Linda and Roger's Bunhybee Grasslands

Plant Species – Trees & Shrubs


This is a page within Roger and Linda's Bunhybee Grasslands Web-Site.
Bunhybee Grasslands is a 49 hectare / 120 acre conservation property 35km south of Braidwood, in southern N.S.W.
You can follow through the internal links, or you may find it easier to use the Site-Map.


Lists of the plant species found on the property have been broken into:

  1. (Small) Flowering Plants
  2. Trees and Shrubs (this page)
  3. Grasses

This page includes trees and bushy plants, generally woody, but even if they're herbaceous we include them if they're 'non-small', by which we mean more than 50cm in height, e.g. Kunzea Spp. are here, but Acaena and Rumex are on the (Small) Flowering Plants page.

Within this page, for Trees & Shrubs, there are two tables:

  1. Native Species (currently 45 species)
  2. Introduced Species (currently 4 species)

Here are our photos of trees and shrubs on the property.

Here are the References we've used in building up this information.

The botanists continually breed confusion by changing names of genera and species. We've adopted a pragmatic approach, using whichever name we find to be commonly understood. We're gradually building in alternatives, identifying them as aka (also known as), pka (previously known as) and nka (now known as).


Legend:

Bold Font: Species that are threatened (Vulnerable or Endangered under the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 or the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999)

Asterisk (*) and Bold Font: Species that are noxious or environmental weeds.

Cross-Hatch (#): Species added by us to the list originally provided by NCT

FC = Frequency Code / Abundance: Rp/c = rare patches or clumps < 3 patches with < 10 plants per patch, R = Rare at site (< 3 plants), O = Occasional (<5% cover), Ip/c = intermittent patches or clumps, I = intermittent/subdominant, F = frequent/dominant

Photo-Links are to: our own photos (Us), the Australian Plant Image Index (APII) and the International Environmental Weed Foundation (IEWF).

Table 1: Native Species

Scientific Name
Image
Common Name
Photo Links
FC
Acacia dealbata
Centre block, head of gully
Silver Wattle Us Us Us ASGAP, APII APII APII PlantNet R/p
# Acacia decurrens
Black Wattle, Green Wattle, Sydney Green Wattle, Boo'kerrikin (D'harawal) Us Us Us Plantnet  
Acacia gunnii
Only on the SW corner of the copse, 1 bush, 2 new
(Triangular leaf, cf. the needles of A. ulicifolia)
Ploughshare Wattle Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us APII APII APII PlantNet R/p
# Acacia implexa (ANPS-WW)
(Pods folded and twisted)
Hickory Wattle Us Us PlantNet  
Acacia mearnsii
Late Black Wattle MB APII APII APII APII PlantNet R
Acacia melanoxylon
In the copse
Blackwood Us Us Us Us Us Us APII APII APII APII PlantNet R
# Acacia ?rubida
[But not, or not yet, red-stemmed, so possibly melanoxylon or implexa. We need to check the stems, branchlet shape and flowering time.]
Red-Stemmed Wattle Us Us Us Us PlantNet  
#Acacia siculiformis
Old tree, fallen and recovered, NW of the copse
Dagger Wattle Us Us Us Us Us Us PlantNet  

#Acacia ulicifolia (ANPS-WW)
Many bushes in various places, quite densely below the copse to the dam
(Pale yellow to white flower, late winter / early spring)

[We now doubt that we have any A. brownii (yellow flower, winter).
Reasons: (a) flower-colour, (b) mid-winter flowering, (c) phyllode-shape]

Prickly Moses

Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us PlantNet
Dead Apr'13: Us Us Us Us

 

Allocasuarina distyla [a shrub, to 3m]
and/or
# Allocasuarina paludosa [a shrub, to 3m]
pka Casuarina distyla var. prostrata
[We have few, and we're unclear about them, so for now they're grouped together]

Scrub She-Oak
and/or
Swamp She-Oak
cf. littoralis Us Us ?Us - Here
Us Us Us (paludosa, says ANBG) - Here
APII APII APII APII
PlantNet - d PlantNet - p
O
# Allocasuarina littoralis [a tree]
Black She-Oak cf. distyla Us Us Us PlantNet  
# Allocasuarina nana ? [a shrub, to 2m]
Dwarf She-oak Us PlantNet
Amyema pendulum
A mistletoe Us Us Us Us APII APII APII PlantNet O
Banksia marginata
Silver Banksia Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us APII Plantnet R
Brachyloma daphnoides
Daphne Heath Us Us Us APII APII Plantnet O/p
Bursaria spinosa ?subsp. lasiophylla
A Blackthorn or Boxthorn Us APII APII Plantnet  
Callistemon sieberi
River Bottlebrush APII APII Plantnet R/p
Cassinia longifolia
Dolly Bush Us Us Us Us Us APII APII Plantnet R
Daviesia mimosoides
Leafy or Bush Bitter-pea Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us APII APII APII APII Plantnet R
Epacris microphylla
Coast Coral Heath, Coral Heath Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us PlantNet R/p
Eucalyptus aggregata
Brooker & Kleinig p. 137
(the southernmost in NSW?)
Black Gum Us Us Us Us Euclid Viridans GoogleImages PlantNet R
# Eucalyptus dalrympleana
Brooker & Kleinig p. 201
(Mountain) (White) Gum Us Us GoogleImages PlantNet  
Eucalyptus dives
Brooker & Kleinig p. 269
Broad-leaved Peppermint
cf. E. radiata
Us Us Us GoogleImages PlantNet O/p
# Eucalyptus dives x pauciflora
(Rainer thinks we have 1. the prominent tree in Peppermint Corner, and 2. a sapling on the NE of Echidna Ridge, beside the Daviesia mimosoides)
  Us-1 Us-2-Us-2-Us-2 AVH  
# Eucalyptus ovata ssp. ovata
Brooker & Kleinig p. 130
Swamp Gum Us Us Us Us Us GoogleImages PlantNet  
Eucalyptus pauciflora ssp. pauciflora
Brooker & Kleinig p. 326-329
Snow Gum Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us GoogleImages PlantNet O
# Eucalyptus radiata
Brooker & Kleinig p. 264
Narrow-leaved Peppermint
cf. E. dives
Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Plantnet  
Eucalyptus rubida ssp. rubida
Brooker & Kleinig p. 202
Candlebark
White Gum
Ribbon Gum
Us Us Us Us Us GoogleImages PlantNet O/p
Eucalyptus viminalis ssp. viminalis
Brooker & Kleinig p. 197
Manna Gum
Ribbon Gum
White Gum
Us Us Us Us GoogleImages PlantNet R
Exocarpos cupressiformis
Cherry Ballart, Native Cherry Us Us Plantnet OS
# Exocarpos strictus [just over the fence]
But poss. Choretrum candollei
Pale-fruit Ballart, Dwarf Cherry Us Us Plantnet OR Plantnet  
Hakea microcarpa (originally misdescribed as microphylla)
Small-fruited Hakea Us Us Us Us Plantnet R/p
# Indigofera australis
Australian indigo, duwabili (D'harawal) Us Us Us Plantnet  
Kunzea parvifolia
Violet or Small-Leaved Kunzea Us Us Us Us Us Us ASGAP APII APII APII APII Plantnet O/p
# Leptospermum continentale
Prickly Tea-tree Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Plantnet ALA NatureShare  
Leptospermum lanigerum
Woolly or Silky Teatree Us Us Us Us Us ASGAP APII APII APII PlantNet  
Leptospermum myrtifolium
Myrtle or Grey Tea-tree Us Us APII Plantnet O/p
Leptospermum obovatum
A teatree Us Us Us APII Plantnet O/p
Leptospermum polygalifolium
Tantoon, Yellow Tea Tree Us Us ASGAP APII Plantnet  
# Leucopogon lanceolatus (ANSP-WW)
  Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us PlantNet  
# Lomatia ilicifolia
Holly Lomatia, Native Holly Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us PlantNet  
# Melaleuca parvistaminea
Rough-barked Honey-myrtle Us Us Us Us PlantNet  
# ?Olearia iodochroa
Violet Daisy-Bush Us Us Us Us Plantnet  
# Persoonia linearis
Narrow-Leaved Geebung Us Us Us Us Plantnet O
# Podolobium ilicifolium
aka Oxylobium ilicifolium
Prickly Shaggy Pea, or Native Holly Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us Us PlantNet  
# Pomaderris intermedia
(A foot beyond the fence)
  Us Us Us Us Plantnet  

Table 2: Introduced Species

Scientific Name
Image
Common Name
Photo Links
FC
# Crataegus monogyna
Hawthorn Us Us Plantnet  
* Rosa rubiginosa
* Sweet Briar, Eglantine Us Us Us Plantnet R
* Rubus ?fruticosus spp.agg.
* Blackberry Us Us IEWF Plantnet R
* Salix sp.
* A willow Us Plantnet R

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Contact: Linda or Roger
Created: 31 December 2008; Last Amended: 7 April 2017