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Biodiversity summary for Northern Agricultural WA



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Biodiversity summary for Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Eremaea asterocarpa

Eremaea

57

2005



Eremaea atala

Eremaea


100

1994


Eremaea beaufortioides

Eremaea


95

2004


Eremaea brevifolia

Eremaea


85

2002


Eremaea dendroidea

Eremaea


57

2003


Eremaea ebracteata

Eremaea


96

2005


Eremaea ectadioclada

Eremaea


100

1999


Eremaea fimbriata

Eremaea


66

2001


Eremaea hadra

Eremaea


100

2002


Eremaea violacea

Eremaea


95

2005


Eucalyptus abdita

Eucalypt


100

2003


Eucalyptus absita

Badgingarra Box

Endangered

100


2003

Eucalyptus angularis

Eucalypt

100


1994

Eucalyptus annuliformis

Eucalypt

100


2004

Eucalyptus aquilina

Cape Le Grand Mallee

55

Eucalyptus arachnaea



Blackstemmed Mallee

66

2007



Eucalyptus balanites

Cadda Road Mallee

Endangered

60

2000



Eucalyptus baudiniana

Eucalypt


89

2000


Eucalyptus beardiana

Beards Mallee

Endangered

69

2007



Eucalyptus blaxellii

Howatharra Mallee

Vulnerable

100


2007

Eucalyptus brachycorys

Cowcowing Mallee

54

2007



Eucalyptus conveniens

Eucalypt


100

2002


Eucalyptus crispata

Yandanooka Mallee

Vulnerable

100


2005

Eucalyptus cuprea

Mallee Box

Endangered

100

2003


Eucalyptus diminuta

Eucalypt


97

2006


Eucalyptus dolichocera

Eucalypt


69

2006


Eucalyptus dolorosa

Dandaragan Mallee

Endangered

100


2004

Eucalyptus ebbanoensis

Sandplain Mallee

51

2002



Eucalyptus educta

Eucalypt


100

1998


Eucalyptus erythrocorys

Red-capped Gum

83

2007


Eucalyptus eudesmioides

Myallie


65

2007


Eucalyptus flavida

Yellow flowered Mallee

50

Eucalyptus gittinsii



Northern Sandplain Mallee

90

2001



Eucalyptus impensa

Eneabba Mallee

Endangered

100


2005

Eucalyptus johnsoniana

Johnsons Mallee

Vulnerable

100

2005


Eucalyptus jucunda

Yuna Mallee

84

2006


Eucalyptus lanepoolei

Salmonbark Wandoo

50

2005


Eucalyptus lateritica

Laterite Mallee

Vulnerable

100


2002

Eucalyptus leprophloia

Scaly Butt Mallee

Endangered

100

2005


Eucalyptus macrocarpa

Mallee Rose

58

2005


Eucalyptus obtusiflora

Dongarra Mallee

67

2006


Eucalyptus oraria

Ooragmandee

57

2003


Eucalyptus pendens

Badjingara

100

2007


Eucalyptus pruiniramis

Jingymia Gum

Endangered

75

2004



Eucalyptus pyriformis

Dowerin Rose

65

2004


Eucalyptus rhodantha

Rose Mallee

73

2005


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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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Biodiversity summary for Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Eucalyptus sparsicoma

Eucalypt

77

Eucalyptus suberea



Mount Lesueur Mallee

Vulnerable

100

2002


Eucalyptus synandra

Jingymia Mallee

Vulnerable

73

2007



Eucalyptus todtiana

Coastal Blackbutt

67

2007


Eucalyptus zopherophloia

Blackbutt Mallee

77

2007


Homalocalyx aurea

Myrtle


96

2003


Homalocalyx chapmanii

Myrtle


100

2003


Homalocalyx coarctatus

Myrtle


59

2000


Homalocalyx inerrabundus

Myrtle


100

2002


Hypocalymma linifolium

Myrtle


100

2002


Hypocalymma longifolium

Myrtle


Endangered

100


2005

Hypocalymma serrulatum

Myrtle

71

2005



Hypocalymma tenuatum

Myrtle


100

2002


Hypocalymma tetrapterum

Myrtle


100

1982


Hypocalymma tetrapterum

Myrtle


82

2005


Hypocalymma xanthopetalum

Myrtle


85

2005


Kunzea praestans

Kunzea


59

2005


Leptospermum exsertum

Tea tree


100

2007


Malleostemon hursthousei

Myrtle


100

2005


Malleostemon peltiger

Myrtle


77

2006


Malleostemon roseus

Myrtle


50

2003


Melaleuca amydra

Honey-myrtle

96

2002


Melaleuca barlowii

Honey-myrtle

100

2006


Melaleuca basicephala

Honey-myrtle

54

Melaleuca beardii



Honey-myrtle

100


2000

Melaleuca bisulcata

Honey-myrtle

92

2005



Melaleuca caeca

Honey-myrtle

62

2003


Melaleuca calothamnoides

Honey-myrtle

100

1996


Melaleuca campanae

Honey-myrtle

92

2004


Melaleuca ciliosa

Honey-myrtle

70

2006


Melaleuca clavifolia

Honey-myrtle

88

2006


Melaleuca delta

Honey-myrtle

60

2000


Melaleuca depressa

Honey-myrtle

96

2003


Melaleuca dichroma

Honey-myrtle

90

2005


Melaleuca diosmifolia

Honey-myrtle

69

Melaleuca fabri



Honey-myrtle

77

2003



Melaleuca filifolia

Honey-myrtle

87

2005


Melaleuca hollidayi

Honey-myrtle

88

2003


Melaleuca huttensis

Honey-myrtle

100

2003


Melaleuca idana

Honey-myrtle

78

2006


Melaleuca laetifica

Honey-myrtle

100

1996


Melaleuca lara

Honey-myrtle

100

2003


Melaleuca leuropoma

Honey-myrtle

97

2006


Melaleuca longistaminea

Honey-myrtle

90

2006


Melaleuca megacephala

Honey-myrtle

89

2005


Melaleuca nematophylla

Honey-myrtle

100

1998


Page 39 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%.

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Biodiversity summary for Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Melaleuca oldfieldii

Honey-myrtle

90

2001



Melaleuca psammophila

Honey-myrtle

89

2005


Melaleuca ryeae

Honey-myrtle

73

2000


Melaleuca sclerophylla

Honey-myrtle

57

2006


Melaleuca stereophloia

Honey-myrtle

68

2006


Melaleuca tinkeri

Honey-myrtle

96

2001


Melaleuca trichophylla

Honey-myrtle

52

2005


Melaleuca urceolaris

Honey-myrtle

69

2005


Melaleuca venusta

Honey-myrtle

100

1992


Melaleuca zonalis

Honey-myrtle

100

2000


Micromyrtus rogeri

Myrtle


75

2004


Micromyrtus uniovula

Myrtle


100

2004


Phymatocarpus porphyrocephalus

Myrtle


75

2005


Pileanthus aurantiacus

Myrtle


100

1995


Pileanthus bellus

Myrtle


67

2003


Pileanthus filifolius

Myrtle


86

2005


Pileanthus limacis

Myrtle


100

1974


Pileanthus peduncularis

Coppercups

86

2003


Pileanthus rubronitidus

Myrtle


86

1998


Scholtzia capitata

Myrtle


79

1996


Scholtzia ciliata

Myrtle


80

2005


Scholtzia laxiflora

Myrtle


98

2006


Scholtzia oligandra

Myrtle


86

1997


Scholtzia parviflora

Myrtle


79

2007


Scholtzia 

  sp. ajana

Myrtle

100


2002

Scholtzia 

  sp. east yuna

Myrtle


100

Scholtzia 

  sp. eneabba

Myrtle


100

2002


Scholtzia 

  sp. eradu

Myrtle

86

2002



Scholtzia 

  sp. eurardy

Myrtle

100


1997

Scholtzia 

  sp. kalbarri

Myrtle


100

1981


Scholtzia 

  sp. red bluff

Myrtle

100


1968

Scholtzia 

  sp. red bluff

Myrtle


100

1981


Scholtzia 

  sp. yerina springs

Myrtle

100


1997

Scholtzia 

  sp. z-bend

Myrtle


100

1999


Scholtzia spatulata

Myrtle


100

2002


Scholtzia teretifolia

Myrtle


92

2002


Scholtzia uberiflora

Myrtle


100

2002


Page 40 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%.

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Biodiversity summary for Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Thryptomene cuspidata

Myrtle

52

2005



Thryptomene denticulata

Myrtle


89

2007


Thryptomene duplicata

Myrtle


100

2004


Thryptomene hyporhytis

Myrtle


96

2006


Thryptomene johnsonii

Myrtle


60

2001


Thryptomene mucronulata

Myrtle


69

2005


Thryptomene racemulosa

Myrtle


73

2007


Thryptomene 

  sp. east yuna

Myrtle

100


Thryptomene 

  sp. geraldton

Myrtle

100


1984

Thryptomene 

  sp. mingenew

Myrtle


100

1981


Thryptomene 

  sp. moresby range

Myrtle

100


2002

Thryptomene 

  sp. red bluff

Myrtle


100

1998


Thryptomene stenophylla

Myrtle


90

2004


Thryptomene striata

Myrtle


100

2004


Thryptomene strongylophylla

Myrtle


91

2006


Verticordia aereiflora

Featherflower

100

1997


Verticordia albida

Featherflower

Endangered

100


2005

Verticordia amphigia

Featherflower

100


2005

Verticordia aurea

Featherflower

90

2005



Verticordia auriculata

Featherflower

54

1995


Verticordia blepharophylla

Featherflower

95

2006


Verticordia capillaris

Featherflower

97

2004


Verticordia centipeda

Featherflower

100

1999


Verticordia chrysostachys

Featherflower

100

2005


Verticordia comosa

Featherflower

100

2000


Verticordia cooloomia

Featherflower

100

1986


Verticordia dichroma

Featherflower

100

1997


Verticordia etheliana

Featherflower

79

1990


Verticordia forrestii

Featherflower

50

1963


Verticordia fragrans

Featherflower

100

2005


Verticordia galeata

Featherflower

100

2004


Verticordia grandis

Featherflower

96

2005


Verticordia halophila

Featherflower

50

1991


Verticordia laciniata

Featherflower

97

2005


Verticordia lepidophylla

Featherflower

79

1996


Verticordia monadelpha

Featherflower

72

1998


Verticordia muellerana

Featherflower

100

1988


Verticordia muelleriana

Featherflower

76

1988


Verticordia nobilis

Featherflower

89

2006


Verticordia oculata

Featherflower

85

2003


Verticordia ovalifolia

Featherflower

54

2006


Verticordia patens

Featherflower

73

1997


Page 41 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%.

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Biodiversity summary for Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Verticordia penicillaris

Featherflower

100


2005

Verticordia pholidophylla

Featherflower

100


2001

Verticordia plumosa

Featherflower

Endangered

7

2003


Verticordia polytricha

Featherflower

86

2004


Verticordia preissii

Featherflower

50

1988


Verticordia rennieana

Featherflower

51

2005


Verticordia rutilastra

Featherflower

91

1999


Verticordia spicata

Featherflower

82

1997


Verticordia stelluligera

Featherflower

100

2004


Verticordia venusta

Featherflower

50

2003


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Myrtaceae.

Pinales

Cupressaceae

Native Cypress

(7 out of 23 species in Australia)

Actinostrobus acuminatus

Dwarf Cypress

74

2005



Actinostrobus arenarius

Sandplain Cypress

74

2005


This region rates highly for endemism of Cupressaceae.

Page 42 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

Poales

Cyperaceae

Sedges

(103 out of 731 species in Australia)

Caustis gigas

100

2002


Chrysitrix distigmatosa

50

2009



Eleocharis keigheryi

Vulnerable

22

2001


Eleocharis papillosa

Vulnerable

5

1998


Lepidosperma rupestre

100


1991

Mesomelaena pseudostygia

59

2005


Schoenus andrewsii

58

2002



Schoenus badius

100


1980

Schoenus griffinianus

67

2005


Schoenus indutus

50

1981



Schoenus insolitus

100


2003

Schoenus latitans

78

2003


Schoenus rigens

50

2002



Schoenus 

  sp. grassy

100

Schoenus 



  sp. kulin

50

2002



Tetraria microcarpa

67

2005



This region rates highly for endemism of Cyperaceae.

Ecdeiocoleaceae

(1 out of 2 species in Australia)

Ecdeiocolea monostachya

59

2009


Poaceae

Grasses

(109 out of 1057 species in Australia)

Glyceria drummondii

67

1996


Lachnagrostis drummondiana

100


Triodia bromoides

54

2004



Triodia danthonioides

80

2006



Triodia dielsii

100


1991

Triodia longipalea

58

2002


Page 43 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%.

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Biodiversity summary for Northern Agricultural WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Restionaceae

Restiona Sedges

(52 out of 146 species in Australia)

Alexgeorgea nitens

55

2007


Alexgeorgea subterranea

100


2006

Catacolea enodis

100

2006


Chordifex chaunocoleus

Vulnerable

44

2002


Chordifex reseminans

100


2002

Chordifex sinuosus

63

2007


Desmocladus elongatus

100


2003

Desmocladus glomeratus

100

2006


Desmocladus lateriticus

65

2006



Desmocladus semiplanus

100


2007

Desmocladus virgatus

71

2006


Harperia ferruginipes

100


2003

Hypolaena robusta

60

2003


Lepidobolus basiflorus

100


1995

Lepidobolus densus

60

2009


Lepidobolus quadratus

100


2003

Lepyrodia curvescens

75

2003


Loxocarya gigas

100


2005

Lyginia excelsa

75

2003


Onychosepalum microcarpum

60

1996



Onychosepalum nodatum

100


1999

This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Restionaceae.

Page 44 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

Proteales

Proteaceae

Banksias, Grevilleas 

and Allies

(341 out of 1147 species in Australia)

Adenanthos filifolius

Woollybush

50

Adenanthos stictus



Woollybush

94

2002



Banksia benthamiana

Banksia


81

2004


Banksia burdettii

Banksia


85

2006


Banksia candolleana

Banksia


91

2005


Banksia chamaephyton

Banksia


86

2005


Banksia elegans

Banksia


100

2005


Banksia grossa

Banksia


100

2005


Banksia hookeriana

Banksia


96

2005


Banksia incana

Banksia


74

2007


Banksia lanata

Banksia


100

2002


Banksia leptophylla

Banksia


85

2006


Banksia lindleyana

Banksia


83

2003


Banksia micrantha

Banksia


87

2005


Banksia prionotes

Banksia


56

2005


Banksia scabrella

Burma Road Banksia

88

2006


Banksia sceptrum

Banksia


85

2003


Banksia telmatiaea

Banksia


56

2005


Banksia tricuspis

Lesueur Banksia

100

2005


Banksia victoriae

Banksia


95

2004


Conospermum boreale

Smoke-bush

93

2004


Conospermum brachyphyllum

Smoke-bush

86

1996


Conospermum canaliculatum

Smoke-bush

50

2004


Conospermum crassinervium

Smoke-bush

73

2003


Conospermum glumaceum

Smoke-bush

55

2004


Conospermum incurvum

Smoke-bush

58

2006


Conospermum microflorum

Smoke-bush

66

2005


Conospermum nervosum

Smoke-bush

100

2004


Conospermum unilaterale

Smoke-bush

100

2005


Conospermum wycherleyi

Smoke-bush

95

1998


Dryandra 20

Dryandra


100

1984


Dryandra 22

Dryandra


100

1983


Dryandra 23

Dryandra


100

1980


Dryandra 42

Dryandra


100

1986


Dryandra 46

Dryandra


100

1986


Dryandra borealis

Dryandra


51

2006


Dryandra carlinoides

Dryandra


79

2006


Dryandra catoglypta

Dryandra


100

2005


Dryandra cypholoba

Dryandra


95

2005


Dryandra fraseri

Dryandra


51

2006


Dryandra glauca

Dryandra


85

2005


Dryandra hewardiana

Dryandra


68

2007


Page 45 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


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