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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

Gastrolobium cuneatum

River Poison-pea

57

1998



Gastrolobium discolor

Poison-pea

75

2005


Gastrolobium elegans

Elegant Poison-pea

100

2007


Gastrolobium ferrugineum

Poison-pea

100

2006


Gastrolobium heterophyllum

Slender Poison-pea

100

2002


Gastrolobium humile

Poison-pea

100

1967


Gastrolobium latifolium

Poison-pea

91

2002


Gastrolobium leakeanum

Poison-pea

92

2001


Gastrolobium lehmannii

Lehmanns Poison-pea

Vulnerable

50

2002



Gastrolobium luteifolium

Poison-pea

100

2000


Gastrolobium minus

Poison-pea

92

1998


Gastrolobium mondurup

Mondrup Poison-pea

100

2002


Gastrolobium musaceum

Poison-pea

83

2005


Gastrolobium nudifolium

Poison-pea

100

1998


Gastrolobium pulchellum

Poison-pea

100

2002


Gastrolobium punctatum

Poison-pea

73

2005


Gastrolobium pusillum

Poison-pea

73

1999


Gastrolobium pyramidale

Poison-pea

89

1998


Gastrolobium racemosum

Net-leaved Poison-pea

100

2005


Gastrolobium retusum

Poison-pea

50

2002


Gastrolobium revolutum

Poison-pea

100

1983


Gastrolobium rubrum

Poison-pea

100

2006


Gastrolobium sericeum

Poison-pea

89

1999


Gastrolobium stenophyllum

Phillips River Poison-pea

94

2005


Gastrolobium subcordatum

Poison-pea

80

2002


Gastrolobium tetragonophyllum

Poison-pea

68

2002


Gastrolobium velutinum

Poison-pea

97

2002


Gastrolobium venulosum

Poison-pea

75

1999


Gastrolobium vestitum

Poison-pea

100

2006


Gompholobium baxteri

Baxters Wedge-pea

80

2005


Gompholobium burtonioides

Burtons Wedge-pea

67

2004


Gompholobium confertum

Wedge-pea

55

2006


Gompholobium cyaninum

Wedge-pea

56

1995


Gompholobium laxum

Wedge-pea

67

1974


Gompholobium scabrum

Wedge-pea

55

2005


Gompholobium venustum

Handsome Wedge-pea

89

2006


Gompholobium villosum

Wedge-pea

83

2005


Gompholobium viscidulum

Wedge-pea

62

2005


Hovea acanthoclada

Hovea


79

2005


Jacksonia calycina

Dogwood


80

2006


Jacksonia capitata

Dogwood


79

2004


Jacksonia compressa

Dogwood


100

2005


Jacksonia elongata

Dogwood


100

1998


Jacksonia grevilleoides

Grevillea-leaved Dogwood

89

2002


Jacksonia humilis

Dogwood


75

1992


Jacksonia spinosa

Dogwood


95

2004


Page 37 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

Jacksonia venosa

Dogwood

65

1998



Jacksonia viscosa

Dogwood


87

2005


Kennedia eximia

Running Pea

84

2006


Kennedia glabrata

Northcliffe Running Pea

Vulnerable

36

1998



Kennedia microphylla

Running Pea

53

1992


Kennedia nigricans

Running Pea

83

2003


Latrobea brunonis

Bush-pea


100

2000


Latrobea diosmifolia

Bush-pea


60

2004


Latrobea elliptica

Bush-pea


100

2006


Latrobea genistoides

Bush-pea


80

2004


Latrobea glabrescens

Bush-pea


100

2001


Latrobea hirtella

Bush-pea


100

1996


Latrobea obovata

Bush-pea


100

2005


Latrobea recurva

Bush-pea


100

2000


Mirbelia ovata

Oval Mirbelia

89

2001


Mirbelia subcordata

Mirbelia


71

2002


Oxylobium carinatum

Coral-pea

79

2002


Oxylobium 

  sp. south-coast variant

Shaggy-pea

86

2002



Phyllota barbata

Bush-pea


98

2002


Pultenaea adunca

Bacon and Eggs

78

2002


Pultenaea aspalathoides

Bacon and Eggs

83

2002


Pultenaea barbata

Phillip River Bacon and Eggs

95

2002


Pultenaea brachyphylla

Bacon and Eggs

100

2005


Pultenaea calycina

Bacon and Eggs

88

2006


Pultenaea empetrifolia

Bacon and Eggs

67

2002


Pultenaea indira

Bacon and Eggs

62

2002


Pultenaea purpurea

Bacon and Eggs

70

2005


Pultenaea rotundifolia

Bacon and Eggs

61

2005


Pultenaea 

  sp. southern

Bacon and Eggs

50

2002



Pultenaea spinulosa

Bacon and Eggs

77

2002


Pultenaea strobilifera

Bacon and Eggs

79

2002


Pultenaea verruculosa

Bacon and Eggs

64

2006


Pultenaea wudjariensis

Bacon and Eggs

100

2005


Sphaerolobium alatum

Reed Pea


78

2004


Sphaerolobium benetectum

Reed Pea


80

2004


Sphaerolobium daviesioides

Reed Pea


89

2003


Sphaerolobium fornicatum

Reed Pea


54

2004


Sphaerolobium grandiflorum

Reed Pea


89

2006


Sphaerolobium nudiflorum

Reed Pea


69

2004


Sphaerolobium pubescens

Reed Pea


86

2005


Sphaerolobium racemulosum

Reed Pea


60

2002


Sphaerolobium rostratum

Reed Pea


65

2006


Sphaerolobium validum

Reed Pea


92

2003


Templetonia neglecta

Mallee-pea

100

2000


Page 38 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

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Fabaceae.

Fagales

Casuarinaceae

She-oaks

(21 out of 69 species in Australia)

Allocasuarina thuyoides

Horned She-oak

54

2004



Allocasuarina tortiramula

Twisted She-oak

Vulnerable

44

Allocasuarina trichodon



She-oak

90

2005



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Casuarinaceae.

Lamiales

Lentibulariaceae

Bladderworts

(14 out of 58 species in Australia)

Utricularia helix

Bladderwort

100


1979

Utricularia menziesii

Bladderwort

50

2003



Utricularia paulineae

Bladderwort

50

1999


Utricularia simplex

Bladderwort

53

1991


Utricularia volubilis

Bladderwort

61

2000


Utricularia westonii

Bladderwort

100

2006


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Lentibulariaceae.

Scrophulariaceae

Figworts

(10 out of 99 species in Australia)

Eremophila lactea

Milky Emu Bush

Endangered

100

2005


Eremophila resinosa

Resinous Eremophila

Endangered

25

Liliales



Colchicaceae

Nancies and Allies

(10 out of 48 species in Australia)

Wurmbea cernua

Nancy

62

2005



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Colchicaceae.

Page 39 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

Malpighiales

Euphorbiaceae

Spurges

(31 out of 315 species in Australia)

Amperea conferta

92

1994


Beyeria latifolia

100


2004

Calycopeplus marginatus

100

2002


Monotaxis paxii

68

2002



Ricinocarpos megalocarpus

62

2001



Ricinocarpos pilifer

100


1989

Ricinocarpos trichophorus

Endangered

78

2007



Stachystemon mucronatus

100


1993

Stachystemon polyandrus

72

2002


Stachystemon vinosus

86

2006



Stachystemon virgatus

64

2001



This region rates highly for endemism of Euphorbiaceae.

Phyllanthaceae

(10 out of 113 species in Australia)

Phyllanthus scaber

50

2005


Poranthera dissecta

50

1968



Poranthera florosa

60

1984



This region rates highly for endemism of Phyllanthaceae.

Page 40 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

Malvales

Sterculiaceae

Kurrajongs and 

Bottletrees

(62 out of 273 species in Australia)

Commersonia crispa

Crisped leaf Commersonia

76

2005



Guichenotia anota

100


1986

Guichenotia apetala

100

2007


Lasiopetalum compactum

71

2007



Lasiopetalum cordifolium

50

1999



Lasiopetalum dielsii

100


2004

Lasiopetalum indutum

72

2006


Lasiopetalum maxwellii

80

2006



Lasiopetalum membraniflorum

100


2000

Lasiopetalum monticola

100

2001


Lasiopetalum parvuliflorum

69

2006



Lasiopetalum quinquenervium

93

2004



Lasiopetalum rosmarinifolium

59

2006



Rulingia corylifolia

Hazel-leaved Rulingia

51

2004


Rulingia grandiflora

89

2006



Rulingia parviflora

71

2004



Rulingia platycalyx

60

1995



Thomasia angustifolia

Narrow-leaf Thomasia

85

2006


Thomasia dielsii

100


1993

Thomasia discolor

100

2004


Thomasia microphylla

95

2005



Thomasia multiflora

75

1975



Thomasia purpurea

64

2004



Thomasia pygmaea

Tiny Thomasia

88

1997


Thomasia quercifolia

Oak-leafed Thomasia

62

2005


Thomasia solanacea

100


2002

Thomasia stelligera

92

1993


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Sterculiaceae.

Page 41 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

Thymelaeaceae

Pimeleas

(33 out of 110 species in Australia)

Pimelea brachyphylla

Rice Flower

68

2006



Pimelea brevifolia

Rice Flower

56

2007


Pimelea cracens

Rice Flower

55

2006


Pimelea drummondii

Rice Flower

50

1988


Pimelea erecta

Rice Flower

56

2007


Pimelea lehmanniana

Rice Flower

52

1999


Pimelea longiflora

Rice Flower

59

1996


Pimelea pelinos

Rice Flower

50

1988


Pimelea pendens

Rice Flower

77

1998


Pimelea physodes

Rice Flower

95

2005


Pimelea tinctoria

Rice Flower

76

2007


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Thymelaeaceae.

Page 42 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

Myrtales

Myrtaceae

Native Myrtles

(566 out of 2211 species in Australia)

Actinodium calocephalum

Myrtle

100


1992

Actinodium cunninghamii

Myrtle

71

1999



Agonis floribunda

Peppermint

85

1997


Agonis marginata

Peppermint

75

2003


Agonis obtusissima

Peppermint

74

2005


Agonis spathulata

Peppermint

82

2007


Agonis theaeformis

Peppermint

81

2006


Agonis undulata

Peppermint

89

2002


Angasomyrtus salina

Myrtle


63

2004


Anticoryne diosmoides

100


2003

Aphyosperma striata

Myrtle

100


1994

Astartea ambigua

False Baeckea

66

2004



Astartea arbuscula

False Baeckea

100

2004


Astartea aspera

False Baeckea

92

2005


Astartea astarteoides

False Baeckea

94

2006


Astartea corniculata

False Baeckea

93

2003


Astartea fascicularis

False Baeckea

69

2005


Astartea glomerulosa

False Baeckea

100

2007


Astartea laricifolia

False Baeckea

50

2005


Astartea 

  sp. big bracteoles

False Baeckea

100


1996

Astartea 

  sp. fitzgerald

False Baeckea

100

2003


Astartea 

  sp. long stalks

False Baeckea

100


1996

Astartea 

  sp. millbrook

False Baeckea

100

1986


Astus duomilius

Myrtle


100

2000


Astus tetragonus

Myrtle


87

2006


Baeckea arbuscula

Baeckea


100

2001


Baeckea astarteoides

Baeckea


100

1999


Baeckea blackettii

Baeckea


74

2005


Baeckea corynophylla

Baeckea


93

2007


Baeckea latens

Baeckea


80

2003


Baeckea ovalifolia

Baeckea


100

2003


Baeckea pachyphylla

Baeckea


82

2006


Baeckea polyandra

Baeckea


70

2005


Baeckea pygmaea

Baeckea


53

2003


Baeckea 

  sp. corackerup

Baeckea

100


1979

Baeckea 


  sp. esperance

Baeckea


100

1985


Baeckea 

  sp. gibson

Baeckea

100


1985

Page 43 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

Baeckea tetragona

Baeckea

50

1992



Baeckea uncinella

Baeckea


75

2004


Beaufortia anisandra

Beaufortia

100

2005


Beaufortia cyrtodonta

Beaufortia

73

2005


Beaufortia decussata

Beaufortia

73

2005


Beaufortia empetrifolia

Beaufortia

76

2005


Beaufortia heterophylla

Beaufortia

100

1964


Beaufortia schaueri

Beaufortia

64

2006


Beaufortia 

  sp. column

Beaufortia

100


Callistemon glaucus

Bottlebrush

51

2004


Calothamnus affinis

Net-bush


95

2006


Calothamnus crassus

Net-bush


80

2003


Calothamnus gibbosus

Net-bush


96

2003


Calothamnus gracilis

Net-bush


79

2006


Calothamnus huegelii

Net-bush


70

2004


Calothamnus lehmannii

Net-bush


52

1997


Calothamnus macrocarpus

Net-bush


100

2001


Calothamnus microcarpus

Net-bush


95

2006


Calothamnus pinifolius

Net-bush


95

2005


Calothamnus robustus

Net-bush


80

2005


Calothamnus schaueri

Net-bush


89

1997


Calothamnus validus

Net-bush


56

2002


Calothamnus villosus

Net-bush


79

2006


Calytrix asperula

Star flower

97

2003


Calytrix decandra

Star flower

78

2004


Calytrix similis

Star flower

100

2003


Calytrix tenuiramea

Star flower

56

1998


Chamelaucium aorocladus

Waxflower

100

2003


Chamelaucium juniperinum

Waxflower

100

1985


Conothamnus aureus

Smokebush

91

2005


Conothamnus neglectus

Smokebush

75

1997


Corymbia ficifolia

Red-flowering gum

56

2006


Darwinia axillaris

Mountain bell

52

2005


Darwinia collina

Mountain bell

Endangered

100


1997

Darwinia diosmoides

Mountain bell

54

2006



Darwinia forrestii

Mountain bell

100

1989


Darwinia hypericifolia

Mountain bell

100

2005


Darwinia leiostyla

Mountain bell

100

2005


Darwinia macrostegia

Mountain bell

Vulnerable

100


2000

Darwinia meeboldii

Mountain bell

Vulnerable

100

2001


Darwinia oxylepis

Mountain bell

Endangered

100


2004

Darwinia polycephala

Mountain bell

62

2006



Darwinia 

  sp. mt burdett

Mountain bell

100


Page 44 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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