Wild plants, Western Australia, Dandaragan region (WA), Remnant vegetation, Nature conservation, Vegetation, Maps, Vegetation management, Surveys
A study involving the documentation of the extent and floristic composition of patches of native vegetation left uncleared by agricultural development is described. Floristic regions were defined in the study area by detailed analysis of the floristic data. The concentration of the major conservation reserves in only a few of these regions left the floristic variation of most of these regions poorly represented conservation reserves. About 13 percent of the private property remains uncleared.
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Griffin, E A. (1990), Floristic survey of remnant vegetation in the Dandaragan area, Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Report 143, 133p.
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