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Regional ecosystem descriptions

RE ID Description VMA class Biodiversity status
7.12.5Eucalyptus pellita +/- Corymbia intermedia open forest, or Acacia mangium and Lophostemon suaveolens open forest, (or vine forest with these species as emergents), on granite and rhyoliteOf concernEndangered
7.12.6Semi-deciduous mesophyll vine forest on granites and rhyolites of the moist and dry lowlands and foothillsOf concernOf concern
7.12.7Simple to complex microphyll to notophyll vine forest, often with Agathis robusta or A. microstachya, on granites and rhyolites of moist foothills and uplandsLeast concernNo concern at present
7.12.9Acacia celsa open forest to closed forest, on granites and rhyolitesOf concernOf concern
7.12.10Notophyll vine forest with emergent Araucaria cunninghamii of the moist and dry foothills and uplands on granites and rhyolites of the Seaview and Paluma RangesOf concernOf concern
7.12.11Simple to complex notophyll vine forest and semi-evergreen notophyll vine forest of rocky areas and talus, on moist foothills and uplands on granite and rhyoliteLeast concernOf concern
7.12.12Acacia mangium and A. celsa open forest to closed forest or A. polystachya woodland to closed forest of granite and rhyolite foothillsOf concernOf concern
7.12.13Acacia melanoxylon and A. celsa closed forest of cloudy wet uplands and highlands on granites and rhyolitesOf concernOf concern
7.12.16Simple to complex notophyll vine forest, including small areas of Araucaria bidwillii, of cloudy wet and moist uplands and highlands on granites and rhyolitesLeast concernNo concern at present
7.12.17Corymbia torelliana open forest usually with a well-developed simple notophyll vine forest element on granites and rhyolitesOf concernEndangered
7.12.19Simple microphyll vine-fern forest with Balanops australiana, Elaeocarpus spp. +/- Trochocarpa bellendenkerensis +/- Uromyrtus spp. +/- Agathis atropurpurea of cloudy wet highlands on granite and rhyoliteLeast concernNo concern at present
7.12.20Simple microphyll vine-fern thicket of windswept exposed peaks on graniteOf concernOf concern
7.12.21Eucalyptus grandis open forest to woodland, or Corymbia intermedia, E. pellita, and E. grandis, open forest to woodland, (or vine forest with these species as emergents) on granite and rhyoliteLeast concernEndangered
7.12.22Eucalyptus resinifera +/- E. portuensis +/- Syncarpia glomulifera tall open forest to tall woodland (or vine forest with these species as emergents) of granite and rhyolite uplands and highlandsLeast concernEndangered
7.12.23Corymbia intermedia and/or C. tessellaris +/- Eucalyptus tereticornis, open forest to tall open forest to woodland (or vine forest with these species as emergents) on coastal granite and rhyolite headlands and near-coastal foothillsOf concernEndangered
7.12.24Eucalyptus portuensis and Corymbia intermedia open forest to woodland (or vine forest with E. portuensis and C. intermedia emergents) on foothills and uplands on granite and rhyoliteLeast concernNo concern at present
7.12.25Eucalyptus cloeziana open forest to woodland on granite and rhyolite, often on poorly drained soilsOf concernOf concern
7.12.26Syncarpia glomulifera +/- Corymbia intermedia +/- Allocasuarina spp. open forest, or Lophostemon suaveolens, Allocasuarina littoralis, C. intermedia shrubland +/- vine forest spp. on exposed ridgelines or steep slopes on granite and rhyoliteLeast concernNo concern at present
7.12.27Eucalyptus reducta open forest to woodland on uplands and highlands on shallow granitic and rhyolitic soilsLeast concernNo concern at present
7.12.28Eucalyptus platyphylla +/- E. drepanophylla +/- Corymbia spp. open woodland to open forest on granite and rhyoliteLeast concernNo concern at present
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16 April 2019
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