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Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA



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Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA

Vascular flora

Xyridaceae

Xyris Herbs

Zingiberaceae

Native Ginger and Allies

Magnoliopsida

Dicots


Achariaceae

Aizoaceae

Pigfaces

Akaniaceae

Turnip Wood

Amaranthaceae

Pigweed

Anacardiaceae



Bollygum, Native Plum

Aphanopetalaceae

Asteraceae

Daisies and Allies

Atherospermataceae

Austrobaileyaceae

Austrobaileyas

Balanopaceae

Pimplebark

Balanophoraceae

Balanophoras

Bombacaceae

Baobabs

Boraginaceae



Forget-me-not

Burseraceae

Canarium and Garuga

Calycanthaceae

Cardiopteridaceae

Peripterygium Vines

Caryophyllaceae

Pin Cushion, Wort

Casuarinaceae

She-oaks


Chenopodiaceae

Saltbushes and Allies

Combretaceae

Plums, Bullwaddies, Mangroves and Bushwillow

Connaraceae

Connara Climbers

Convolvulaceae

Bindweed, Morning Glory

Cunoniaceae

Christmas Bushes and Mararas

Dichapetalaceae

Dichapetals

Dilleniaceae

Guinea Flowers

Droseraceae

Sundews


Elaeagnaceae

Oleaster


Epacridaceae

Southern Heaths

Ericaceae

Heathers and Rhododendrons

Erythroxylaceae

Erythroxylum

Euphorbiaceae

Spurges


Eupomatiaceae

Bolwarra


Fabaceae

Peas


Haloragaceae

Raspworts and Milfoils

Hernandiaceae

Hernandias and Valvantheras

Himantandraceae

Galbulimimas

Hydatellaceae

Hydatellid Herbs

Lauraceae

Laurels, Camphorwood and Australian Walnuts

Leeaceae

Leeas


Lentibulariaceae

Bladderworts

Limeaceae

Linderniaceae

Lythraceae

Loosestrifes

Melastomataceae

Native Lasiandra and Allies

Meliaceae

Rosewoods and Mahoganies

Menispermaceae

Snake, Round-leaf and Pearl Vines

Menyanthaceae

Marshwort

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Vascular flora

Molluginaceae

Carpet Weed, Herb

Monimiaceae

Sassafras, Beech

Myrtaceae

Native Myrtles

Nelumbonaceae

Waterlilies

Nepenthaceae

Nepenthes Pitcher Plants

Nitrariaceae

Nyctaginaceae

Tarvine, Pisonia and Birdlime Trees

Ochnaceae

Brackenridgea

Onagraceae

Water Primrose and Willowherbs

Opiliaceae

Oplilia Climbers

Orobanchaceae

Phrymaceae

Phyllanthaceae

Phytolaccaceae

Introduced Monococcus

Picrodendraceae

Portulacaceae

Purslane


Proteaceae

Banksias, Grevilleas and Allies

Putranjivaceae

Rhizophoraceae

Mangroves

Rutaceae


Boronia, Correa, Citrus, Phebalium, Philotheca, Zieria and Allie

Sapindaceae

Tamarind, Whitewood, Tuckeroo, Hop Bushes

Scrophulariaceae

Figworts

Simaroubaceae

Native Plum and Allies

Solanaceae

Native Gooseberries, Wild Tomatos and Boxthorns

Sphenocleaceae

Sterculiaceae

Kurrajongs and Bottletrees

Stylidiaceae

Triggerplants and Allies

Thymelaeaceae

Pimeleas


Tiliaceae

Trimeniaceae

Trimenia

Vitaceae


Winteraceae

Pepper Trees

Zygophyllaceae

Zygophyllaceae



Pinopsida

Pines and Allies

Araucariaceae

Araucaria Pines

Cupressaceae

Native Cypress

Podocarpaceae

Podocarp Pines

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Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA

Appendix 2

Acknowledgements

ANHAT acknowledges the Council of Heads of Australian Fauna Collections (CHAFC) for 

supply of data from the following CHAFC member institutions:

  • Australian Museum

  • CSIRO Australian National Insect Collection

  • Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

  • Museum Victoria

  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery (Launceston)

  • Queensland Museum

  • South Australian Museum

  • Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (Hobart)

  • Western Australian Museum

The taxonomic concepts used in this report reflect an ANHAT view of the

data and not necessarily that of the CHAFC parent Museums.

Thank you to the following organisations and individuals for providing species location data 

used in the Australian Natural Heritage Assessment Tool (ANHAT) to generate this 

Biodiversity Summary.

Council of Heads of Australian Faunal Collections (CHAFC)

Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH)

ANHAT acknowledges the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria Inc. (CHAH Inc.) and 

partners in Australia’s Virtual Herbarium (AVH) for the supply of data from the AVH. The AVH is 

a collaborative project of Australian State, Territory and Commonwealth herbaria through CHAH 

Inc. and includes:

 • Australian National Herbarium (CANB)

 • National Herbarium of New South Wales (NSW) Botanic Gardens Trust

 • Herbarium of the Northern Territory (DNA, NT)

 • Queensland Herbarium (BRI)

 • State Herbarium of South Australia (AD)

 • Tasmanian Herbarium (HO)

 • National Herbarium of Victoria (MEL) Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne

 • Western Australian Herbarium (PERTH).

The taxonomic concepts used in this report reflect an ANHAT view of the

data and not necessarily that of the AVH parent Herbaria.

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  • Commonwealth Department of Defence

  • Commonwealth Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, 

    Population and Communities

  • New South Wales - Department of Environment and Climate Change

  • New South Wales - Department of Primary Industry, Forests NSW 

  • Northern Territory - Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts

  • Queensland - Environmental Protection Agency, WildNet

  • South Australia - Department for Environment and Heritage 

    (Biological Survey of South Australia Database) 

  • Tasmania - Department of Primary Industries and Water (Natural Values Atlas)

  • Victoria - Department of Sustainability and Environment

  • Western Australia - Department of Environment and Conservation

Other Government Organisations

  • Birds Australia

  • Mr Russell Sheil - Rotifers of Australia

  • Mr David Crosby - Lepidoptera of Victoria



Non-government

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