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Regional ecosystem descriptions

RE ID Description VMA class Biodiversity status
12.3.1Gallery rainforest (notophyll vine forest) on alluvial plainsEndangeredEndangered
12.3.2Eucalyptus grandis tall open forest on alluvial plainsOf concernOf concern
12.3.3Eucalyptus tereticornis woodland on Quaternary alluviumEndangeredEndangered
12.3.4Melaleuca quinquenervia, Eucalyptus robusta woodland on coastal alluviumOf concernOf concern
12.3.5Melaleuca quinquenervia open forest on coastal alluviumLeast concernNo concern at present
12.3.6Melaleuca quinquenervia +/- Eucalyptus tereticornis, Lophostemon suaveolens open forest on coastal alluvial plainsLeast concernNo concern at present
12.3.7Eucalyptus tereticornis, Casuarina cunninghamiana subsp. cunninghamiana +/- Melaleuca spp. fringing woodlandLeast concernOf concern
12.3.8Swamps with Cyperus spp., Schoenoplectus spp. and Eleocharis spp.Of concernOf concern
12.3.9Eucalyptus nobilis open forest on alluvial plainsOf concernOf concern
12.3.10Eucalyptus populnea woodland on alluvial plainsEndangeredEndangered
12.3.11Eucalyptus tereticornis +/- Eucalyptus siderophloia, Corymbia intermedia open forest on alluvial plains, usually near coastOf concernOf concern
12.3.12Eucalyptus latisinensis or E. exserta, Melaleuca viridiflora var. viridiflora woodland on alluvial plainsLeast concernNo concern at present
12.3.13Closed heathland on seasonally waterlogged alluvial plains usually near coastLeast concernNo concern at present
12.3.14Banksia aemula low woodland on alluvial plains, usually near coastOf concernOf concern
12.3.15Corymbia intermedia, Syncarpia glomulifera open forest on granite outwashOf concernOf concern
12.3.16Complex notophyll to microphyll vine forest on alluvial plainsEndangeredEndangered
12.3.17Simple notophyll fringing forest usually dominated by Waterhousea floribundaOf concernEndangered
12.3.18Melaleuca irbyana low open forest on alluvial plainsEndangeredEndangered
12.3.19Eucalyptus moluccana and/or Eucalyptus tereticornis and E. crebra open forest to woodland, with a sparse to mid-dense understorey of Melaleuca irbyana on alluvial plainsEndangeredEndangered
12.3.20Melaleuca quinquenervia, Casuarina glauca +/- Eucalyptus tereticornis, E. siderophloia open forest on low coastal alluvial plainsEndangeredEndangered
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Last updated
8 December 2021
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