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Dookie & Earlston Hills species list

ZoneDookie & Earlston Hills
ProfileLow Hills, Drainage Lines & Creeklines
LandformLower Slopes and Low Hills
GeologySedimentary derived colluvium, soils clay-loam.
EVCGrassy Woodland (Low Rises and Rainshadow)
DescriptionGrey Box and White Box dominated woodland with an open mid-storey of wattles, and a diverse grassy and herbaceous ground layer.
ExamplesFew intact examples known; Hume Rail Reserve along Curries Rd, Baddaginnie; Strathaird Rd Nature Conservation Reserve - lower slopes, Tamleugh; Dookie College Bushland Reserve - northern edge.

This plant (species) list has been compiled after extensive literature searches, ground truthing and collaboration with local botanical experts.

Plants appearing in the Standard Revegetation List are hardy and robust species that are strong competitors that will provide structure to a site. Species listed are commonly available at indigenous nurseries, however ordering early is recommended.

Plants appearing in the Enhanced Revegetation List are species that will provide diversity to a site and provide a missing layer, eg. small shrub and ground layer. Many of these species may be outcompeted in weedy sites therefore good weed management is essential. Species listed may not be commonly available from indigenous nurseries and may require advanced orders up to 18 months.

Plants appearing in the EVC Species List are a general representation of what species may be found within that EVC for that zone. Many species listed may not be available from indigenous nurseries.

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Trees > 5m

Species NameCommon NameLife
Form
Notes
Acacia implexaLightwoodT
Allocasuarina luehmanniiBulokeT
Eucalyptus albensWhite BoxT
Eucalyptus microcarpaGrey BoxT
Eucalyptus polyanthemos subsp. vestitaRed BoxT

Shrubs

Species NameCommon NameLife
Form
Notes
Acacia acinaceaGold-dust WattleMS
Acacia asperaRough WattleMSE
Acacia flexifoliaBent-leaf WattleMS
Acacia genistifoliaSpreading WattleMS
Acacia lanigeraWoolly WattleSSE
Acacia montanaMallee WattleMSW
Acacia pycnanthaGolden WattleMS
Acacia vernicifluaVarnish WattleMS
Bursaria spinosaSweet BursariaMS
Cassinia arcuataDrooping CassiniaMS
Indigofera australisAustral IndigoMSE,C

Groundcovers

Species NameCommon NameLife
Form
Notes

Footnotes

^Species from extended list. These may not be commonly available at nurseries.
Rare or threatened species
Listed FFG Act
💧Wetter sites/depressions
NNorthern part of zone
EEastern part of zone
WWestern part of zone
CCentral part of zone
Readily colonises

Life Forms

GFGround FernMNGMedium Non-tufted GraminoidSCScramble/Climber
LHLarge HerbMSMedium ShrubSHSmall Herb
LTGLarge Tufted GraminoidMTGMedium Tufted GraminoidSSSmall Shrub
MHMedium HerbPSProstrate ShrubTTree
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We acknowledge the Yorta Yorta and Taungurung people and their ancestors/forbears as Traditional Owners of the land and waters in the Goulburn Broken Catchment (and beyond). We value our ongoing partnerships with Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation and Taungurung Land and Waters Council for the health of Country and its people.


We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge and recognise the primacy of Traditional Owners obligations, rights and responsibilities to use and care for their traditional lands and waters.

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