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This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Restionaceae



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This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Restionaceae.

Xyridaceae

Xyris Herbs

(5 out of 26 species in Australia)

Xyris exilis

Stirling Range Xyris

Vulnerable

100

1997


Xyris flexifolia

56

2001



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Xyridaceae.

Page 51 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

Proteales

Proteaceae

Banksias, Grevilleas 

and Allies

(378 out of 1147 species in Australia)

Acidonia microcarpa

Acidonia

50

2004



Adenanthos apiculatus

Woollybush

100

2004


Adenanthos cacomorphus

Woollybush

100

1984


Adenanthos cuneatus

Woollybush

77

2004


Adenanthos dobagii

Woollybush

Endangered

100


2002

Adenanthos ellipticus

Oval-leaf Adenanthos

Vulnerable

100

2004


Adenanthos filifolius

Woollybush

50

2002


Adenanthos ileticos

Club-leaf Adenanthos

56

1998


Adenanthos labillardierei

Woollybush

100

2001


Adenanthos linearis

Woollybush

100

2006


Adenanthos oreophilus

Woollybush

89

1999


Adenanthos pungens

Spiky Adenanthos

67

1997


Adenanthos sericeus

Woollybush

68

1995


Adenanthos velutinus

Velvet Woollybush

Endangered

100


1994

Adenanthos venosus

Woollybush

100


2004

Banksia aculeata

Banksia

100


2006

Banksia baueri

Banksia

67

2006



Banksia baxteri

Banksia


100

2002


Banksia blechnifolia

Banksia


85

2002


Banksia brownii

Feather-leaved Banksia

Endangered

100


2006

Banksia caleyi

Banksia

86

2006



Banksia coccinea

Banksia


97

2002


Banksia dryandroides

Banksia


100

2000


Banksia gardneri

Banksia


93

2005


Banksia goodii

Banksia


Vulnerable

100


2003

Banksia lemanniana

Banksia

97

2001



Banksia media

Banksia


69

2006


Banksia nutans

Banksia


87

2006


Banksia occidentalis

Banksia


77

2006


Banksia oligantha

Banksia


Endangered

18

Banksia oreophila



Banksia

100


2005

Banksia petiolaris

Banksia

60

2002



Banksia pilostylis

Banksia


82

2004


Banksia praemorsa

Banksia


100

2004


Banksia pulchella

Banksia


81

2006


Banksia quercifolia

Banksia


67

2006


Banksia repens

Banksia


90

2002


Banksia solandri

Stirling Range Banksia

100

2006


Banksia speciosa

Banksia


81

2002


Banksia verticillata

Granite Banksia

Vulnerable

67

2006



Banksia violacea

Banksia


56

2006


Conospermum coerulescens

Stirling Range Smoke-bush

96

2000


Page 52 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

Conospermum distichum

Smoke-bush

67

2005



Conospermum floribundum

Smoke-bush

90

2004


Conospermum leianthum

Smoke-bush

55

1998


Conospermum petiolare

Smoke-bush

97

1999


Conospermum quadripetalum

Smoke-bush

60

2000


Conospermum spectabile

Smoke-bush

100

2003


Conospermum teretifolium

Smoke-bush

79

2005


Dryandra 36

Dryandra


100

1979


Dryandra anatona

Dryandra


Endangered

100


2006

Dryandra arctotidis

Dryandra

81

2005



Dryandra aurantia

Dryandra


Endangered

11

Dryandra baxteri



Dryandra

67

1998



Dryandra blechnifolia

Dryandra


100

2005


Dryandra brownii

Dryandra


100

1987


Dryandra calophylla

Dryandra


90

2005


Dryandra concinna

Dryandra


100

2004


Dryandra corvijuga

Dryandra


100

2004


Dryandra cuneata

Dryandra


73

2006


Dryandra falcata

Dryandra


97

2003


Dryandra foliolata

Dryandra


88

2006


Dryandra formosa

Dryandra


70

2005


Dryandra hirsuta

Dryandra


100

2004


Dryandra ionthocarpa

Dryandra


Endangered

100


1988

Dryandra montana

Dryandra

Endangered

100

2000


Dryandra mucronulata

Dryandra


100

2005


Dryandra nervosa

Dryandra


88

1998


Dryandra obtusa

Dryandra


82

2004


Dryandra plumosa

Dryandra


100

2001


Dryandra pseudoplumosa

Dryandra


100

2006


Dryandra quercifolia

Dryandra


97

2005


Dryandra seneciifolia

Dryandra


81

2006


Dryandra serra

Serrate-leaved Dryandra

80

2007


Dryandra tenuifolia

Dryandra


80

2005


Franklandia fucifolia

Lanolin Bush

72

2004


Grevillea coccinea

Grevillea

96

2004


Grevillea concinna

Grevillea

85

2002


Grevillea crassifolia

Grevillea

100

2001


Grevillea depauperata

Grevillea

89

2003


Grevillea fasciculata

Grevillea

96

2005


Grevillea fastigiata

Grevillea

100

2006


Grevillea fistulosa

Barrens Grevillea

100

2000


Grevillea fulgens

Grevillea

88

2001


Grevillea fuscolutea

Grevillea

100

2006


Grevillea infundibularis

Grevillea

Endangered

100


2002

Grevillea maxwellii

Grevillea

Endangered

100

2001


Grevillea muelleri

Grevillea

92

2001


Page 53 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

Grevillea nudiflora

Grevillea

95

2004



Grevillea occidentalis

Grevillea

72

2004


Grevillea oligantha

Grevillea

69

2004


Grevillea patentiloba

Grevillea

79

2000


Grevillea pectinata

Grevillea

84

2005


Grevillea pulchella

Grevillea

64

2004


Grevillea punctata

Grevillea

100

2000


Grevillea rigida

Grevillea

100

1999


Grevillea 

  sp. stirling range

Grevillea

100


1976

Grevillea tetragonoloba

Grevillea

88

2003



Grevillea tripartita

Grevillea

83

1999


Hakea acuminata

Hakea


100

2004


Hakea adnata

Hakea


57

2002


Hakea ambigua

Hakea


86

2005


Hakea baxteri

Hakea


58

1997


Hakea bicornata

Hakea


54

2005


Hakea cinerea

Hakea


81

2001


Hakea clavata

Hakea


62

2004


Hakea commutata

Hakea


50

2005


Hakea corymbosa

Hakea


59

2005


Hakea cucullata

Hakea


100

2002


Hakea denticulata

Hakea


96

2004


Hakea drupacea

Hakea


75

2003


Hakea elliptica

Hakea


100

2006


Hakea ferruginea

Hakea


94

2005


Hakea florida

Hakea


86

2001


Hakea hookeriana

Hakea


100

2003


Hakea ilicifolia

Hakea


67

2000


Hakea lasiantha

Hakea


73

2000


Hakea lasiocarpha

Hakea


88

2005


Hakea laurina

Hakea


64

2005


Hakea nitida

Shining Hakea

52

2002


Hakea obtusa

Hakea


93

2006


Hakea pandanicarpa

Hakea


59

2003


Hakea pritzelii

Hakea


100

1998


Hakea tuberculata

Hakea


58

2007


Hakea verrucosa

Hakea


100

2006


Hakea victoria

Royal Hakea

100

2000


Isopogon alcicornis

Isopogon


87

2001


Isopogon attenuatus

Isopogon


67

2005


Isopogon baxteri

Stirling Range Cone Flower

100

2005


Isopogon cuneatus

Drumsticks

100

1998


Isopogon heterophyllus

Isopogon


92

2002


Isopogon latifolius

Isopogon


100

2003


Isopogon longifolius

Isopogon


92

2003


Page 54 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

Isopogon polycephalus

Isopogon

87

2002



Isopogon trilobus

Isopogon


88

2004


Isopogon uncinatus

Isopogon


Endangered

100


2002

Lambertia echinata

Lambertia

83

2003



Lambertia fairallii

Lambertia

Endangered

100


2006

Lambertia inermis

Lambertia

91

2003



Lambertia orbifolia

Round Leaf Honeysuckle

Endangered

67

1980



Lambertia uniflora

Lambertia

97

2000


Persoonia dillwynioides

Fitzgerald Persoonia

82

2001


Persoonia micranthera

Geebung


Endangered

100


2003

Persoonia teretifolia

Persoonia

60

2003



Petrophile acicularis

Petrophile

68

2006


Petrophile anceps

Petrophile

92

2006


Petrophile carduacea

Petrophile

100

2006


Petrophile crispata

Petrophile

75

2002


Petrophile divaricata

Petrophile

54

2005


Petrophile fastigiata

Petrophile

89

2005


Petrophile filifolia

Petrophile

73

1997


Petrophile helicophylla

Petrophile

70

1992


Petrophile longifolia

Petrophile

82

2006


Petrophile media

Petrophile

70

2004


Petrophile phylicoides

Petrophile

58

2004


Petrophile prostrata

Petrophile

100

2003


Petrophile rigida

Petrophile

51

2004


Petrophile squamata

Petrophile

60

2004


Petrophile teretifolia

Petrophile

84

2004


Stirlingia anethifolia

Stirlingia

84

2005


Stirlingia tenuifolia

Stirlingia

90

2004


Synaphea favosa

Synaphea


83

2001


Synaphea incurva

Synaphea


89

2003


Synaphea intricata

Synaphea


83

2007


Synaphea media

Synaphea


100

2003


Synaphea obtusata

Synaphea


50

2004


Synaphea oligantha

Synaphea


92

2002


Synaphea polymorpha

Synaphea


81

2003


Synaphea preissii

Synaphea


90

2004


Synaphea reticulata

Synaphea


96

2004


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Proteaceae.

Page 55 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

Sapindales

Rutaceae

Boronia, Correa, Citrus, 

Phebalium, Philotheca, 

Zieria and Allies

(72 out of 496 species in Australia)

Boronia albiflora

Boronia

84

2005



Boronia clavata

Boronia


100

2000


Boronia crassifolia

Boronia


62

2007


Boronia crassipes

Boronia


78

2005


Boronia denticulata

Boronia


86

3691


Boronia heterophylla

Kalgan Boronia

74

2004


Boronia inconspicua

Boronia


81

2005


Boronia nematophylla

Boronia


58

1998


Boronia octandra

Boronia


71

2005


Boronia oxyantha

Boronia


100

2006


Boronia penicillata

Boronia


70

1986


Boronia pulchella

Pink Boronia

79

2002


Boronia spathulata

Boronia


57

2004


Boronia subsessilis

Boronia


59

2004


Boronia tetrandra

Yellow Boronia

82

2003


Microcybe albiflora

Microcybe

69

2004


Muiriantha hassellii

Muiriantha

100

2006


Nematolepis phebalioides

Nematolepis

72

2005


Philotheca cymbiformis

Philotheca

83

1993


Philotheca gardneri

Philotheca

65

2006


Philotheca nodiflora

Philotheca

60

2002


Rhadinothamnus rudis

Rhadinothamnus

73

2005


This region rates highly for richness of Rutaceae.

Sapindaceae

Tamarind, Whitewood, 

Tuckeroo, Hop Bushes

(20 out of 222 species in Australia)

Dodonaea caespitosa

Hop Bush

56

2003



Dodonaea concinna

Hop Bush


78

2006


Dodonaea trifida

Hop Bush


100

2006


Page 56 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

Solanales

Solanaceae

Native Gooseberries, 

Wild Tomatos and 

Boxthorns

(20 out of 210 species in Australia)

Anthocercis fasciculata

Tailflower

100


2003

Anthocercis gracilis

Slender Tailflower

Vulnerable

32

Anthocercis viscosa



Sticky Tailflowers

81

2001



This region rates highly for endemism of Solanaceae.

Page 57 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

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

Page 58 of  73

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