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This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Colletidae



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This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Colletidae.

Formicidae

Ants

(82 out of 1944 species in Australia)

Colobostruma papulata

100

1969


Dolichoderus occidentalis

100


Iridomyrmex innocens

60

2001



Iridomyrmex longisoma

67

1992



Myrmecia acuta

50

1970



Myrmecia michaelseni

73

1985



Myrmecia occidentalis

50

1970



Myrmecia picticeps

100


Nebothriomyrmex majeri

67

2001



Rhytidoponera anceps denmark

100


1969

Rhytidoponera inornata

58

1986


This region rates highly for endemism of Formicidae.

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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 South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Halictidae

(54 out of 438 species in Australia)

Lasioglossum blandulum

100

Lasioglossum caesium



60

1983


Lasioglossum cte-sp4

50

1989



Lasioglossum karlarra

100


1970

Lasioglossum nitens

71

1989


Lasioglossum reticulatum

100


1970

Lasioglossum seriatum

67

1989


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Halictidae.

Lepidoptera

Lycaenidae

Blues, Coppers, 

Hairstreaks and 

Metalmarks

(17 out of 145 species in Australia)

Theclinesthes hesperia

Western Bitter-bush Blue

54

1994



Ploimida

Lecanidae

Shelled Wheel Animal

(3 out of 78 species in Australia)

Lecane noobijupi

Shelled Wheel Animal

100


Scaridiidae

Wheel Animals

(1 out of 4 species in Australia)

Scaridium novae

Lake Pleasant Wheel Animal

100


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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 South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Vascular flora

Asparagales

Asparagaceae

(26 out of 177 species in Australia)

Chamaescilla spiralis

Blue Stars

65

1988



Laxmannia brachyphylla

Stilted Paper-Lily

100

2002


Laxmannia minor

Paper-Lily

76

1996


Thysanotus brachiatus

Fringed Lily

88

1986


Thysanotus gageoides

Fringed Lily

75

2006


Thysanotus glaucifolius

Fringed Lily

79

1993


Thysanotus parviflorus

Fringed Lily

72

2004


Boryaceae

Pincushion Lillies

(5 out of 14 species in Australia)

Borya nitida

Pincushion-Lily

61

2004



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Boryaceae.

Hemerocallidaceae

(19 out of 79 species in Australia)

Johnsonia acaulis

Native Lily

59

2005



Johnsonia teretifolia

Hooded Lily

100

2000


Stawellia gymnocephala

Stilt-lily

85

2002


Tricoryne 

  sp. south coast

75

1997


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of 

Hemerocallidaceae.

Iridaceae

Irises and Allies

(16 out of 28 species in Australia)

Orthrosanthus muelleri

Native South Stirling Morning Iris

Endangered

100

2006


Patersonia inaequalis

Native Flag

100

2001


Patersonia lanata

Native Flag

100

2004


Patersonia limbata

Native Flag

56

1996


Patersonia maxwellii

Maxwells Flag

69

1997


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Iridaceae.

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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 South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Orchidaceae

Orchids

(244 out of 1248 species in Australia)

Anzybas abditus

Swamp Helmet Orchid

50

1985



Arachnorchis applanata

Spider Orchid

67

2000


Arachnorchis arrecta

Spider Orchid

Vulnerable

18

2005



Arachnorchis bryceana

Spider Orchid

50

1996


Arachnorchis christineae

Christine's Spider Orchid

Vulnerable

41

2005



Arachnorchis cruscula

Spider Orchid

54

2001


Arachnorchis decora

Spider Orchid

79

2001


Arachnorchis ensata

Spider Orchid

74

2001


Arachnorchis exstans

Spider Orchid

80

1998


Arachnorchis graminifolia

Spider Orchid

86

2006


Arachnorchis granitora

Spider Orchid

100

1999


Arachnorchis heberleana

Spider Orchid

86

2006


Arachnorchis huegelii

Spider Orchid

Endangered

26

1995



Arachnorchis lobata

Butterfly Orchid

68

2001


Arachnorchis pectinata

King Spider-orchid

65

2004


Arachnorchis plicata

Crab-lipped Spider Orchid

73

2005


Caladenia lurata

100


1993

Calochilus aff. saprophyticus

100

Chiloterus cucullatus



Leek Orchid

75

2004



Chiloterus gibbosus

Hooded Leek Orchid

59

2002


Corysanthes limpida

Crystal Helmet Orchid

Vulnerable

100


2006

Cyanicula aperta

Orchid

57

2006



Cyrtostylis tenuissima

Dwarf Gnat Orchid

64

2006


Diuris aff. longifolia

50

2003



Diuris concinna

93

2006



Diuris conspicillata

100


2003

Diuris drummondii

Tall Donkey Orchid

Vulnerable

30

2000


Diuris emarginata

61

2003



Diuris laevis

Nanny Goat Orchid

79

2003


Diuris pauciflora

67

2005



Diuris pulchella

50

2006



Drakaea confluens

Endangered

50

2000


Drakaea elastica

Hammer Orchid

Endangered

10

1980



Drakaea thynniphila

51

2003



Epiblema grandiflorum

Babe-in-a-cradle

52

2002


Eriochilus valens

50

1989



Jonesiopsis brevisura

77

2004



Jonesiopsis cairnsiana

Zebra Orchid

54

2004


Jonesiopsis dorrienii

Cossack Spider Orchid

Endangered

40

1990



Jonesiopsis erythrochila

50

2002



Jonesiopsis fuscolutescens

Spider Orchid

100

1999


Jonesiopsis horistes

Orchid


53

2006


Jonesiopsis multiclavia

Lazy Spider-orchid

61

2003


Jonesiopsis polychroma

Orchid


52

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 South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Linguella aff. nana 19

100

1985


Linguella aff. nana 4

50

1996



Microtis brownii

52

2005



Microtis globula

South-Coast Mignonette Orchid

Vulnerable

50

1997



Microtis pulchella

59

1995



Oligochaetochilus leptochilus

75

2006



Paracaleana disjuncta

Duck Orchid

70

2000


Praecoxanthus aphyllus

Leafless Orchid

56

2006


Prasophyllum lanceolatum

Brown Leek Orchid

100

1988


Prasophyllum odoratissimum

Leek Orchid

53

2001


Prasophyllum paulinae

Leek Orchid

100

1995


Prasophyllum triangulare

Dark Leek Orchid

50

1995


Pterostylis 

  sp. small stature

Greenhood

100


2002

Rhizanthella gardneri

Western Underground Orchid

Endangered

57

2002


Thelymitra canaliculata

Blue Sun Orchid

61

2002


Thelymitra cornicina

Lilac Sun Orchid

58

2002


Thelymitra cucullata

Swamp Sun Orchid

79

2004


Thelymitra granitora

Sun Orchid

56

2001


Thelymitra occidentalis

Sun Orchid

76

2004


Thelymitra psammophila

Sandplain Sun Orchid

Vulnerable

100


2002

Thelymitra tigrina

Tiger Orchid

61

2002



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Orchidaceae.

Page 25 of  73

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 South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Asterales

Asteraceae

Daisies and Allies

(158 out of 1019 species in Australia)

Argentipallium niveum

Everlasting

70

2003



Argentipallium tephrodes

Everlasting

85

2005


Asteridea nivea

Native Daisy

61

2003


Olearia imbricata

Daisy Bush

88

2001


Ozothamnus blackallii

Blackall Everlasting

50

1992


Ozothamnus lepidophyllus

Everlasting

61

2006


Senecio multicaulis

Senecio


62

2003


Menyanthaceae

Marshwort

(7 out of 29 species in Australia)

Villarsia calthifolia

Mountain Villarsia

Endangered

100

2006


Villarsia parnassiifolia

Marshwort

52

2004


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Menyanthaceae.

Page 26 of  73

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 South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Stylidiaceae

Triggerplants and Allies

(101 out of 293 species in Australia)

Levenhookia pauciflora

Deceptive Stylewort

56

2006



Levenhookia pulcherrima

Beautiful Stylewort

73

1997


Stylidium acuminatum

50

Stylidium albomontis



100

2006


Stylidium articulatum

Stout Triggerplant

100

2004


Stylidium assimile

Bronze-leaved Triggerplant

64

2005


Stylidium bellum

100


2005

Stylidium breviscapum

Boomerang Triggerplant

56

2006



Stylidium caespitosum

Fly-away Triggerplant

54

2004


Stylidium clavatum

100


2003

Stylidium corymbosum

100

2006


Stylidium daphne

100


2005

Stylidium diademum

78

2004


Stylidium diplectroglossum

86

2004



Stylidium edentatum

100


2006

Stylidium falcatum

Slender Beaked Triggerplant

60

1999



Stylidium galioides

Yellow Mountain Triggerplant

Vulnerable

100


2003

Stylidium glandulosissimum

100

2004


Stylidium glandulosum

Bushy Triggerplant

80

1995


Stylidium glaucifolium

52

2005



Stylidium gloeophyllum

86

2004



Stylidium hirsutum

Hairy Triggerplant

82

2004


Stylidium imbricatum

Tile Leaved Triggerplant

100

2003


Stylidium insensitivum

85

2005



Stylidium keigheryi

100


2005

Stylidium lepidum

Redcaps

50

2003



Stylidium luteum

Yellow Triggerplant

92

2004


Stylidium macranthum

Crab Claws

76

2006


Stylidium nymphaeum

100


Stylidium pilosum

Silky Triggerplant

77

2003


Stylidium pingrupense

78

2003



Stylidium planirosulum

57

2004



Stylidium plantagineum

Plantagenet Triggerplant

65

2003


Stylidium preissii

Lizard Triggerplant

76

2004


Stylidium pritzelianum

Royal Triggerplant

92

2004


Stylidium pseudohirsutum

86

2003



Stylidium pygmaeum

Pygmy Triggerplant

65

1999


Stylidium roseonanum

64

1997



Stylidium rosulatum

100


2002

Stylidium rupestre

Rock Triggerplant

93

2005



Stylidium scandens

Climbing Triggerplant

53

2007


Stylidium spathulatum

Creamy Triggerplant

55

2004


Stylidium spinulosum

Topsy-turvy Triggerplant

90

2004


Stylidium squamosotuberosum

Fleshy-rhizomed Trigger Plant

57

2004


Page 27 of  73

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 South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Stylidium tenue

60

2003


Stylidium thryonides

100


Stylidium turleyae

72

2006



Stylidium tylosum

67

1991



Stylidium verticillatum

Pink Mountain Triggerplant

100

2005


Stylidium violaceum

Violet Triggerplant

62

2004


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Stylidiaceae.

Caryophyllales

Amaranthaceae

Pigweed

(16 out of 157 species in Australia)

Ptilotus caespitulosus

Ptilotus

71

Chenopodiaceae



Saltbushes and Allies

(56 out of 291 species in Australia)

Tegicornia uniflora

Mat Samphire

85

2006



Droseraceae

Sundews

(51 out of 117 species in Australia)

Drosera bicolor

Sundew

100


2006

Drosera dichrosepala

Rusty Sundew

91

2004



Drosera erythrogyne

Sundew


67

2003


Drosera fimbriata

Manypeaks Sundew

Vulnerable

87

2005



Drosera huegelii

Bold Sundew

67

2005


Drosera lasiantha

Sundew


100

2000


Drosera modesta

Modest Rainbow

58

1997


Drosera monticola

Sundew


100

1994


Drosera platypoda

Fan-leaved Sundew

76

1997


Drosera prostratoscaposa

Sundew


100

1990


Drosera purpurascens

Sundew


68

2001


Drosera roseana

Sundew


71

1999


Drosera sargentii

Sundew


67

1990


Drosera scorpioides

Shaggy Sundew

81

2006


Drosera sulphurea

Sulphur Flowered Sundew

50

2006


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Droseraceae.

Portulacaceae

Purslane

(10 out of 73 species in Australia)

Calandrinia porifera

Purslane

58

Page 28 of  73



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 South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Commelinales

Haemodoraceae

Bloodroots, Conostyles, 

Kangaroo Paws and 

their Allies

(41 out of 92 species in Australia)

Anigozanthos gabrielae

Dwarf Kangaroo Paw

100


1998

Anigozanthos onycis

South Stirling Kangaroo Paw

100


1990

Anigozanthos preissii

Kangaroo Paw

85

2006



Anigozanthos rufus

Red Kangaroo Paw

81

2005


Conostylis bealiana

Beals Conostylis

68

2006


Conostylis breviscapa

Conostylis

96

2002


Conostylis deplexa

Conostylis

100

1984


Conostylis drummondii

Drumonds Conostylis

Endangered

10

Conostylis lepidospermoides



Conostylis

Endangered

17

2002


Conostylis misera

Grass Conostylis

Endangered

100


2001

Conostylis phathyrantha

Conostylis

57

2000



Conostylis rogeri

Conostylis

Vulnerable

43

Conostylis seorsiflora



Conostylis

81

2003



Conostylis vaginata

Sheath Cottonhead

96

2004


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Haemodoraceae.

Cycadales

Zamiaceae

Native Cycads

(3 out of 44 species in Australia)

Macrozamia dyeri

Cycad

86

1995



Page 29 of  73

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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