Vegetation types, Botany, Vegetation surveys, Taxonomy, Western Australia, Mapping
A database of plant lists from over 2,500 sites was compiled from the the Northern Sandplains between Perth and Geraldton. Over 2,500 plant taxa were recorded from the area. Preliminary classification revealed in the order of 500 different floristic types. Analysis of these demonstrated strong regional patterns of floristic composition related to geology and soils. Consistencies in these patterns indicated a need to review the location of some of the botanical district boundaries.
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Griffin, E A. (1994), Floristic survey of Northern sandplains between Perth and Geraldton. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Report 144, 213p.
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