibbertia eatoniae

91

2003



Hibbertia exasperata

60

2005



Hibbertia glabriuscula

100


2002

Hibbertia glomerosa

53

2002


Hibbertia graniticola

100


2006

Hibbertia lepidocalyx

89

2001


Hibbertia nutans

56

2001



Hibbertia rostellata

63

2002



Hibbertia stowardii

83

2001



Hibbertia uncinata

86

2001



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Dilleniaceae.

Page 24 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

Ericales

Epacridaceae

Southern Heaths

(104 out of 458 species in Australia)

Andersonia redolens

Rice-flower

54

Astroloma pedicellatum



Native Cranberry

100


2002

Astroloma recurvum

Native Cranberry

67

1997



Brachyloma nguba

Heath


75

2006


Leucopogon amplectens

Beard-heath

100

2002


Leucopogon dielsianus

Beard-heath

73

2007


Leucopogon hamulosus

Beard-heath

59

2006


Leucopogon inflexifolius

Beard-heath

67

1986


Leucopogon marginatus

Thick-margined Beard-heath

Endangered

37

1992



Leucopogon minutifolius

Beard-heath

57

2002


Leucopogon 

  sp. bungulla

Beard-heath

100


1996

Leucopogon 

  sp. clyde hill

Beard-heath

50

2006


Leucopogon 

  sp. corrigin

Bearded-heath

100


2002

Leucopogon 

  sp. coujinup

Beard-heath

100

Leucopogon 



  sp. helena & aurora range

Beard-heath

100

1995


Leucopogon 

  sp. kau rock

Beard-heath

50

2002



Leucopogon 

  sp. lake king

Beard-heath

100


2002

Leucopogon 

  sp. wheatbelt

Beard-heath

100

2002


Monotoca leucantha

Broom-heath

50

1999


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Epacridaceae.

Page 25 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

Fabales

Fabaceae

Peas

(601 out of 2583 species in Australia)

Acacia acanthaster

Wattle

86

2001



Acacia acoma

Wattle


74

1999


Acacia acutata

Wattle


91

2004


Acacia adinophylla

Wattle


100

2002


Acacia aestivalis

Wattle


64

2007


Acacia aff tetanophylla

Wattle


100

2002


Acacia anfractuosa

Wattle


100

2002


Acacia aphylla

Wattle


Vulnerable

50

2005



Acacia arcuatilis

Wattle


74

2005


Acacia aristulata

Wattle


Endangered

17

Acacia ascendens



Wattle

83

2003



Acacia asepala

Wattle


83

2002


Acacia ataxiphylla

Large-fruited Tammin Wattle

53

2005


Acacia auratiflora

Wattle


Endangered

90

2002



Acacia beauverdiana

Wattle


93

2002


Acacia botrydion

Wattle


100

2007


Acacia brachypoda

Wattle


Endangered

67

2007



Acacia brumalis

Wattle


54

2007


Acacia caesariata

Wattle


100

2006


Acacia campylophylla

Wattle


77

2007


Acacia castanostegia

Wattle


74

1999


Acacia chrysella

Wattle


60

2002


Acacia chrysopoda

Wattle


93

1999


Acacia concolorans

Wattle


100

2001


Acacia consanguinea

Wattle


70

2000


Acacia cowaniana

Wattle


100

2003


Acacia cracentis

Wattle


92

2002


Acacia crenulata

Wattle


50

2006


Acacia cuneifolia

Wattle


50

2003


Acacia deficiens

Wattle


60

2007


Acacia deflexa

Wattle


59

2001


Acacia densiflora

Wattle


75

2001


Acacia denticulosa

Sandpaper Wattle

Vulnerable

50

1999



Acacia depressa

Echidna Wattle

Vulnerable

50

2002



Acacia desertorum

Wattle


74

2006


Acacia dielsii

Wattle


65

2005


Acacia dissona

Wattle


64

2003


Acacia drewiana

Wattle


67

2002


Acacia dura

Wattle


60

2000


Acacia enervia

Wattle


60

2007


Acacia ephedroides

Wattle


65

2001


Acacia ericksoniae

Wattle


50

2007


Acacia erioclada

Wattle


50

1998


Page 26 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

Acacia fauntleroyi

Wattle

96

2006



Acacia filifolia

Wattle


71

2002


Acacia flavipila

Wattle


87

2002


Acacia formidabilis

Wattle


57

1985


Acacia fragilis

Wattle


51

2002


Acacia gibbosa

Wattle


53

2000


Acacia glutinosissima

Wattle


64

1999


Acacia graniticola

Wattle


78

2004


Acacia heterochroa

Bob's Wattle

62

2004


Acacia heteroneura

Wattle


56

2002


Acacia hystrix

Wattle


57

1994


Acacia inaequiloba

Wattle


53

2004


Acacia inophloia

Fibre-barked Wattle

62

2002


Acacia intricata

Wattle


93

2007


Acacia jacksonioides

Wattle


59

2007


Acacia lanei

Hyden Wattle

73

2006


Acacia lanuginophylla

Woolly Wattle

Endangered

100


2003

Acacia lasiocalyx

Silver Wattle

58

2007



Acacia leptalea

Acacia leptalea

Endangered

100


2003

Acacia leptopetala

Wattle

80

2003



Acacia lirellata

Wattle


79

2007


Acacia lobulata

Chiddarcooping Wattle

Endangered

100


1998

Acacia mackeyana

Wattle

70

2007



Acacia meisneri

Wattle


83

2006


Acacia merinthophora

Wattle


81

2007


Acacia merrickiae

Wattle


100

2006


Acacia multispicata

Wattle


52

2007


Acacia obesa

Wattle


93

2005


Acacia orbifolia

Wattle


77

2007


Acacia phaeocalyx

Wattle


94

2007


Acacia pharangites

Wongan Gully Wattle

Endangered

100


2007

Acacia pygmaea

Wattle

Endangered



100

2002


Acacia quinquenervia

Wattle


53

1997


Acacia recurvata

Recurved Wattle

Endangered

14

2000



Acacia repanda

Wattle


100

1999


Acacia resinimarginea

Old Man Wodjil

53

2004


Acacia rigida

Wattle


65

2000


Acacia rossei

Rosse's Wattle

100

2005


Acacia rostellata

Wattle


59

1998


Acacia saxatilis

Wattle


65

2001


Acacia sciophanes

Ghost Wattle

Endangered

100


2006

Acacia sedifolia

Wattle

53

2000



Acacia semicircinalis

Wongan Wattle

Vulnerable

57

2006



Acacia sericocarpa

Wattle


78

2006


Acacia sessilispica

Wattle


67

2002


Acacia singula

Wattle


65

2001


Page 27 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

Acacia spinosissima

Wattle

67

2002



Acacia steedmanii

Wattle


87

2000


Acacia subflexuosa

Wattle


62

1997


Acacia tetraneura

Wattle


100

2004


Acacia tratmaniana

Wattle


72

2002


Acacia trigonophylla

Wattle


59

2005


Acacia trinalis

Wattle


50

1991


Acacia tuberculata

Wattle


79

2000


Acacia uncinella

Wattle


62

2002


Acacia undosa

Wattle


92

2004


Acacia unifissilis

Wattle


60

2004


Acacia vassalii

Vassal's Wattle

Endangered

71

2005



Acacia verricula

Wattle


66

2004


Acacia viscifolia

Wattle


67

2003


Acacia volubilis

Tangled Wattle

Endangered

100


2006

Acacia yorkrakinensis

Wattle

72

2003



Aotus 

  sp. cunderdin

Earless Pea

100


1997

Aotus tietkensii

Victoria Spring Earless Pea

89

2005



Bossiaea atrata

Bitter-pea

91

2003


Bossiaea celata

Bitter-pea

100

2001


Bossiaea concinna

Bitter-pea

50

2004


Bossiaea halophila

Bitter-pea

88

2006


Bossiaea smithiorum

Bitter-pea

78

2005


Chorizema genistoides

Flame-pea

53

2006


Chorizema humile

Prostrate Flame-pea

Endangered

20

2000



Chorizema rhynchotropis

Flame-pea

70

2000


Daviesia audax

Bitter-pea

74

2002


Daviesia brachyphylla

Bitter-pea

69

2002


Daviesia croniniana

Bitter-pea

90

2005


Daviesia cunderdin

Bitter-pea

Endangered

100


2007

Daviesia elongata

Bitter-pea

Vulnerable

73

2006


Daviesia euphorbioides

Bitter-pea

Endangered

83

2001



Daviesia intricata

Bitter-pea

61

2002


Daviesia lineata

Bitter-pea

100

2004


Daviesia microcarpa

Bitter-pea

Endangered

40

2004



Daviesia microphylla

Bitter-pea

62

2000


Daviesia nematophylla

Bitter-pea

67

2006


Daviesia oxylobium

Bitter-pea

94

2002


Daviesia pachyloma

Bitter-pea

83

2003


Daviesia purpurascens

Bitter-pea

51

2000


Daviesia rhizomata

Bitter-pea

100

2004


Daviesia rubiginosa

Bitter-pea

56

1999


Daviesia sarissa

Bitter-pea

89

2000


Daviesia smithiorum

Bitter-pea

100

2001


Daviesia spiralis

Bitter-pea

71

2006


Page 28 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


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