Arn Tolsma, Geoff Sutter, Fiona Coates



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Recovery of Victorian rare or threatened plant species after the 2009 bushfires

Black Saturday Victoria 2009 – Natural values fire recovery program



Arn Tolsma, Geoff Sutter, Fiona Coates
Recovery of Victorian rare or threatened plant species after the 2009 bushfires

Arn Tolsma, Geoff Sutter and Fiona Coates

Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research

Department of Sustainability and Environment

PO Box 137, Heidelberg VIC 3084



This project is No. 9 of the program ‘Rebuilding Together’ funded by the Victorian and Commonwealth governments’ Statewide Bushfire Recovery Plan, launched October 2009.

Published by the Victorian Government Department of Sustainability and Environment Melbourne, February 2012

© The State of Victoria Department of Sustainability and Environment 2012

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ISBN 978-1-74287-436-4 (print)


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Disclaimer: This publication may be of assistance to you but the State of Victoria and its employees do not guarantee that the publication is without flaw of any kind or is wholly appropriate for your particular purposes and therefore disclaims all liability for any error, loss or other consequence which may arise from you relying on any information in this publication.

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Citation: Tolsma, A., Sutter, G., and Coates, F. (2012). Recovery of Victorian rare or threatened plant species after the 2009 bushfires – Natural values fire recovery program. Department of Sustainability and Environment, Heidelberg, Victoria.

Front Cover photograph: Pultenaea weindorferi (Swamp Bush-pea) at Bunyip State Park, October 2010 (Geoff Sutter).

All photographs in this report by Arn Tolsma or Geoff Suttter unless otherwise credited.



Contents

Acknowledgments ii

Summary iii

1 Introduction 1

2 Methods 2

3 Results of population surveys 5

3.1 Acacia alpina – Alpine Wattle (r) 8

3.2 Acacia leprosa var. graveolens – Southern Varnish Wattle (k) 8

3.3 Acacia leprosa var. uninervia – Large-leaf Cinnamon Wattle (r) 9

3.4 Acacia uncifolia – Coast Wirilda (r) 10

3.5 Acacia verticillata subsp. ruscifolia – Broad-leaf Prickly Moses (r) 11

3.6 Adiantum diaphanum – Filmy Maidenhair (e, L) 12

3.7 Adriana quadripartita – Coast Bitter-bush (v) 12

3.8 Allocasuarina media – Prom Sheoak (k) 13

3.9 Argentipallium dealbatum – Silver Everlasting (r) 13

3.10 Asplenium obtusatum subsp. northlandicum – Shore Spleenwort (v) 14

3.11 Australina pusilla subsp. pusilla – Small Shade-nettle (r) 14

3.12 Baeckea latifolia – Subalpine Baeckea (r) 15

3.13 Baumea laxa – Lax Twig-sedge (r) 16

3.14 Brachyscome obovata – Baw Baw Daisy (r) 16

3.15 Carex blakei – Alpine Sedge (r) 17

3.16 Cephalomanes caudatum – Jungle Bristle-fern (r) 17

3.17 Cladium procerum – Leafy Twig-sedge (r) 18

3.18 Correa reflexa var. lobata – Powelltown Correa (r) 18

3.19 Cyathea cunninghamii – Slender Tree-fern (v, L) 19

3.20 Derwentia nivea – Milfoil Speedwell (r) 20

3.21 Epacris microphylla var. rhombifolia – Mountain Coral Heath (r) 20

3.22 Epacris petrophila – Snow Heath (r) 21

3.23 Eucalyptus alligatrix subsp. alligatrix – Silver Stringybark (includes E. alligatrix s.l.) (r) 22

3.24 Eucalyptus fulgens – Green Scentbark (r) 23

3.25 Eucalyptus kitsoniana – Bog Gum (r) 24

3.26 Eucalyptus willisii supsp. willisii – Promontory Peppermint (r) 24

3.27 Euchiton umbricola – Cliff Cudweed (r) 25

3.28 Exocarpos syrticola – Coast Ballart (r) 26

3.29 Gahnia grandis – Brickmaker’s Sedge (v) 27

3.30 Gaultheria hispida – Snow-berry (e, L) 27

3.31 Goodia pubescens – Silky Golden-tip (r) 28

3.32 Grevillea barklyana – Gully Grevillea (v, L) 29

3.33 Grevillea chrysophaea – Golden Grevillea (r) 30

3.34 Grevillea monslacana – Lake Mountain Grevillea (r) 31

3.35 Grevillea repens – Creeping Grevillea (r) 32

3.36 Hakea decurrens subsp. platytaenia – Coast Needlewood (r) 33

3.37 Haloragis myriocarpa – Prickly Raspwort (v) 33

3.38 Herpolirion novae-zelandiae – Sky Lily (r) 34

3.39 Hibbertia hirticalyx – Bass Guinea-flower (r) 34

3.40 Lastreopsis hispida – Bristly Shield-fern (r) 35

3.41 Leionema bilobum subsp. serrulatum (subsp. 3, West Gippsland) – Toothed Leionema (r) 36

3.42 Leptecophylla juniperina subsp. oxycedrus – Crimson berry (v) 37

3.43 Lindsaea trichomanoides – Oval Wedge-fern (e) 37

3.44 Monotoca glauca – Currant-wood (r) 38

3.45 Olearia asterotricha – Rough Daisy-bush (r) 38

3.46 Oreobolus oxycarpus subsp. oxycarpus – Tuft-rush (r) 39

3.47 Pellaea nana – Dwarf Sickle-fern (r) 40




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