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Threatened flora species known to be susceptible to Phytophthora cinnamomi
Species shown in Appendix A are listed as threatened under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 and are known to be susceptible to disease from P. cinnamomi infection.
Susceptibility information is from O’Gara et al. (2005a), which compiles published material, unpublished records and observations of individual researchers on the responses of native plants to P. cinnamomi. For further detail relating to native species not listed under the EPBC Act, please refer to O’Gara et al. 2005a.
Several additional EPBC listed species were confirmed as susceptible by Barrett et al. (2008), Kueh et al. (2012) and Tim Rudman pers. comm. (2012).