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Regional ecosystem descriptions

RE ID Description VMA class Biodiversity status
2.3.1Eriachne burkittii, Xerochloa imberbis, Oryza australiensis and Ophiuros exaltatus in mixed tussock grasslands on coastal alluvial plainsLeast concernNo concern at present
2.3.2Freshwater and brackish wetlands in old river channels on low plains adjacent to estuarine zoneLeast concernNo concern at present
2.3.3Astrebla squarrosa and/or A. elymoides and/or Iseilema spp. tussock grassland on active Quaternary alluvial plainsLeast concernNo concern at present
2.3.4Eulalia aurea, Panicum decompositum, Astrebla pectinata and Dichanthium spp. in mixed tussock grasslands on active Quaternary alluvial plains within Tertiary clay depositsLeast concernNo concern at present
2.3.5Lysiphyllum cunninghamii woodland on plains of calcareous claysOf concernOf concern
2.3.6Eucalyptus camaldulensis, Terminalia platyphylla, Corymbia bella and E. microtheca in mixed woodlands fringing minor watercourses in Cretaceous mudstone landscapesOf concernOf concern
2.3.7Acacia cambagei +/- Eucalyptus microtheca low woodland on fine-textured Quaternary alluvial plainsLeast concernNo concern at present
2.3.8Eucalyptus microtheca, Corymbia spp., Lysiphyllum cunninghamii low open woodland with Dichanthium spp. on plains and low rises of texture contrast soils and earthsOf concernOf concern
2.3.9Lysiphyllum cunninghamii and/or Eucalyptus microtheca +/- Corymbia confertiflora low open woodland on active Quaternary alluvial plains (outer zones of river deltas)Least concernOf concern
2.3.10Eucalyptus chlorophylla +/- Melaleuca spp., Eucalyptus microtheca and Corymbia polycarpa low open woodland on Quaternary alluvial depositsLeast concernNo concern at present
2.3.11Eucalyptus microtheca +/- Excoecaria parvifolia, Atalaya hemiglauca, Grevillea striata low woodland on active Quaternary alluvial plains with cracking clay soilsLeast concernNo concern at present
2.3.12Eucalyptus microtheca and/or Excoecaria parvifolia open woodland on seasonally flooded plains/depressions with numerous distributary channelsLeast concernOf concern
2.3.13Acacia stenophylla low woodland in seasonal swamps on active Quaternary alluvial plainsOf concernOf concern
2.3.14Duma florulenta shrubland in channelled depressions in floodplainsOf concernEndangered
2.3.15Eucalyptus microtheca woodland to low open woodland with Sarga spp. in seasonally flooded depressions on gleyed podsolicsLeast concernNo concern at present
2.3.16Billabongs (preferential channel waterholes) on active Quaternary alluvial plains, fringed with Eucalyptus spp., Corymbia spp., and Melaleuca spp.Least concernOf concern
2.3.17Eucalyptus microtheca +/- Excoecaria parvifolia, Lysiphyllum cunninghamii, Atalaya hemiglauca woodland fringing channels in fine-textured alluvial systemsLeast concernOf concern
2.3.18Atalaya hemiglauca, Grevillea striata, Vachellia sutherlandii and Eucalyptus microtheca in mixed low woodlands on active Quaternary alluvial plainsLeast concernOf concern
2.3.19Eucalyptus tectifica +/- Corymbia confertiflora woodland on old alluvial plains (recent Pleistocene surface)Least concernNo concern at present
2.3.20Corymbia bella, Eucalyptus pruinosa, C. terminalis, Lysiphyllum cunninghamii in mixed woodlands on active levees and alluvial plains in the westLeast concernOf concern

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18 May 2023