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Warby, Killawarra and Lurg Hills species list

ZoneWarby, Killawarra and Lurg Hills
ProfileGranite Hills & Slopes
LandformWet Depressions
GeologyGranitic colluvium, poorly drained clays and silts, usually moist through summer
EVCSpring Soak Woodland
DescriptionWoodland sometimes treeless, often a patchy shrub layer dominated with Prickly Tea-tree over a ground layer of sedges, rushes, ferns and a diversity of herbs.
ExamplesBlack Springs on Nightjar Track, Warby-Ovens National Park.

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 dealbataSilver WattleT
Acacia melanoxylonBlackwoodT
Eucalyptus blakelyiBlakely's Red-gumT

Shrubs

Species NameCommon NameLife
Form
Notes
Leptospermum continentalePrickly Tea-treeMS

Groundcovers

Species NameCommon NameLife
Form
Notes

Footnotes

^Species from extended list. These may not be commonly available at nurseries.
Rare or threatened species
💧Wetter sites/depressions

Life Forms

LHLarge HerbMHMedium HerbSHSmall Herb
LNGLarge Non-tufted GraminoidMSMedium ShrubTTree
LTGLarge Tufted GraminoidMTGMedium Tufted Graminoid
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