Threatened ecological communities in South Australia
Map of threatened ecological communities in South Australia
The map below shows areas in South Australia where threatened ecological communities may occur.
- Buloke Woodlands of the Riverina and Murray-Darling Depression Bioregions
- Giant Kelp Marine Forests of South East Australia
- Grey Box (Eucalyptus microcarpa) Grassy Woodlands and Derived Native Grasslands of South-eastern Australia
- Iron-grass Natural Temperate Grassland of South Australia
- NRM regions
- Peppermint Box (Eucalyptus odorata) Grassy Woodland of South Australia
- Seasonal Herbaceous Wetlands (Freshwater) of the Temperate Lowland Plains
- Swamps of the Fleurieu Peninsula
- The community of native species dependent on natural discharge of groundwater from the Great Artesian Basin
- Eyre Peninsula Blue Gum (Eucalyptus petiolaris) Woodland
- Kangaroo Island Narrow-leaved Mallee (Eucalyptus cneorifolia) Woodland
- Subtropical and Temperate Coastal Saltmarsh
These maps are for display purposes at a broad-scale and only show indicative distribution of threatened ecological communities. They should not be used for environmental assessment and approval processes. Ground-truthing is required to verify the presence of a threatened ecological community for site based projects, planning or investment decisions. Such decisions should refer to the relevant listing advice and conservation advice available in SPRAT.
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