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Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Daviesia tortuosa

Bitter-pea

50

2002



Daviesia umbonata

Bitter-pea

58

2007


Daviesia uncinata

Bitter-pea

83

2004


Daviesia uniflora

Bitter-pea

85

2002


Erichsenia uncinata

Native Pea

79

2001


Eutaxia lasiocalyx

Bacon and Eggs

100

2003


Eutaxia lasiophylla

Bacon and Eggs

100

2000


Eutaxia leptophylla

Bacon and Eggs

62

2000


Eutaxia nanophylla

Bacon and Eggs

67

2004


Eutaxia rubricarina

Bacon and Eggs

100

2002


Eutaxia we blackwell 3276

Bacon and Eggs

100

2002


Gastrolobium aculeatum

Poison-pea

67

1999


Gastrolobium axillare

Scale-leaved Poison-pea

Vulnerable

3

Gastrolobium bennettsianum



Cluster Poison-pea

63

2004



Gastrolobium cruciatum

Poison-pea

62

2000


Gastrolobium cyanophyllum

Poison-pea

92

2005


Gastrolobium densifolium

Mallet Poison-pea

75

2005


Gastrolobium diabolophyllum

Devil-leaved Poison-pea

100

2001


Gastrolobium effusum

Poison-pea

100

2001


Gastrolobium euryphyllum

Poison-pea

100

1999


Gastrolobium floribundum

Wodjil Poison-pea

76

2002


Gastrolobium glaucum

Spike Poison-pea

Endangered

100


2006

Gastrolobium graniticum

Granite Poison-pea

Endangered

33

2004


Gastrolobium hamulosum

Hook-point Poison-pea

Endangered

50

2006



Gastrolobium hookeri

Hookers Poison-pea

60

2002


Gastrolobium melanocarpum

Poison-pea

54

2007


Gastrolobium obovatum

Poison-pea

58

2006


Gastrolobium parviflorum

Box Poison-pea

52

2007


Gastrolobium parvifolium

Berry Poison-pea

81

2007


Gastrolobium rhombifolium

Rhomboid-leaved Poison-pea

60

1999


Gastrolobium rigidum

Rigid Poison-pea

53

2002


Gastrolobium semiteres

Boorabbin Rock Poison-pea

78

1999


Gastrolobium spectabile

Roes Poison-pea

75

2006


Gastrolobium stowardii

Stowards Poison-pea

57

2007


Gastrolobium tenue

Poison-pea

100

2002


Gastrolobium trilobium

Bullock Poison-pea

52

2007


Gastrolobium wonganensis

Wongan Poison-pea

100

1999


Gompholobium gompholobioides

Wedge-pea

64

2005


Gompholobium obcordatum

Wedge-pea

87

2005


Gompholobium wonganense

Wedge-pea

100

2005


Isotropis juncea

Lamb-poison

57

2006


Jacksonia debilis

Dogwood


67

1993


Jacksonia epiphyllum

Dogwood


57

1991


Jacksonia fasciculata

Dogwood


54

2005


Jacksonia nematoclada

Dogwood


85

2003


Jacksonia quairading

Dogwood


Endangered

67

2000



Page 29 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

Jacksonia rubra

Dogwood

64

2007



Jacksonia tarinensis

Dogwood


80

1993


Labichea stellata

Cassia


92

1999


Leptosema cervicorne

Bush-pea


69

1997


Mirbelia magentea

Magenta Mirbelia

100

2005


Mirbelia multicaulis

Mirbelia


57

2005


Mirbelia taxifolia

Mirbelia


50

1999


Muelleranthus crenulatus

Crenulated Sand Pea

100

1998


Otion tortile

Native Pea

100

2005


Pultenaea daena

Bacon and Eggs

57

2000


Pultenaea pauciflora

Narrogin Pea

Vulnerable

33

2002



Templetonia smithiana

Smiths Mallee-pea

73

2007


Urodon dasyphyllus

Native Pea

70

2005


Urodon 

  sp. narkal

Native Pea

100


1990

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Fabaceae.

Fagales

Casuarinaceae

She-oaks

(22 out of 69 species in Australia)

Allocasuarina acutivalvis

She-oak

50

2004



Allocasuarina corniculata

She-oak


60

2003


Allocasuarina fibrosa

She-oak


Vulnerable

89

2007



Allocasuarina pinaster

Compass Bush

78

2005


Allocasuarina spinosissima

She-oak


69

2002


Allocasuarina tortiramula

Twisted She-oak

Vulnerable

44

2005



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Casuarinaceae.

Lamiales

Phrymaceae

(4 out of 21 species in Australia)

Glossostigma trichodes

67

1977


This region rates highly for endemism of Phrymaceae.

Scrophulariaceae

Figworts

(2 out of 99 species in Australia)

Eremophila resinosa

Resinous Eremophila

Endangered

44

2007


Liliales

Colchicaceae

Nancies and Allies

(12 out of 48 species in Australia)

Wurmbea graniticola

Granite Nancy

84

2002



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Colchicaceae.

Page 30 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

Malpighiales

Euphorbiaceae

Spurges

(25 out of 315 species in Australia)

Beyeria calycina

67

1971


Beyeria minor

100


2005

Beyeria sulcata

72

2005


Ricinocarpos brevis

60

2003



Stachystemon brachyphyllus

50

2007



Malvales

Sterculiaceae

Kurrajongs and 

Bottletrees

(68 out of 273 species in Australia)

Commersonia stowardii

55

1989


Guichenotia asteriskos

88

2004



Guichenotia glandulosa

100


2004

Guichenotia impudica

55

2003


Guichenotia seorsiflora

100


2006

Lasiopetalum ferraricollinum

100

2002


Lasiopetalum microcardium

53

2002



Lasiopetalum molle

Soft-leaved Lasiopetalum

57

2006


Lasiopetalum rotundifolium

Endangered

83

2004


Lysiosepalum abollatum

100


2006

Lysiosepalum hexandrum

68

2000


Lysiosepalum rugosum

Wrinkled Leaf Lysiosepalum

53

1999


Rulingia cuneata

53

2006



Thomasia glabripetala

Vulnerable

100

2006


Thomasia montana

Hill Thomasia

Vulnerable

88

2006



Thomasia rugosa

Wrinkled leaf Thomasia

72

2000


Thomasia sarotes

50

2003



Thomasia tenuivestita

79

2006



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Sterculiaceae.

Thymelaeaceae

Pimeleas

(28 out of 110 species in Australia)

Pimelea aeruginosa

Rice Flower

55

2006



Pimelea graniticola

Rice Flower

60

1996


Pimelea pelinos

Rice Flower

50

1997


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Thymelaeaceae.

Page 31 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

Myrtales

Myrtaceae

Native Myrtles

(576 out of 2211 species in Australia)

Astartea clavifolia

False Baeckea

80

2004



Astartea heteranthera

False Baeckea

53

2007


Astartea 

  sp. bungalbin hill

False Baeckea

100


1997

Astus subroseus

Myrtle

55

2003



Baeckea ambigua

Baeckea


100

1997


Baeckea crispiflora

Baeckea


53

2007


Baeckea cryptonoma

Baeckea


100

2002


Baeckea grandibracteata

Baeckea


77

2004


Baeckea muricata

Baeckea


76

2004


Baeckea ochropetala

Baeckea


50

2000


Baeckea preissiana

Baeckea


51

2007


Baeckea rosea

Baeckea


100

2002


Baeckea 

  sp. baladjie

Baeckea

100


1995

Baeckea 


  sp. boorabbin

Baeckea


50

1961


Baeckea 

  sp. bungalbin hill

Baeckea

100


2000

Baeckea 


  sp. die hardy range

Baeckea


100

1990


Baeckea 

  sp. elsewhere road

Baeckea

100


1988

Baeckea 


  sp. hyden

Baeckea


50

2002


Baeckea 

  sp. tammin

Baeckea

100


1976

Baeckea tenuiramea

Baeckea

90

2004



Baeckea thymoides

Baeckea


50

1983


Balaustion pulcherrimum

Myrtle


86

2005


Beaufortia incana

Beaufortia

55

2005


Beaufortia interstans

Beaufortia

60

2005


Beaufortia orbifolia

Beaufortia

77

2002


Calothamnus brevifolius

Net-bush


88

2004


Calytrix breviseta

Star flower

75

2007


Calytrix habrantha

Star flower

60

2000


Calytrix jingaring 

  (obbens, davis & sage lws

Star flower

100


Calytrix merrelliana

Star flower

100

1997


Calytrix nematoclada

Star flower

54

2006


Calytrix oncophylla

Star flower

75

1990


Calytrix parvivallis

Star flower

100

1996


Calytrix violacea

Star flower

95

2005


Chamelaucium gingin(marchant)

Waxflower

Vulnerable

33

Chamelaucium halophilum



Waxflower

75

1989



Page 32 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

Chamelaucium naviculum

Waxflower

96

2002



Chamelaucium pauciflorum

Waxflower

69

2002


Chamelaucium virgatum

Waxflower

80

2000


Darwinia acerosa

Mountain bell

Endangered

10

1983



Darwinia apiculata

Mountain bell

Endangered

33

Darwinia halophila



Mountain bell

71

2000



Darwinia heterandra

Mountain bell

67

1992


Darwinia 

  sp. bendering

Mountain bell

100


Darwinia 

  sp. chiddarcooping

Mountain bell

100


1993

Darwinia 

  sp. morawa

Mountain bell

67

Enekbatus clavifolius



Myrtle

100


2002

Eucalyptus aequioperta

Eucalypt

83

2006



Eucalyptus albida

White leaved Mallee

56

2007


Eucalyptus argutifolia

Wabling Hill Mallee

Vulnerable

7

Eucalyptus argyphea



Eucalypt

56

2007



Eucalyptus brevipes

Mukinbudin Mallee

Endangered

92

2006



Eucalyptus burracoppinensis

Burracoppin Mallee

97

2004


Eucalyptus caesia

Gungunnu


85

2002


Eucalyptus capillosa

Wheatbelt Wandoo

86

2006


Eucalyptus cerasiformis

Cherry fruited Mallee

Vulnerable

9

1987



Eucalyptus ceratocorys

Mallee


54

2003


Eucalyptus comitae-vallis

Comet Vale Marlock

67

2000


Eucalyptus corrugata

Rib fruited Mallee

85

2006


Eucalyptus crucis

Silver Mallee

87

2005


Eucalyptus deflexa

Lake King Mallee

58

2004


Eucalyptus depauperata

Eucalypt


52

2007


Eucalyptus dissimulata

Red capped Mallee

52

2007


Eucalyptus erythronema

Red-flowered Mallee

81

2003


Eucalyptus exigua

Eucalypt


76

2003


Eucalyptus incerata

Mount Bremer Mallee

55

2007


Eucalyptus kondininensis

Black Yate

88

2007


Eucalyptus microschema

Eucalypt


79

2002


Eucalyptus mimica

Eucalypt


96

2002


Eucalyptus moderata

Eucalypt


51

2007


Eucalyptus myriadena

Eucalypt


72

2007


Eucalyptus neutra

Eucalypt


59

2007


Eucalyptus olivina

Eucalypt


62

2007


Eucalyptus ornata

Silver Mallet

100

2007


Eucalyptus plenissima

Oil Mallee

50

1988


Eucalyptus pruiniramis

Jingymia Gum

Endangered

8

2007



Eucalyptus recta

Eucalypt


80

2007


Eucalyptus rugulata

Silver Mallet

100

2001


Eucalyptus salmonophloia

Salmon Gum

64

2007


Page 33 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

Eucalyptus salubris

Gimlet Gum

55

2007



Eucalyptus sargentii

Salt River Gum

75

2006


Eucalyptus sheathiana

Ribbon Bark Mallee

74

2007


Eucalyptus singularis

Eucalypt


65

2007


Eucalyptus spathulata

Swamp Mallet

56

2002


Eucalyptus steedmanii

Steedmans Mallet

Vulnerable

92

2006



Eucalyptus stowardii

Fluted Horn Mallee

53

2002


Eucalyptus subangusta

Eucalypt


54

2007


Eucalyptus synandra

Jingymia Mallee

Vulnerable

15

2005



Eucalyptus tenera

Eucalypt


77

2007


Eucalyptus tephroclada

Eucalypt


90

2004


Eucalyptus wubinensis

Eucalypt


58

2006


Eucalyptus yilgarnensis

Yorrell


57

2006


Euryomyrtus leptospermoides

Euryomyrtus

92

2005


Homalocalyx pulcherrimus

Myrtle


80

1997


Hypocalymma puniceum

Myrtle


85

2003


Hypocalymma uncinatum

Myrtle


100

2002


Kunzea pulchella

Kunzea


61

2005


Leptospermum inelegans

Tea tree


66

2005


Leptospermum nitens

Tea tree


66

2005


Leptospermum roei

Tea tree


86

2007


Malleostemon 

  sp. adelong (gj keighery 11825)

Myrtle

100


Melaleuca adenostyla

Honey-myrtle

80

2003


Melaleuca agathosmoides

Honey-myrtle

100

2007


Melaleuca arenaria

Honey-myrtle

100

1993


Melaleuca atroviridis

Honey-myrtle

55

2007


Melaleuca brophyi

Honey-myrtle

51

2005


Melaleuca calyptroides

Honey-myrtle

53

2005


Melaleuca condylosa

Honey-myrtle

90

2007


Melaleuca conothamnoides

Honey-myrtle

50

2006


Melaleuca cordata

Honey-myrtle

52

2007


Melaleuca ctenoides

Honey-myrtle

84

2006


Melaleuca cuneata

Honey-myrtle

100

1993


Melaleuca depauperata

Honey-myrtle

61

2005


Melaleuca eurystoma

Honey-myrtle

76

2007


Melaleuca grieveana

Honey-myrtle

88

2002


Melaleuca haplantha

Honey-myrtle

58

2007


Melaleuca holosericea

Honey-myrtle

50

2004


Melaleuca laxiflora

Honey-myrtle

77

2007


Melaleuca lecanantha

Honey-myrtle

60

2000


Melaleuca leptospermoides

Honey-myrtle

83

2007


Melaleuca macronychia

Honey-myrtle

78

2006


Melaleuca manglesii

Honey-myrtle

89

2006


Melaleuca orbicularis

Honey-myrtle

58

2006


Melaleuca phoidophylla

Honey-myrtle

65

2003


Page 34 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

Melaleuca procera

Honey-myrtle

71

2007



Melaleuca pungens

Honey-myrtle

60

2005


Melaleuca sciotostyla

Honey-myrtle

Endangered

100


2007

Melaleuca sculponeata

Honey-myrtle

67

2004



Melaleuca spicigera

Honey-myrtle

72

2007


Melaleuca wonganensis

Honey-myrtle

100

2006


Micromyrtus erichsenii

Myrtle


74

2004


Micromyrtus obovata

Myrtle


81

2004


Rinzia affinis

Myrtle


75

2005


Rinzia carnosa

Myrtle


67

2005


Rinzia crassifolia

Myrtle


62

2005


Scholtzia drummondii

Myrtle


74

2002


Thryptomene kochii

Myrtle


75

2005


Thryptomene salina

Myrtle


100

1981


Verticordia brachypoda

Featherflower

54

2005


Verticordia eriocephala

Featherflower

54

2003


Verticordia gracilis

Featherflower

100

2004


Verticordia halophila

Featherflower

50

2004


Verticordia hughanii

Featherflower

Endangered

100


1999

Verticordia humilis

Featherflower

50

2004



Verticordia integra

Featherflower

96

2004


Verticordia mitchelliana

Featherflower

56

2003


Verticordia mitodes

Featherflower

100

2002


Verticordia multiflora

Featherflower

59

2002


Verticordia plumosa

Featherflower

Endangered

11

2003



Verticordia pritzelii

Featherflower

83

2004


Verticordia pulchella

Featherflower

82

1990


Verticordia roei

Featherflower

66

2006


Verticordia serrata

Featherflower

60

2003


Verticordia staminosa

Featherflower

100

2003


Verticordia stenopetala

Featherflower

75

2001


Verticordia tumida

Featherflower

88

2006


Verticordia wonganensis

Featherflower

75

2001


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pages -> Appendix b – additional information about the ecological community
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