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Hemerocallidaceae

(19 out of 79 species in Australia)

Arnocrinum drummondii

Drummonds Native Lily

93

1995



Arnocrinum gracillimum

Native Lily

100

2005


Caesia 

  sp. wongan

56

2009


Hensmania chapmanii

Chapmans Hensmania Lily

Vulnerable

100


2004

Hensmania stoniella

Hensmania Lily

85

2005



Johnsonia pubescens

Pipe Lily

50

1999


Stawellia dimorphantha

Arrowsmith Stilt-lily

Vulnerable

100


2006

Tricoryne 

  sp. morawa

100


2009

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of 

Hemerocallidaceae.

Iridaceae

Irises and Allies

(7 out of 28 species in Australia)

Patersonia argyrea

Gairdner Range Flag

100


1996

Patersonia graminea

Native Flag

96

2004



This region rates highly for 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 Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Orchidaceae

Orchids

(147 out of 1248 species in Australia)

Arachnorchis arrecta

Spider Orchid

Vulnerable

53

Arachnorchis crebra



Arrowsmith Spider Orchid

100


2005

Arachnorchis lorea

64

1991


Cyanicula fragrans

67

2000



Diuris aff. magnifica 2

77

2004



Diuris drummondii

Tall Donkey Orchid

Vulnerable

7

Diuris purdiei



Purdie's Donkey Orchid

Endangered

10

1999


Diuris recurva

64

2005



Drakaea confluens

Endangered

17

Drakaea elastica



Hammer Orchid

Endangered

10

1992


Drakodenia ornata

Native Hybrid Orchid

100

1994


Drakonorchis barbarella

Vulnerable

80

2003


Drakonorchis drakeoides

Endangered

47

1996


Jonesiopsis dundasiae

50

2007



Jonesiopsis elegans

Elegant Spider-orchid

Endangered

100


2005

Jonesiopsis nobilis

Orchid

54

2004



Jonesiopsis wanosa

Kalbarri Spider Orchid

Vulnerable

100


2003

Linguella aff. nana 11

100

1995


Linguella aff. nana 6

100


1995

Oligochaetochilus macrocalymmus

57

2003


Paracaleana dixonii

Sandplain Duck Orchid

57

2007


Thelymitra apiculata

Cleopatra's Needles

73

2005


Thelymitra stellata

Bronze Sun Orchid

Endangered

46

2007



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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 Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Asterales

Asteraceae

Daisies and Allies

(200 out of 1019 species in Australia)

Actinobole condensata

Cudweed

67

2003



Asteridea morawana

Native Daisy

100

1993


Bellida graminea

Native Daisy

62

2005


Brachyscome halophila

Native Daisy

50

2000


Cephalosorus carpesioides

Native Daisy

100

2004


Dithyrostegia amplexicaulis

Native Daisy

69

2002


Epitriche demissus

Native Daisy

100

2003


Erymophyllum glossanthus

Native Daisy

64

2005


Fitzwillia axilliflora

Native Daisy

76

1994


Gnephosis acicularis

Native Daisy

52

2002


Gnephosis cassiniana

Native Daisy

70

2002


Gnephosis setifera

Native Daisy

100

1999


Gnephosis trifida

Native Daisy

67

2009


Gnephosis uniflora

Native Daisy

51

2003


Millotia dimorpha

Native Daisy

100

2005


Myriocephalus appendiculatus

Native Daisy

55

2005


Myriocephalus suffruticosus

Native Daisy

100

1974


Olearia fluvialis

Daisy Bush

64

Olearia revoluta



Daisy Bush

86

2001



Podotheca uniseta

Native Daisy

85

2003


Rhodanthe collina

Paper-daisy

50

2005


Rhodanthe spicata

Paper-daisy

55

2005


This region rates highly for endemism of Asteraceae.

Menyanthaceae

Marshwort

(2 out of 29 species in Australia)

Villarsia congestiflora

Marshwort

91

2005



This region rates highly for endemism of Menyanthaceae.

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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 Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Stylidiaceae

Triggerplants and Allies

(85 out of 293 species in Australia)

Levenhookia octomaculata

Eight-spotted Stylewort

64

2004



Stylidium adpressum

Trigger-on-stilts

50

2005


Stylidium aeonioides

100


2005

Stylidium amabile

100

2004


Stylidium bicolor

69

2005



Stylidium burbidgeanum

92

2002



Stylidium confluens

85

2007



Stylidium coroniforme

Endangered

67

2003


Stylidium crossocephalum

Posy Triggerplant

78

2004


Stylidium diplotrichum

100


2005

Stylidium dispermum

90

2005


Stylidium drummondianum

100


2004

Stylidium elongatum

Tall Triggerplant

91

2005



Stylidium flagellum

100


2005

Stylidium hymenocraspedum

100

2003


Stylidium inversiflorum

100


2003

Stylidium kalbarriense

88

2005


Stylidium maitlandianum

Fountain Triggerplant

96

2005


Stylidium merrallii

Merrall's Triggerplant

Vulnerable

20

1995



Stylidium miniatum

Pink Butterfly Triggerplant

51

2006


Stylidium nonscandens

78

2004



Stylidium pendulum

100


2004

Stylidium pseudocaespitosum

100

2004


Stylidium purpureum

80

1996



Stylidium ricae

100


2005

Stylidium rigidulum

61

2005


Stylidium septentrionale

79

2003



Stylidium sidjamesii

50

1999



Stylidium stenosepalum

75

2003



Stylidium tinkeri

100


2006

Stylidium torticarpum

100

2005


Stylidium udusicola

73

2003



Stylidium warriedarense

67

2009



Stylidium wilroyense

100


2004

Stylidium xanthopis

Yellow Eyed Triggerplant

67

1974



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Stylidiaceae.

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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 Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Caryophyllales

Amaranthaceae

Pigweed

(31 out of 157 species in Australia)

Ptilotus chortophytum

Ptilotus

50

2005



Ptilotus eriotrichus

Ptilotus


76

2005


Ptilotus fasciculatus

Ptilotus


Endangered

53

2004



Ptilotus grandiflorus

Ptilotus


64

2003


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Amaranthaceae.

Chenopodiaceae

Saltbushes and Allies

(100 out of 291 species in Australia)

Atriplex canescens

Fourwing saltbush

100


Halosarcia bulbosa

Large-articled Samphire

Vulnerable

100


2007

Halosarcia fimbriata

Samphire

82

2002



Halosarcia koobabbiensis

Glasswort

100

1997


Rhagodia acicularis

Saltbush


Vulnerable

20

1984



This region rates highly for endemism of Chenopodiaceae.

Droseraceae

Sundews

(43 out of 117 species in Australia)

Drosera echinoblastus

Sundew

71

1995



Drosera eneabba

Sundew


93

2005


Drosera ericksoniae

Sundew


55

2002


Drosera humilis

Sundew


83

2005


Drosera leioblastus

Sundew


100

1985


Drosera miniata

Orange Sundew

77

2003


Drosera nivea

Sundew


100

1990


Drosera pedicellaris

Sundew


100

1997


Drosera prostrata

Sundew


70

2003


Drosera radicans

Sundew


100

2002


Drosera rechingeri

Sundew


100

2002


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Droseraceae.

Limeaceae

(4 out of 9 species in Australia)

Macarthuria australis

Herb

52

2005



Macarthuria keigheryi

Herb


Endangered

40

2007



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Limeaceae.

Page 26 of  66

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 Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Portulacaceae

Purslane

(22 out of 73 species in Australia)

Calandrinia composita

Purslane

67

1981



Calandrinia dielsii

Purslane


100

Calandrinia disperma

Purslane

50

2007



Calandrinia polypetala

Purslane


85

2003


Calandrinia primuliflora

Purslane


57

2007


Calandrinia 

  sp. bungalbin

Purslane

100


2002

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Portulacaceae.

Commelinales

Haemodoraceae

Bloodroots, Conostyles, 

Kangaroo Paws and 

their Allies

(49 out of 92 species in Australia)

Anigozanthos kalbarriensis

Kalbarri Kangaroo Paw

100


2004

Anigozanthos pulcherrimus

Yellow Kangaroo Paw

64

2002



Blancoa canescens

Conostylis

60

2004


Conostylis androstemma

Trumpets


67

2005


Conostylis angustifolia

Conostylis

94

2003


Conostylis aurea

Golden Conostylis

61

2004


Conostylis canteriata

Conostylis

100

2005


Conostylis crassinerva

Conostylis

96

2005


Conostylis dielsii

Conostylis

100

1990


Conostylis latens

Conostylis

64

2004


Conostylis lepidospermoides

Conostylis

Endangered

5

Conostylis micrantha



Small-flowered Conostylis

Endangered

100

2000


Conostylis neocymosa

Conostylis

100

1999


Conostylis prolifera

Conostylis

54

2007


Conostylis resinosa

Conostylis

96

2005


Conostylis robusta

Conostylis

100

2004


Conostylis seminuda

Conostylis

86

2005


Conostylis stylidioides

Conostylis

93

2005


Conostylis teretifolia

Conostylis

78

1999


Conostylis teretiuscula

Conostylis

89

2004


Conostylis tomentosa

Conostylis

89

1997


Haemodorum venosum

Native Bloodroot

72

1999


Macropidia fuliginosa

Black Kangaroo Paw

78

1999


Phlebocarya filifolia

Phlebocarya

50

2003


Phlebocarya pilosissima

Phlebocarya

100

2001


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Haemodoraceae.

Page 27 of  66

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 Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Dilleniales

Dilleniaceae

Guinea Flowers

(39 out of 253 species in Australia)

Hibbertia arcuata

64

2005


Hibbertia conspicua

76

2006



Hibbertia crassifolia

63

2006



Hibbertia desmophylla

89

2004



Hibbertia glabrisepala

100


2003

Hibbertia lividula

57

1999


Hibbertia mylnei

63

2003



Hibbertia potentilliflora

96

2004



Hibbertia stenophylla

64

2006



Hibbertia subexcisa

100


1962

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Dilleniaceae.

Dioscoreales

Dioscoreaceae

Native Yams

(1 out of 4 species in Australia)

Dioscorea hastifolia

Warrine

64

2007



This region rates highly for endemism of Dioscoreaceae.

Page 28 of  66

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 Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Ericales

Epacridaceae

Southern Heaths

(90 out of 458 species in Australia)

Andersonia gracilis

Slender Andersonia

Endangered

50

1999


Andersonia heterophylla

Rice-flower

64

2005


Astroloma glaucescens

Native Cranberry

71

2005


Astroloma microdonta

Sandplain Cranberry

90

2005


Astroloma stomarrhena

Red Swamp Cranberry

54

2004


Astroloma xerophyllum

Native Cranberry

62

2006


Conostephium magnum

Pearl Flower

92

2005


Conostephium preissii

Pearl Flower

51

2006


Leucopogon allittii

Beard-heath

76

2002


Leucopogon cochlearifolius

Beard-heath

85

1999


Leucopogon crassiflorus

Beard-heath

61

2003


Leucopogon hispidus

Beard-heath

100

2006


Leucopogon insularis

Beard-heath

61

2002


Leucopogon interruptus

Beard-heath

83

Leucopogon leptanthus



Beard-heath

75

2006



Leucopogon marginatus

Thick-margined Beard-heath

Endangered

53

2006



Leucopogon oblongus

Beard-heath

67

2002


Leucopogon obtectus

Hidden Beard-heath

Endangered

100


2004

Leucopogon oldfieldii

Oldfields Beard-heath

86

2005



Leucopogon oliganthus

Beard-heath

55

2005


Leucopogon phyllostachys

Beard-heath

96

2006


Leucopogon plumuliflorus

Beard-heath

67

1997


Leucopogon 

  sp. kalbarri

Beard-heath

100


2002

Leucopogon 

  sp. morseby range

Beard-heath

100

2002


Leucopogon 

  sp. outer wheatbelt

Beard-heath

100


2002

Leucopogon strongylophyllus

Beard-heath

62

2003



Leucopogon teretostylus

Beard-heath

50

1986


Lissanthe powelliae

Beard-heath

100

2004


Sphenotoma 

  sp. stirling range

Heath

92

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Epacridaceae.



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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 Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Fabales

Fabaceae

Peas

(446 out of 2583 species in Australia)

Acacia aciphylla

Wattle

76

2006



Acacia aculeiformis

Wattle


73

2006


Acacia adnata

Wattle


100

1982


Acacia ampliata

Wattle


80

2005


Acacia andrewsii

Wattle


55

2009


Acacia anthochaera

Kimberlys Wattle

85

2007


Acacia aprica

Wattle


Endangered

100


2004

Acacia aristulata

Wattle

Endangered



50

2000


Acacia ashbyae

Ashby's Wattle

96

2006


Acacia aulacophylla

Wattle


52

2005


Acacia auronitens

Wattle


88

2005


Acacia bartleana

Wattle


100

2001


Acacia blakelyi

Wattle


91

2006


Acacia carens

Wattle


100

2002


Acacia cavealis

Wattle


100

2001


Acacia chapmanii

Wattle


73

2004


Acacia cochlocarpa

Spiral Fruited Wattle

61

2004


Acacia comans

Wattle


100

1998


Acacia congesta

Wattle


76

2004


Acacia costata

Wattle


53

1988


Acacia daviesioides

Wattle


55

2005


Acacia denticulosa

Sandpaper Wattle

Vulnerable

50

1993



Acacia dilatata

Wattle


77

2006


Acacia empelioclada

Wattle


50

Acacia epacantha

Wattle

70

2004



Acacia fagonioides

Wattle


95

1998


Acacia flabellifolia

Wattle


85

2005


Acacia gelasina

Wattle


95

2003


Acacia guinetii

Guinets Wattle

100

2002


Acacia hopperiana

Wattle


94

2006


Acacia idiomorpha

Yellow Wattle

85

2004


Acacia isoneura

Wattle


93

2006


Acacia jibberdingensis

Jibberding Wattle

51

2005


Acacia lanceolata

Wattle


92

2002


Acacia latipes

Wattle


51

2004


Acacia ligustrina

Wattle


52

2005


Acacia lineolata

Dwarf Myall

54

2007


Acacia longiphyllodinea

Yalgoo


89

2003


Acacia megacephala

Wattle


100

2004


Acacia neurophylla

Wattle


52

2002


Acacia nodiflora

Wattle


56

2000


Acacia obtecta

Wattle


52

2006


Acacia oldfieldii

Wattle


100

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%.

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