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This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Myrtaceae



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This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Myrtaceae.

Nymphaeales

Hydatellaceae

Hydatellid Herbs

(4 out of 9 species in Australia)

Hydatella leptogyne

Few Flowered Hydatella

Endangered

100

1998


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Hydatellaceae.

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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

Poales

Centrolepidaceae

Centrolepid Sedges

(16 out of 30 species in Australia)

Centrolepis caespitosa

Matted Centrolepis

Endangered

7

1991


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Centrolepidaceae.

Cyperaceae

Sedges

(101 out of 731 species in Australia)

Caustis 


  sp. boyanup

100


2002

Eleocharis keigheryi

Vulnerable

13

2000



Gahnia australis

55

2007



Lepidosperma benthamianum

60

2000



Lepidosperma bungalbin

100


2006

Lepidosperma ferricola

100

2006


Lepidosperma ferriculmen

100


2007

Lepidosperma jacksonense

100

2007


Lepidosperma lyonsii

67

1999



Lepidosperma 

  sp. k boorabbin

67

2002


Lepidosperma 

  sp. p1 small head

62

2002


Schoenus calcatus

97

2002



Schoenus 

  sp. boorabbin

100

2002


Schoenus 

  sp. kulin

50

2002


Schoenus 

  sp. smooth culms

100

2002


Tetraria australiensis

Vulnerable

12

1994


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Cyperaceae.

Poaceae

Grasses

(100 out of 1057 species in Australia)

Austrodanthonia 

  sp. goomalling

50

2002



Austrostipa geoffreyi

100


2002

Neurachne annularis

83

2004


Spartochloa scirpoidea

60

2007



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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

Restionaceae

Restiona Sedges

(34 out of 146 species in Australia)

Chordifex chaunocoleus

Vulnerable

33

2003



Desmocladus myriocladus

51

2007



Hopkinsia anoectocolea

60

2003



Kulinia eludens

82

2002



Lepidobolus spiralis

75

1986



Loxocarya albipes

100


1999

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Restionaceae.

Page 37 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

Proteales

Proteaceae

Banksias, Grevilleas 

and Allies

(381 out of 1147 species in Australia)

Adenanthos argyreus

Woollybush

93

2007



Adenanthos glabrescens

Woollybush

54

2002


Banksia audax

Banksia


94

2002


Banksia cuneata

Matchstick Banksia

Endangered

73

2003



Banksia elderiana

Banksia


50

2002


Banksia lullfitzii

Banksia


50

1988


Conospermum amoenum

Smoke-bush

54

1995


Conospermum brownii

Smoke-bush

79

2002


Conospermum croniniae

Smoke-bush

70

1999


Conospermum eatoniae

Smoke-bush

81

2000


Conospermum ephedroides

Smoke-bush

85

2003


Conospermum galeatum

Smoke-bush

100

1998


Dryandra 37

Dryandra


100

1977


Dryandra arborea

Dryandra


61

2002


Dryandra aurantia

Dryandra


Endangered

11

1998



Dryandra comosa

Dryandra


100

2007


Dryandra epimicta

Dryandra


100

2007


Dryandra erythrocephala

Dryandra


80

2006


Dryandra fasciculata

Dryandra


52

1999


Dryandra ferruginea

Dryandra


75

2006


Dryandra horrida

Dryandra


100

2002


Dryandra idiogenes

Dryandra


100

2001


Dryandra octotriginta

Dryandra


55

2002


Dryandra pallida

Dryandra


78

2002


Dryandra pulchella

Wongan Dryandra

100

2007


Dryandra purdieana

Dryandra


84

2006


Dryandra shanklandiorum

Dryandra


89

1999


Dryandra vestita

Dryandra


62

2007


Dryandra viscida

Dryandra


86

2007


Dryandra wonganensis

Dryandra


100

2007


Dryandra xylothemelia

Dryandra


89

2003


Grevillea armigera

Grevillea

72

1999


Grevillea asteriscosa

Grevillea

78

2001


Grevillea beardiana

Grevillea

52

2003


Grevillea cagiana

Grevillea

76

2007


Grevillea ceratocarpa

Grevillea

89

1999


Grevillea cheilocarpa

Grevillea

100

1999


Grevillea christineae

Grevillea

Endangered

17

2007



Grevillea decipiens

Grevillea

73

2005


Grevillea disjuncta

Grevillea

53

2002


Grevillea dissecta

Grevillea

100

1991


Grevillea dryandroides

Phalanx Grevillea

94

2007


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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

Grevillea eremophila

Grevillea

67

2007



Grevillea eriobotrya

Woolly Cluster Grevillea

74

2003


Grevillea eryngioides

Grevillea

68

2000


Grevillea excelsior

Grevillea

70

2002


Grevillea flexuosa

Zig Zag Grevillea

Vulnerable

17

1976



Grevillea haplantha

Grevillea

56

1991


Grevillea hookeriana

Grevillea

74

2004


Grevillea incrassata

Grevillea

50

2002


Grevillea insignis

Grevillea

76

2004


Grevillea integrifolia

Grevillea

77

2006


Grevillea involucrata

Grevillea

Endangered

100


2000

Grevillea kenneallyi

Grevillea

86

2003



Grevillea lissopleura

Grevillea

100

1999


Grevillea marriottii

Grevillea

100

2001


Grevillea minutiflora

Grevillea

100

2006


Grevillea nana

Grevillea

58

2002


Grevillea newbeyi

Grevillea

50

2003


Grevillea paniculata

Grevillea

74

2006


Grevillea paradoxa

Grevillea

63

2007


Grevillea pilosa

Grevillea

86

2002


Grevillea prostrata

Grevillea

82

2006


Grevillea pythara

Grevillea

Endangered

40

1995



Grevillea roycei

Grevillea

100

2006


Grevillea scapigera

Corrigin Grevillea

Endangered

100


2003

Grevillea shuttleworthiana

Grevillea

55

2007



Grevillea spinosissima

Grevillea

83

2007


Grevillea teretifolia

Grevillea

53

2006


Grevillea tetrapleura

Grevillea

85

2003


Grevillea uncinulata

Grevillea

52

2003


Grevillea wittweri

Grevillea

71

2000


Grevillea xiphoidea

Grevillea

100

2002


Grevillea yorkrakinensis

Grevillea

81

2003


Grevillea zygoloba

Grevillea

62

2000


Hakea aculeata

Column Hakea

Vulnerable

100


2003

Hakea brachyptera

Hakea

57

1999



Hakea cygna

Hakea


62

2003


Hakea erecta

Hakea


74

2003


Hakea horrida

Hakea


75

2007


Hakea loranthifolia

Hakea


85

2006


Hakea meisneriana

Hakea


81

2003


Hakea multilineata

Hakea


58

2004


Hakea petiolaris

Hakea


61

2007


Hakea platysperma

Hakea


67

2006


Hakea rigida

Hakea


85

2005


Hakea scoparia

Hakea


64

2007


Hakea strumosa

Hakea


55

2003


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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

Hakea subsulcata

Hakea

69

2004



Isopogon gardneri

Isopogon


70

2002


Isopogon scabriusculus

Isopogon


76

2002


Isopogon villosus

Isopogon


74

2004


Persoonia brevirhachis

Persoonia

81

2003


Persoonia coriacea

Persoonia

70

2007


Persoonia hakeiformis

Persoonia

57

1993


Persoonia inconspicua

Persoonia

89

2000


Persoonia pungens

Persoonia

64

1995


Persoonia quinquenervis

Persoonia

71

2006


Persoonia saundersiana

Persoonia

87

2002


Petrophile arcuata

Petrophile

52

1997


Petrophile aspera

Petrophile

52

2002


Petrophile circinata

Petrophile

77

2004


Petrophile cyathiforma

Petrophile

63

2007


Petrophile glauca

Petrophile

66

2005


Petrophile merrallii

Petrophile

97

2002


Petrophile misturata

Petrophile

100

2002


Petrophile stricta

Petrophile

65

2005


Petrophile trifurcata

Petrophile

75

1998


Petrophile wonganensis

Petrophile

94

1999


Synaphea bifurcata

Synaphea


86

2002


Synaphea boyaginensis

Synaphea


50

2002


Synaphea canaliculata

Synaphea


83

2000


Synaphea cervifolia

Synaphea


90

2005


Synaphea constricta

Synaphea


57

2002


Synaphea flexuosa

Synaphea


75

2002


Synaphea interioris

Synaphea


60

2007


Synaphea parviflora

Synaphea


80

1999


Synaphea quartzitica

Synaphea


Endangered

17

Synaphea tamminensis



Synaphea

100


1971

Synaphea tripartita

Synaphea

93

2002



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Proteaceae.

Page 40 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

Sapindales

Rutaceae

Boronia, Correa, Citrus, 

Phebalium, Philotheca, 

Zieria and Allies

(73 out of 496 species in Australia)

Asterolasia grandiflora

Starbush

85

2005



Asterolasia nivea

Bindoon Starbush

Vulnerable

17

2005



Boronia acanthoclada

Boronia


67

1984


Boronia adamsiana

Barbalin Boronia

Vulnerable

63

2000



Boronia ericifolia

Boronia


77

2002


Boronia revoluta

Ironcaps Boronia

Endangered

100


2001

Boronia ternata

Boronia

67

2003



Boronia westringioides

Boronia


100

2004


Diplolaena velutina

Diplolaena

70

2003


Drummondita hassellii

Drummondita

75

2007


Drummondita wilsonii

Drummondita

50

1994


Phebalium ambiguum

Phebalium

77

2000


Phebalium brachycalyx

Phebalium

67

2000


Phebalium drummondii

Phebalium

91

1990


Phebalium filifolium

Phebalium

63

2007


Phebalium laevigatum

Phebalium

63

2002


Phebalium megaphyllum

Phebalium

74

2004


Phebalium microphyllum

Phebalium

57

2003


Phebalium tuberculosum

Phebalium

63

2006


Philotheca basistyla

White Flowered Philotheca

Endangered

100


1991

Philotheca coccinea

Philotheca

68

2004



Philotheca deserti

Philotheca

52

2004


Philotheca langei

Philotheca

100

1999


Philotheca wonganensis

Wongan Eriostemon

Endangered

33

2003



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Rutaceae.

Sapindaceae

Tamarind, Whitewood, 

Tuckeroo, Hop Bushes

(23 out of 222 species in Australia)

Dodonaea divaricata

Hop Bush

50

2007



Dodonaea larreoides

Hop Bush


51

2004


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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

Solanales

Solanaceae

Native Gooseberries, 

Wild Tomatos and 

Boxthorns

(30 out of 210 species in Australia)

Anthocercis sylvicola

Tailflower

58

Symonanthus aromaticus



Symonanthus

78

1999



Symonanthus bancroftii

Symonanthus

Endangered

67

1998



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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

Appendix 1

List of all families covered by 

the Australian Natural Heritage Assessment Tool

These families of plants and animals are included in NRM region summaries where they occur 

in the region.

The groups covered across Australia include:

 • all vertebrates 

    - i.e. mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs and fish (4,200 species)

 • 137 families of vascular plants (> 15,000 species) comprising the majority of Australia’s 

   named plant species

 • A range of invertebrate groups including:

   - numerous insect families (> 16,600 species)

   - all land snails (> 2,300 species)

   - selected spider families (> 1,100 species)

   - rotifers – aquatic wheel animals (> 700 species)

Vertebrate fauna

Actinopterygii

Ray-finned fish

Ambassidae

Chanda Perches, Glassfishes, Perchlets

Apogonidae

Big Eyes, Cardinal Fishes, Cardinalfishes, Gobbleguts, Soldier 

Ariidae

Fork-tailed Catfishes



Atherinidae

Hardyheads, Silversides, Whitebait

Batrachoididae

Bastard Stonefish, Frogfishes, Toadfishes

Belonidae

Long Toms, Longtoms, Needle Fishes, Needlefishes

Blenniidae

Blennies, Fangblennies, Rockshippers

Brachionichthyidae

Handfishes

Carangidae

Amberjacks, Jacks, Pilotfishes, Pompanos, Queenfishes, Run

Cepolidae

Bandfishes

Chanidae

Milkfish


Clinidae

Snake Blennies, Weedfishes

Clupeidae

Herrings, Menhadens, Pilchards, Sardines, Shads, Sprats

Cynoglossidae

Tongue Soles

Diodontidae

Burrfishes, Porcupinefishes

Eleotridae

Gudgeons, Sleepers

Elopidae

Ladyfish


Engraulidae

Anchovies

Enoplosidae

Oldwife


Ephippidae

Batfishes, Spadefishes

Galaxiidae

Galaxias, Salamanderfish

Gerreidae

Mojarras, Silver Biddies, Silver-bellies, Silverbellies, Silverbiddi

Gobiidae

Gobies


Gonorynchidae

Beaked Salmon, Beaked Sandfish, Ratfish

Hemiramphidae

Garfishes, Halfbeaks

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Biodiversity summary for Avon WA

Vertebrate fauna

Kuhliidae

Flagtails

Kurtidae


Nurseryfishes

Kyphosidae

Drummers, Halfmoons, Knifefishes, Microcanthids, Nibblers, S

Labridae


Wrasses, Parrotfishes, Rockwhitings

Leiognathidae

Pony Fishes, Ponyfishes, Slipmouths

Lutjanidae

Fusilers, Hussars, Snappers, Tropical Snappers

Megalopidae

Tarpons

Melanotaeniidae



Rainbowfishes

Microdesmidae

Dartfishes, Wormfishes

Monacanthidae

Leatherjackets

Mugilidae

Mullets

Muraenidae



Moray Eels

Ophichthidae

Snake Eels, Worm Eels

Osteoglossidae

Saratoga

Ostraciidae

Boxfishes, Coffer Fishes, Cowfishes, Trunkfishes, Turretfishes

Paralichthyidae

Sand Flounders

Percichthyidae

Australian Freshwater Basses, Australian Freshwater Blackfish

Platycephalidae

Flatheads

Pleuronectidae

Right Handed Flatfishes, Righteye Flounders

Plotosidae

Eel-Tailed Catfishes

Polynemidae

Tassel-fishes, Threadfin Salmons, Threadfins

Pomacentridae

Damselfishes

Pomatomidae

Bluefish, Tailor

Pristigasteridae

Ilishas, Pellonas, Pristigasterids

Pseudomugilidae

Blue Eyes, Blue-eyes

Retropinnidae

Southern Graylings, Southern Smelts

Scatophagidae

Butterfishes, Scats

Sciaenidae

Croakers, Drums, Jewfishes

Serranidae

Basslets, Perchlets, Rockcods, Wirrahs

Siganidae

Mi Mi, Rabbit Fish, Rabbitfishes, Spinefoot

Sillaginidae

Sillagos, Whitings

Soleidae


Soles

Sparidae


Breams, Porgies, Seabreams

Synbranchidae

One-gilled Eel, Swamp Eels

Syngnathidae

Pipefishes, Seahorses

Synodontidae

Lizardfishes

Terapontidae

Grunters

Tetraodontidae

Blowfishes, Pufferfishes, Puffers, Toadfishes, Tobys

Tetrarogidae

Fortesques, Sailback Scorpionfishes, Waspfish

Toxotidae

Archerfishes, Rifle Fish

Zanclidae

Moorish Idol


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