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The following sections detail these. Plants were recorded from all four major vascular plant classes: cyc, conifers, ferns and flowering plants Table 5.

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Table Composition of plant classes and families recorded Plant class Sub-class of families of species Filicopsida ferns Cycadopsida cyc Coniferopsida conifers Magnoliopsida flowering plants Magnoliidae dicots Magnoliopsida flowering plants Liliidae monocots Totals all plants Seventy-six plant families were recorded Table 5. Fabaceae was the most speciose plant family, followed by Poaceae and Asteraceae.

Table 5. Shrubby growth-forms dominated the most speciose genera, ahead of grasses, forbs and trees. There are no weed species listed as a Weed of National ificance, Thorp and Lynch recorded within the project area.

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Two other ificant weeds were also recorded: galenia Galenia pubescens and panic veldtgrass Ehrharta erecta. These weeds are ificant environmental weeds, with the potential to ificantly modify the ecosystems that they invade Peake Figure 5. All of the mapped vegetation communities except six Planted, Improved Pasture, Derived Native Grasslands, Unimproved Pasture and the two Rehabilitation are naturally-occurring, although most have been ificantly modified during the past two centuries through extensive management, including clearing and regeneration. Most vegetation communities are widespread in the local area, while some occur much more extensively across a broader range of over kilometres.

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Some communities, however, have a more restricted local occurrence. In general, communities occurring on Triassic conglomerate are well represented in the local area, while those restricted to riparian zones and occurring on basalt-derived soils are less well represented. This grouping was undertaken primarily to determine the likely presence of threatened species habitat across the project area see Section 7.

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The following sub-sections provide the following information on each vegetation community: a floristic and structural description; the occurrence of each community in the project area in relation to the Open Cut and Surface Infrastructure Disturbance Areas; and the conservation status of the community. Detailed descriptions are provided for all of the vegetation communities identified within the project area, however regenerating variants or highly similar variants are grouped, where relevant. The community occurs on a variety of substrates ranging from sandy-loams and conglomerates to sands.

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Dominant canopy species include broad-leaved ironbark Eucalyptus fibrosanarrow-leaved stringybark E. Other common canopy trees include blue-leaved stringybark E. Grey gum E. Black cypress pine Callitris endlicherinarrow-leaved wattle Acacia linearifolia and Allocasuarina gymnanthera are widespread in the canopy and sub-canopy of Ironbark Open Forest Complex. Common and dominant shrubs recorded were blunt beard-heath Leucopogon muticusL.

A range of forbs, ferns and grasses characterise the community including poison rock fern Cheilanthes sieberi subsp. Ironbark Open Forest Complex is closely related to Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest, with which it intergrades, particularly in slope positions and on shallow soils with a high percentage of sandstone outcropping.

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Ironbark Open Forest Complex is also closely related to She-oak Low Forest, the latter of which develops in areas that are often on level, crest positions. Black cypress pine Callitris endlicheri is a common tree in the Ironbark Open Forest Complex that sometimes occurs in small, monospecific stands within the Ironbark Open Forest Complex, which are too small to be mapped separately.

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Similarly, narrowleaved wattle Acacia linearifoliawhich is a characteristic and dominant tree in Acacia Forest, forms stands within Ironbark Open Forest Complex that are too small to be mapped separately as Acacia Forest. These heaths are consistent with the Dry Heathland community but are too small and spatially entwined with Ironbark Open Forest Complex to be mapped separately. Where the community occurs on low rises in the Bobadeen region which have been ly cleared and grazed, it occurs in a regenerating form. The floristic composition is similar to that of the mature and intact community, however, the canopy is dominated by low trees or occasionally colonising shrub species.

Ironbark Open Forest Complex is the most widespread vegetation community in the project area.

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It is a diverse community comprising a of variants and a variety of structural forms such as dry open forests, low forests, woodlands and heathlands that occur in mosaic patterns across the sandstone hillslopes and crests, with a high diversity of species in varying abundance. Variants Two main forms of Ironbark Open Forest Complex occur in the project area, separated by geology and associated landforms. It is possible that additional floristic data and further analysis would distinguish these variants as separate vegetation communities.

These areas generally have a landform pattern of low relief metresundulating rises and gentle slopes.

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Jurassic Pilliga sandstone and the Purlawaugh Formation occur in these areas where the soil landscapes of Goonoo and Turill dominate Murphy and Lawrie Consequently, mapping of these units may include a combination of each that could not be mapped separately. Ironbark Open Forest Complex on Triassic Narrabeen Sandstone: In the west and south of the project area, Ironbark Open Forest Complex mostly occurs on hillcrests and mid-upper slopes, occasionally extending onto adjacent footslopes and flats.

These areas have a landform of high relief metres with gently inclined to precipitous slopes. Sandstone outcrops and cliffs are common.

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Triassic Narrabeen sandstone occurs in these areas where the soil landscapes of Lees Pinch and Munghorn Plateau dominate Murphy and Lawrie In these areas, Ironbark Open Forest Complex and related communities are more readily delineated on aerial photos and therefore separate mapping has generally been possible. This community typically occurs in small patches on level crest sites with little sandstone outcropping.

Emergent trees, up to 14 metres in height, including broad-leaved ironbark Eucalyptus fibrosanarrow-leaved stringybark E. A sub-canopy is uncommon, but may be present comprising seedlings of the eucalypt species together with mature narrow-leaved geebung Persoonia linearis. Shrubs recorded in the community include blunt beard-heath Leucopogon muticusBoronia rubiginosa, prickly shaggy pea Podolobium ilicifoliumPultenaea cinerascens, peach heath Lissanthe strigosaHarmogia densifolia, bitter cryptandra Cryptandra amara and scarlet mint-bush Prostanthera aspalathoides.

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The very sparse ground cover may include Pseudanthus divaricatissimus, Phyllanthus hirtellus, pomax Pomax umbellatawiry panic Entolasia strictawattle mat-rush Lomandra filiformis subsp. She-oak Low Forest is spatially and floristically related to Ironbark Open Forest Complex, which usually surrounds the community and forms intergrades with it on sandstone crests.

She-oak Low Forest is also related to Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest as it occurs in similar habitat on crests and upper slopes.

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The three communities have many species in common although there are clear differences in community structure, density and dominance patterns Tumbledown Red Gum Callitris Open Forest on Granite The Tumbledown Red Gum Callitris Open Forest on Granite occurs in the south-western portion of the project area within areas of exposed granite outcropping.

Black cypress pine Callitris endlicheri occurs as the dominant canopy species with drooping she-oak Allocasuarina verticillatahickory wattle Acacia implexa and Acacia crassa subsp. Commonly occurring species include sifton bush Cassinia arcuatapink five-corners Styphelia trifloranarrow-leaved geebung Persoonia linearis and western golden wattle Acacia decora.

The most commonly-occurring species are ringed wallaby grass Austrodanthonia caespitosathreeawned spear grass Aristida benthamiiPomax umbellata and native cranberry Astroloma humifusum. Tumbledown Red Gum Callitris Open Forest is related to the Ironbark Open Forest Complex, however the floristic compositions of the two communities are substantially different due to the dominance of granite in the southern part of the project area Acacia Forest on Sandstone Acacia Forest is limited in extent and may be associated with particular fire regimes.

Narrow-leaved Ironbark Eucalyptus crebra and broad-leaved ironbark E. Inland scribbly gum E. Acacia Forest also forms intergrades with Ironbark Open Forest Complex on sandstone slopes and crests, which is closely related and shares many species. The understorey is usually sparse and includes shrubs and low trees also found in adjacent communities. Shrubs recorded include dolly bush Cassinia aculeatacough bush C. The ground cover is sparse to very sparse, with species including poison rock fern Cheilanthes sieberi subsp.

Other trees that may be present include Allocasuarina diminuta, A. Recorded species include silky purple-flag Patersonia sericeapale mat-rush Lomandra glauca and finger orchids Caladenia spp.

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Black Cypress Forest occurs in a range of habitats on sandstone including crests, slopes and valleys. Its location may be related to past fire regimes. The canopy is dominated by narrow-leaved stringybark Eucalyptus sparsifolia and broad-leaved ironbark E. In more sheltered sites with higher soil moisture, such as gully he and lower slopes, rough-barked apple Angophora floribunda is common, where the community grades into Rough-barked Apple Open Forest.

Other trees that occur in low abundance include inland scribbly gum E. Common and dominant shrubs recorded are dolly bush Cassinia aculeataC. Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest occurs on well drained, rocky sandstone slopes, typically in mid to upper slope positions in dissected sandstone landscapes. The most well-developed stands of Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest tend to occur on steeper rocky slopes.

In many sites, particularly those with a sheltered aspect, Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest forms a very tall canopy over a sparse to very sparse understorey where sandstone outcrops and boulder debris are common.

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This community is closely affiliated with Ironbark Open Forest Complex which usually occurs on adjacent sandstone crests. Intergrades between the Ironbark Open Forest Complex and Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest are very common, particularly on steep to moderately inclined slopes and in upper slope positions. On sheltered slopes, Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest forms an intergrade with Roughbarked Apple Open Forest, particularly on mid- to lower-slopes where the units abut.

Dry Heathland develops in areas of Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest where heath becomes dominant and the tree canopy very sparse, which typically occurs on rocky ledges. Many such areas occur throughout Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest that have not been mapped as the heathland due to their small patch sizes.

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As such, these areas are considered as a common component of Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest. On sheltered slopes in the southern part of the project area, grey gum E. The understorey is floristically similar in this variant, although the shrub layer is generally sparser. In the north-east corner of the project area in the section from Curra Creek to Mona Creek, where Jurassic Sandstone occurs and the landscape is characterised by low hills and low relief, Stringybark Ironbark Open Forest is poorly formed and indistinguishable from Ironbark Open Forest Complex.

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In this area the stringybark community has not been mapped although components of it might be found on some of the more rocky slopes mapped as Ironbark Open Forest Complex. It generally occurs on a sandy colluvium that stretches between the footslopes of sandstone slopes and valley floors.

The community is characterised by the dominance of narrow-leaved ironbark Eucalyptus crebra over a middense shrub stratum and a mid-dense to dense groundcover.

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