Recovery plan for threatened grassy plants of dry fertile sites, 2003-13

by Cathy Jones

Publisher: Dept. of Conservation in Wellington, N.Z

Written in English
Published: Pages: 26 Downloads: 547
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  • Rare plants -- New Zealand -- South Island.,
  • Herbs -- Conservation -- New Zealand -- South Island.

Edition Notes

Other titlesThreatened grassy plants of dry fertile sites
StatementCathy Jones.
SeriesThreatened species recovery plan,, 52, Threatened species recovery plan series ;, 52.
ContributionsNew Zealand. Dept. of Conservation.
LC ClassificationsSB351.H5 J66 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination26 p. :
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3378583M
ISBN 100478225482
LC Control Number2004484311

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 23). The overall objective of the Tasmanian Threatened Ferns Recovery Plan is to reduce the risk of extinction of threatened fern populations in the wild by ensuring habitat protection for all taxa, and to secure all populations under effective management regimes within the next five :// /files/  Web view.

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Coastal Enriched Sandstone Dry Forest is commonly encountered on the upper slopes and dry gullies of Sydney urban areas. It is a tall open eucalypt forest with an understorey of dry sclerophyll shrubs with ferns and forbs amongst the ground cover.

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The National Recovery Plan for the species lists two key threats to the survival of existing populations: loss of habitat and degradation of habitat (NPWS a). Over 90% of the original distribution of the species has been cleared. Threats to remaining sites include weed invasion, mechanical damage, Bromus secalinus is a serious grassy weed infesting winter rye (Secale cereale), winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) and other cereal crops.

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