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Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA



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Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Dilleniales

Dilleniaceae

Guinea Flowers

(58 out of 253 species in Australia)

Hibbertia acrotrichion

100

2001


Hibbertia andrewsiana

76

2001



Hibbertia depressa

95

2006



Hibbertia fitzgeraldensis

100


2006

Hibbertia furfuracea

59

2003


Hibbertia gracilipes

67

2005



Hibbertia hamata

75

2000



Hibbertia hamulosa

100


2001

Hibbertia lineata

71

2001


Hibbertia microphylla

68

2004



Hibbertia mucronata

95

2004



Hibbertia oligantha

89

2001



Hibbertia papillata

100


2001

Hibbertia porongurupensis

100

2004


Hibbertia priceana

100


2006

Hibbertia psilocarpa

67

2004


Hibbertia pulchra

57

1998



Hibbertia recurvifolia

75

2004



Hibbertia selkii

100


1988

Hibbertia turleyana

100

2005


Hibbertia ulicifolia

89

2003



Hibbertia verrucosa

53

2002



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Dilleniaceae.

Page 30 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

Ericales

Epacridaceae

Southern Heaths

(165 out of 458 species in Australia)

Acrotriche dura

Ground-Berry

100


2006

Acrotriche plurilocularis

Ground-berry

100


2005

Acrotriche ramiflora

Ground-berry

86

2005



Andersonia auriculata

Rice-flower

70

2007


Andersonia axilliflora

Giant Andersonia

Endangered

100


2003

Andersonia caerulea

Foxtails

50

2006



Andersonia depressa

Rice-flower

100

2005


Andersonia echinocephala

Rice-flower

100

2006


Andersonia grandiflora

Red Andersonia

100

2002


Andersonia macranthera

Rice-flower

77

2006


Andersonia parvifolia

Rice-flower

77

2006


Andersonia pinaster

Rice-flower

Vulnerable

100


2005

Andersonia setifolia

Rice-flower

64

1998



Andersonia simplex

Spiked Andersonia

95

2003


Andersonia sprengelioides

Rice-flower

64

2004


Astroloma baxteri

Baxters Cranberry

89

2003


Astroloma microphyllum

Native Cranberry

78

2006


Astroloma prostratum

Native Cranberry

77

2003


Astroloma 

  sp. fitzgerald

Fiztgerald Cranberry

100


Astroloma tectum

Native Cranberry

86

2003


Coleanthera coelophylla

Heath


67

Coleanthera myrtoides

Heath

56

2005



Conostephium marchantiorum

Pearl Flower

92

2006


Conostephium uncinatum

Pearl Flower

62

2006


Cosmelia rubra

Spindle-heath

60

2004


Leucopogon acicularis

Beard-heath

100

2006


Leucopogon alternifolius

Beard-heath

50

1995


Leucopogon assimilis

Beard-heath

65

2006


Leucopogon atherolepis

Beard-heath

86

2003


Leucopogon blepharolepis

Beard-heath

92

2003


Leucopogon bossiaea

Beard-heath

57

2007


Leucopogon carinatus

Beard-heath

75

2006


Leucopogon compactus

Beard-heath

70

2003


Leucopogon concinnus

Beard-heath

62

2005


Leucopogon corifolius

Beard-heath

75

1991


Leucopogon corynocarpus

Beard-heath

82

2003


Leucopogon crassifolius

Beard-heath

67

2004


Leucopogon cucullatus

Beard-heath

84

2005


Leucopogon decussatus

Beard-heath

100

1986


Leucopogon denticulatus

Beard-heath

100

2006


Leucopogon distans

Beard-heath

69

2005


Leucopogon elatior

Beard-heath

68

2004


Page 31 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

Leucopogon elegans

Beard-heath

90

2006



Leucopogon flavescens

Beard-heath

94

2006


Leucopogon florulentus

Beard-heath

75

2005


Leucopogon gibbosus

Beard-heath

95

2005


Leucopogon gilbertii

Gilberts Beard-heath

50

2004


Leucopogon gracilis

Beard-heath

100

2006


Leucopogon infuscatus

Beard-heath

100

2005


Leucopogon lasiophyllus

Beard-heath

100

2006


Leucopogon lasiostachyus

Beard-heath

100

2005


Leucopogon marginatus

Thick-margined Beard-heath

Endangered

5

1984



Leucopogon multiflorus

Beard-heath

50

1999


Leucopogon obovatus

Beard-heath

75

2006


Leucopogon obtusatus

Beard-heath

51

2006


Leucopogon opponens

Beard-heath

95

2006


Leucopogon oppositifolius

Beard-heath

81

2006


Leucopogon ovalifolius

Oval-leaved Beard-heath

76

2003


Leucopogon pleurandroides

Beard-heath

83

2003


Leucopogon pogonocalyx

Beard-heath

73

2006


Leucopogon polystachyus

Beard-heath

56

2006


Leucopogon reflexus

Beard-heath

69

2005


Leucopogon revolutus

Beard-heath

66

2005


Leucopogon rotundifolius

Round-leaved Beard-heath

60

2002


Leucopogon 

  sp. bonnie hill

Beard-heath

100


2002

Leucopogon 

  sp. es11

Beard-heath

100

2002


Leucopogon 

  sp. kau rock

Beard-heath

50

2005



Leucopogon 

  sp. toompup

Beard-heath

100


1986

Leucopogon 

  sp. twertup

Beard-heath

100

1985


Leucopogon tamariscinus

Beard-heath

87

2006


Leucopogon tetragonus

Beard-heath

100

2004


Leucopogon unilateralis

Beard-heath

56

2004


Lissanthe rubicunda

Beard-heath

83

2005


Lysinema conspicuum

Heath


65

2004


Lysinema fimbriatum

Heath


100

1999


Lysinema lasianthum

Heath


84

1996


Monotoca aristata

Broom-heath

100

1993


Monotoca oligarrhenoides

Broom-heath

65

2006


Monotoca tamariscina

Broom-heath

75

1997


Needhamiella pumilio

Heath


73

2004


Oligarrhena micrantha

Heath


87

2003


Sphenotoma capitata

Heath


52

2005


Sphenotoma dracophylloides

Heath


100

2005


Sphenotoma drummondii

Heath


Endangered

90

2003



Page 32 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

Sphenotoma gracilis

Swamp Paper Heath

51

2003



Sphenotoma parviflorum

Heath


64

2006


Sphenotoma squarrosa

Heath


79

2003


Styphelia intertexta

Heath


79

2007


Styphelia melaleucoides

Heath


100

2004


Trochocarpa parviflora

Heath


92

2006


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Epacridaceae.

Page 33 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

Fabales

Fabaceae

Peas

(544 out of 2583 species in Australia)

Acacia acellerata

Wattle

100


1991

Acacia aemula

Wattle

88

2005



Acacia amputata

Wattle


50

2000


Acacia amyctica

Wattle


75

1994


Acacia anasilla

Wattle


100

1955


Acacia argutifolia

East Barrens Wattle

100

2003


Acacia auratiflora

Wattle


Endangered

10

1970



Acacia awestoniana

Wattle


Vulnerable

100


2006

Acacia baxteri

Baxters Wattle

70

2001



Acacia bifaria

Wattle


100

2005


Acacia biflora

Two-flowered Acacia

93

2003


Acacia binata

Wattle


74

1999


Acacia cedroides

Wattle


100

2005


Acacia chrysocephala

Wattle


58

2004


Acacia conniana

Wattle


55

2003


Acacia consobrina

Wattle


64

2005


Acacia crassiuscula

Wattle


76

2002


Acacia crassuloides

Wattle


68

2001


Acacia crispula

Wattle


90

2005


Acacia curvata

Wattle


92

2006


Acacia declinata

Pallinup Gold Wattle

100

2006


Acacia delphina

Wattle


88

2006


Acacia dermatophylla

Wattle


81

2006


Acacia diaphyllodinea

Wattle


50

2004


Acacia dictyoneura

Wattle


100

2003


Acacia disticha

Mamoose Tree

100

2006


Acacia durabilis

Wattle


100

2005


Acacia errabunda

Wattle


79

2005


Acacia euthyphylla

Wattle


64

2006


Acacia ferocior

Wattle


100

2004


Acacia glaucissima

Wattle


56

2006


Acacia glaucoptera

Clay Wattle

72

2002


Acacia gonophylla

Wattle


82

2006


Acacia grisea

Wattle


100

1992


Acacia harveyi

Wattle


88

2004


Acacia heteroclita

Wattle


52

1998


Acacia imparilis

Wattle


100

2006


Acacia incanicarpa

Wattle


100

2006


Acacia ingrata

Wattle


86

1998


Acacia lachnophylla

Wattle


55

2006


Acacia laricina

Wattle


79

2005


Acacia loxophylla

Wattle


57

2001


Acacia luteola

Wattle


95

2003


Page 34 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

Acacia maxwellii

Wattle

82

2005



Acacia microneura

Wattle


88

1999


Acacia mimica

Wattle


76

2006


Acacia moirii

Moirs Wattle

60

2005


Acacia nigricans

Wattle


73

2006


Acacia nitidula

Wattle


56

2000


Acacia octonervia

Wattle


96

2002


Acacia ophiolithica

Wattle


92

2005


Acacia pachyphylla

Wattle


62

2002


Acacia papulosa

Wattle


100

2003


Acacia patagiata

Wattle


79

2006


Acacia phlebopetala

Wattle


100

2001


Acacia pinguiculosa

Wattle


71

2003


Acacia pritzeliana

Wattle


57

2006


Acacia profusa

Wattle


75

2002


Acacia pusilla

Wattle


88

2006


Acacia redolens

Wattle


67

2000


Acacia rhamphophylla

Kundip Wattle

Endangered

71

2006



Acacia robinae

Wattle


100

1986


Acacia spongolitica

Wattle


91

2003


Acacia subcaerulea

Blue-barked Acacia

82

2005


Acacia sulcata

Wattle


58

2002


Acacia tetanophylla

Wattle


81

2003


Acacia triptycha

Wattle


64

2004


Acacia trulliformis

Wattle


69

2006


Acacia varia

Wattle


69

2006


Acacia veronica

Wattle


100

2006


Aotus diffusa

Earless Pea

50

1982


Aotus genistoides

South-west Earless Pea

100

2002


Aotus intermedia

Albany Earless Pea

61

2004


Aotus pseudoprocumbens

Earless Pea

61

2000


Aotus 

  sp. mt frankland

Earless Pea

100


1991

Aotus 


  sp. west river

Earless Pea

100

2001


Bossiaea dentata

Bitter-pea

82

2003


Bossiaea praetermissa

Albany Bitter-pea

65

2004


Bossiaea preissii

Preiss's Bitter-pea

73

2005


Bossiaea webbii

Webbs Bitter-pea

53

1997


Chorizema circinale

Flame-pea

50

1993


Chorizema cytisoides

Flame-pea

100

2002


Chorizema glycinifolium

Flame-pea

63

2004


Chorizema ilicifolium

Flame-pea

69

2002


Chorizema obtusifolium

Flame-pea

70

2002


Chorizema reticulatum

Flame-pea

65

2006


Chorizema trigonum

Flame-pea

100

2005


Page 35 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

Chorizema ulotropis

Flame-pea

57

2000



Chorizema uncinatum

Flame-pea

80

2005


Daviesia abnormis

Bitter-pea

54

1999


Daviesia alternifolia

Bitter-pea

92

2005


Daviesia anceps

Bitter-pea

100

2003


Daviesia articulata

Bitter-pea

53

2005


Daviesia campephylla

Bitter-pea

75

2002


Daviesia crassa

Bitter-pea

56

Daviesia crenulata



Bitter-pea

90

2002



Daviesia decipiens

Bitter-pea

57

2000


Daviesia dilatata

Bitter-pea

67

2000


Daviesia emarginata

Bitter-pea

89

2006


Daviesia flexuosa

Bitter-pea

81

2001


Daviesia glossosema

Bitter-pea

Critically

  endangered

100

2001


Daviesia gracilis

Bitter-pea

71

2002


Daviesia lancifolia

Bitter-pea

66

2002


Daviesia major

Bitter-pea

54

2005


Daviesia megacalyx

Bitter-pea

Endangered

100


2006

Daviesia mesophylla

Bitter-pea

100


2006

Daviesia mollis

Bitter-pea

79

2003



Daviesia newbeyi

Bitter-pea

81

2005


Daviesia obovata

Bitter-pea

100

2003


Daviesia oppositifolia

Bitter-pea

100

2002


Daviesia pachyphylla

Bitter-pea

98

2002


Daviesia pauciflora

Bitter-pea

78

2005


Daviesia pseudaphylla

Bitter-pea

Endangered

100


2006

Daviesia spinosissima

Bitter-pea

100


2001

Daviesia striata

Bitter-pea

100


2005

Daviesia teretifolia

Bitter-pea

84

2006



Daviesia trigonophylla

Bitter-pea

100

2002


Dillwynia acerosa

Parrot-pea

63

2004


Dillwynia divaricata

Parrot-pea

74

2006


Dillwynia pungens

Parrot-pea

62

2003


Eutaxia alternifolia

Bacon and Eggs

50

1984


Eutaxia cuneata

Bacon and Eggs

100

2004


Eutaxia densifolia

Dense Bacon and Eggs

100

2002


Eutaxia lutea

Bacon and Eggs

89

1999


Eutaxia obovata

Bacon and Eggs

54

2006


Eutaxia parvifolia

Bacon and Eggs

61

2003


Gastrolobium bracteolosum

Poison-pea

97

2005


Gastrolobium brownii

Browns Poison-pea

68

2004


Gastrolobium celsianum

Poison-pea

54

2002


Gastrolobium congestum

Poison-pea

82

2005


Gastrolobium coriaceum

Poison-pea

70

2006


Gastrolobium crenulatum

Crenulated Poison-pea

100

2005


Page 36 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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