land and soil, Soil They also occur on Fraser Island, North and South Stradbroke Island, Moreton Island and Ricketts Island. Researchers classify these mammals as marsupials. 4.0 Ecology 6. In Queensland, however, they occupy a wetter eucalypt forest. Where does it live? framework, Understanding ( air quality, Sydney In flight, the Sugar Glider it uses its long bushy tail for stability and steering. eyes down its back. Wildlife Research 22: 471-505. In order to get the sap the squirrel glider will pierce the trunk of the tree causing sap to flow out of it. The squirrel glider has been recorded across a wider geographic area and its distribution had a larger variation in bioclimatic variables. The Sugar Glider has a membrane extending from its fifth finger to its ankle enabling it to glide up to 50 m between trees. We installed this nest box along with a camera trap to see how the wildlife would interact with the box. monitoring and records, Native (1995). 165KB), Old Growth Forests - factsheet new balsa models from max thrust covered and uncovered. applications, Native vegetation clearing Tables. Within the Murray Catchment, Squirrel Gliders appear to be restricted to the South-West Slopes of the Great Dividing Range, as well as to riparian corridors along the Murray River further to the west. The form can be submitted directly to Lou Bull or you can print it out and post the completed form to Petaurus. The predicted distribution of the mahogany glider did not extend outside the known area on the mainland, although the species was predicted to occur over 500 m elevation in some areas within their known range. The Squirrel Glider is the OEH Air program, Current ( Distribution. [5] They tend not to glide in captivity. Detecting Squirrel Gliders. Population Ecology of the Squirrel Glider and the Sugar Glider at Limeburners Creek, on the Central North Coast of New South Wales. The gliding angle of the Mahogany Glider Petaurus gracilis and the Sugar Glider Petaurus breviceps was determined from field studies by measuring the height of launch and landing of glides and the distance travelled. Quin D.G. 218KB), Trees with hollows - factsheet PDF - Both have an adaptation for tree living – Patagia. Distribution. maps, Sustainability Squirrel Gliders (Petaurus norfolcensis) look quite similar, but are around twice the size of the Sugar Glider, with a body length up to around 50cm. (1999). and learn, Connection recognition, For local Bioclimatic modelling suggests that the core of the squirrel glider’s distribution (the area with the most suitable climatic profile) occurs in south-east Qld and north-east NSW (Quin et al. Sugar Gliders and Flying Squirrels are both cute little animals that are popular pets. An extension to the known distribution of the squirrel glider Petaurus norfolcensis in Australia. Habitat fragmentation and destruction by human agency is also impacting individual populations. The Squirrel Glider is native to eastern mainland Australia where it is sparsely distributed through the dry sclerophyll forests and woodlands from the Grampians in the southwest, through the box-ironbark country of central and eastern Victoria, the inland slopes of southern New South Wales, and up the coast and hinterland as far north as Cairns and as far inland as Coonabarabran. approvals, National The distribution of the squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) extends for 3,000 kilometres along the eastern coast of Australia. Distribution. Distribution of the Squirrel glider (Left) and distribution of Mahogany glider (Right). It also eats pollen, nectar, leaves, and bark. air quality data, Air Squirrel gliders are sparsely distributed in eastern Australia from Cape York [4], The glider will make a den in the hollow tree and line it with leaves. Blakely's Red Gum - White Box - Yellow Box - Black Cypress Pine box grass/shrub woodland on clay loam soils on undulating hills of central NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Blakely's Red Gum - White Cypress Pine - Rough-barked Apple grassy open forest of drainage lines of the northern Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Blakely's Red Gum - White Cypress Pine woodland on footslopes of hills in central part of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Blakely's Red Gum - Yellow Box grassy tall woodland of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Blakely's Red Gum - Yellow Box grassy tall woodland on flats and hills in the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and Nandewar Bioregion, Carbeen - White Box +/- Silver-leaved Ironbark grassy tall woodland on basalt hills, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Derived Spear Grass - Slender Bamboo Grass mixed tussock grassland mainly of the northern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and Nandewar Bioregion, Derived speargrass - wallaby grass - wire grass mixed forb grassland mainly in the Coonabarabran - Pilliga - Coolah region, Fuzzy Box Woodland on alluvial brown loam soils mainly in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Fuzzy Box woodland on colluvium and alluvial flats in the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (including Pilliga) and Nandewar Bioregion, Grey Box - Blakely's Red Gum - Yellow Box grassy open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Grey Box grassy woodland or open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Herbaceous White Box - Apple Box valley woodland of the NSW central western slopes, Long-leaved Box - Red Box grass-shrub open forest on hillslopes in the Mudgee Region, NSW central western slopes, Mugga Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine woodland on hillslopes and ridges of the Central Lachlan region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Forest Red Gum woodland on rocky slopes of the lower Burragorang Gorge, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Nortons Box - Red Box - Red Stringybark +/- Nodding Flax Lily forb-grass open forest mainly on the Tumut region, Queensland Bluegrass - Redleg Grass - Rats Tail Grass - spear grass - panic grass derived grassland of the Nandewar Bioregion and Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Red Box - Blakely's Red Gum sedge woodland on colluvial clay drainage lines in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Box - White Box +/- Red Stringybark hill woodland in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Blakely's Red Gum - tea tree herbaceous swampy valley open forest of the southern NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Blakely's Red Gum +/- Long-leaved Box shrub/grass hill woodland of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Kurrajong - mixed eucalypt grassy open forest of the Coonabarabran - Gulgong region in the Brigalow Belt South and NSW SWS Bioregion, Riparian Blakely's Red Gum - box - shrub - sedge - grass tall open forest of the central NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Rough-Barked Apple - red gum - Yellow Box woodland on alluvial clay to loam soils on valley flats in the northern NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Rough-barked Apple - White Cypress Pine - Blakely's Red Gum riparian open forest / woodland of the Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Silver-leaved Ironbark - White Cypress Pine grassy woodland mainly in the northern Nandewar Bioregion, Silver-leaved Ironbark grassy tall woodland on clay-loam soils on plains in the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Tumbledown Gum woodland on hills in the northern NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Box - Black Cypress Pine - red gum +/- Mugga Ironbark shrubby woodland in hills of the NSW central western slopes, White Box - Blakely's Red Gum - Long-leaved Box - Nortons Box - Red Stringybark grass-shrub woodland on shallow soils on hills in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, White Box - Blakely's Red Gum shrub/grass woodland on metamorphic hillslopes in the mid-southern part of the upper slopes sub-region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, White Box - Rough-barked Apple alluvial woodland of the NSW central western slopes including in the Mudgee region, White Box - White Cypress Pine - Silver-leaved Ironbark grassy woodland on mainly clay loam soils on hills mainly in the Nandewar Bioregion, White Box - White Cypress Pine - Western Grey Box shrub/grass/forb woodland in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, White Box grass shrub hill woodland on clay to loam soils on volcanic and sedimentary hills in the southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Box grassy woodland in the upper slopes sub-region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, White Box grassy woodland of the Nandewar Bioregion and Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Box grassy woodland on the Inverell basalts mainly in the Nandewar Bioregion, White Box grassy woodland to open woodland on basalt flats and rises in the Liverpool Plains sub-region, BBS Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - Silver-leaved Ironbark grassy woodland of the Nandewar Bioregion, Yellow Box - Blakely's Red Gum grassy woodland of the Nandewar Bioregion, Yellow Box - White Cypress Pine alluvial terrace flats grassy woodland in the Pilliga forests and surrounds, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Yellow Box grassy tall woodland on alluvium or parna loams and clays on flats in NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Coastal headland heaths of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Coastal mallee of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Coastal heath on sands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Hairpin Banksia - Slender Tea-tree heath on coastal sandstone plateaux, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Scribbly Gum - Hairpin Banksia - Dwarf Apple heathy woodland on hinterland sandstone plateaux of the Central Coast, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Banksia - Red Bloodwood - Hard-leaved Scribbly Gum heathy open woodland on sandstone plateaux, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion, Banksia dry shrubland on coastal sands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Black Box - Lignum woodland wetland of the inner floodplains in the semi-arid (warm) climate zone (mainly Riverina Bioregion and Murray Darling Depression Bioregion), Black Box grassy open woodland wetland of rarely flooded depressions in south western NSW (mainly Riverina Bioregion and Murray Darling Depression Bioregion), Dwyer's Red Gum - Currawang grassy low woodland of the central western plains of NSW, Mugga Ironbark -Tumbledown Red Gum - Red Box - Black Cypress Pine open forest on shallow stony soils on hills in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine shrubby woodland of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Ironbark - Red Stringybark - Tumbledown Gum heath low woodland on ridges, central NSW South Western Slopes, Tick Bush - Drooping She Oak tall shrubland on granite hills of the NSW central western slopes, Tumbledown Red Gum - Black Cypress Pine - Red Stringybark woodland on rocky hills in the NSW central western slopes, Yellow Box - White Cypress Pine grassy woodland on deep sandy-loam alluvial soils of the eastern Riverina Bioregion and western NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Blackbutt - Rough-barked Apple - Turpentine - ferny tall open forest of the Central Coast, Blackbutt - Tallowwood dry grassy open forest of the central parts NSW North Coast Bioregion, Blackbutt - Turpentine open forest of the foothills of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Blackbutt grassy open forest of the lower Clarence Valley of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Pink Bloodwood - Thin-leaved Stringybark - Grey Ironbark shrub - grass open forest on ranges of the lower North Coast, Red Mahogany open forest of the coastal lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion and northern Sydney Basin Bioregion, Rough-barked Apple - Grey Gum grassy open forest of the hinterland hills of the Central Coast, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Small-fruited Grey Gum - Turpentine - Tallowwood moist open forest on foothills of the lower North Coast, Tallowwood - Small-fruited Grey Gum - Kangaroo Grass grassy tall open forest on foothills of the lower North Coast, Tallowwood - Small-fruited Grey Gum dry grassy open forest of the foothills of the NSW North Coast, Tallowwood - Smooth-barked Apple - Blackbutt grass tall open forest of the Central and lower North Coast, Tallowwood open forest of the coastal ranges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Dorrigo White Gum open forest of the escarpment ranges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Messmate - Silvertop Stringybark - Tussock Grass shrub - grass open forest of western Barrington Tops, Mountain Ribbon Gum - Messmate open forest of escarpment ranges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, New England Blackbutt - Tallowwood grassy forest of escarpment ranges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Round-leaved Gum tall open forest of the eastern New England Tableland Bioregion, Silvertop Stringybark - Messmate - Sydney Blue Gum moist shrub-grass tall open forest on ranges of the lower North Coast, Silvertop Stringybark - Tallowwood open forest of the escarpment ranges of the New England Tableland Bioregion and NSW North Coast Bioregion, Snow Gum - Mountain Gum - Mountain Ribbon Gum open forest on ranges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion and eastern New England Tableland Bioregion, Sydney Blue Gum - Silvertop Stringybark grassy open forest on ranges of the lower North Coast, Coast Grey Box - Mountain Grey Gum - stringybark moist shrubby open forest in coastal gullies, southern South East Corner Bioregion, Red Bloodwood - Blackbutt - Spotted Gum shrubby open forest on coastal foothills, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion, Spotted Gum - Blackbutt shrubby open forest on the coastal foothills, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion and northern South East Corner Bioregion, Spotted Gum - Grey Ironbark - Woollybutt grassy open forest on coastal flats, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion and South East Corner Bioregion, Spotted Gum - White Stringybark - Burrawang shrubby open forest on hinterland foothills, northern South East Corner Bioregion, Turpentine - Red Bloodwood - Sydney Peppermint shrubby open forest on the foothills, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion and northern South East Corner Bioregion, Deane's Gum - Mountain Grey Gum - Turpentine tall moist forest on shale, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Mountain Gum - Manna Gum open forest of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Peppermint - Mountain Gum - Brown Barrel moist open forest of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Snow Gum - Mountain Gum tussock grass-herb forest of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Blackbutt - Narrow-leaved White Mahogany shrubby tall open forest of coastal ranges, northern Sydney Basin Bioregion, Blackbutt - Pink Bloodwood shrubby open forest of the coastal lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Blackbutt - Turpentine - Sydney Blue Gum mesic tall open forest on ranges of the Central Coast, Blackbutt - Turpentine - Tallowwood shrubby open forest of the coastal foothills of the central NSW North Coast Bioregion, Blackbutt tall moist forest of the coastal ranges of the central and southern NSW North Coast Bioregion, Pink Bloodwood - Tallowwood moist open forest of the far northern ranges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Smooth-barked Apple - Turpentine - Blackbutt open forest on ranges of the Central Coast, Spotted Gum - Grey Ironbark shrubby open forest of the Richmond Range of the NSW North Coast, Sydney Blue Gum - Deane's Gum - River Peppermint shrubby riparian tall forest of the lower Colo River, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Sydney Blue Gum open forest on coastal foothills and escarpment of the North Coast, Turpentine - Smooth-barked Apple moist shrubby forest of the lower Blue Mountains, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Silvertop Stringybark - Round-leaved Gum open forest of the tableland edge of the New England Tableland Bioregion and NSW North Coast Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Peppermint - Sydney Peppermint - Brown Barrel tall fern forest in the Southern Highlands, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Peppermint - Sydney Peppermint - Gully Gum open forest/woodland in the Southern Highlands, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Sydney Peppermint - White Stringybark moist shrubby forest on elevated ridges, Sydney Basin Bioregion. Globally, squirrels are found on every continent except Australia and Antarctica. and manage, Search service providers, NSW organisations, Scientific Context. Jackson, S. M., and Claridge, A. alerts, About The squirrel glider is slightly larger than the sugar glider and has a much fluffier tail. 125KB), Video - See how government is partnering with the community to protect a local population in southern NSW, Coast Grey Box - stringybark dry woodland on slopes of the Shoalhaven Gorges, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion, Forest Red Gum - Narrow-leaved Ironbark open forest of the southern Blue Mountains gorges, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Forest Red Gum - Yellow Box woodland of dry gorge slopes, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion and South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Grey Gum - Blue-leaved Stringybark open forest on gorge slopes, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion and north east South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Grey Gum - Broad-leaved Ironbark dry open forest on gorge slopes of the Blue Mountains, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Grey Gum - Thin-leaved Stringybark grassy woodland of the southern Blue Mountains gorges, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Grey Gum shrubby open forest on gorge slopes of the Blue Mountains, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Grey Ironbark - Grey Gum shrubby open forest of the gorges of Shoalhaven catchment, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion, Eucalyptus ophitica - White Mahogany open forest on serpentinite near Baryulgil of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Grey Box - Grey Ironbark grassy open forest of the Clarence Valley lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Grey Box - Small-fruited Grey Gum shrubby forest of the far north of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Grey Gum - Grey Ironbark open forest of the Clarence lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Grey Gum - Spotted Gum open forest of the southern Clarence lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Orange Gum (Eucalyptus bancroftii) open forest of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Red Ironbark open forest of the coastal lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Spotted Gum - Blackbutt open forest of the lower Clarence Valley of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Spotted Gum - Grey Box - Grey Ironbark dry open forest of the Clarence Valley lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Spotted Gum - Grey Box grassy open forest of the Richmond Range of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Spotted Gum - Grey Ironbark - Pink Bloodwood open forest of the Clarence Valley lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Spotted Gum dry grassy open forest of the foothills of the northern NSW North Coast, Yellow Box - Grey Box grassy open forest in the Glenugie area of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Castlereagh shale - gravel transition forest, Blue-leaved Stringybark - Blackbutt open forest of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Large-fruited Blackbutt shrubby open forest of the Broken Bago Range of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Smooth-barked Apple - Broad-leaved Mahogany - Red Bloodwood heathy low open forest on hills at Nelson Bay, Spotted Gum - Broad-leaved Mahogany - Grey Gum grass - shrub open forest on Coastal Lowlands of the Central Coast, Spotted Gum - Broad-leaved Mahogany - Red Ironbark shrubby open forest, Spotted Gum - Grey Ironbark open forest of the Macleay Valley lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Brittle Gum - Silvertop Stringybark grassy open forest of the Liverpool Range, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Broad-leaved Stringybark - Mountain Gum - Apple Box open forest of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Broad-leaved Stringybark - Mountain Ribbon Gum - Messmate open forest of the NSW North Coast Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Broad-leaved Stringybark shrub/grass open forest of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Grass Tree tall shrubland on shallow basalt soil and talus on the Liverpool Range, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Mountain Gum - Blakely's Red Gum open forest on metasediments of the Torrington area of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Mountain Gum - Broad-leaved Stringybark shrubby open forest on granites of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Mountain Ribbon Gum - Messmate - Broad-leaved Stringybark open forest on granitic soils of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Nandewar Box - Western New England Blackbutt - Red Stringybark open forest in the Kaputar area of the Nandewar Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Black Peppermint open forest mainly on acid volcanics in the western New England Tableland Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Peppermint - Forest Ribbon Gum grassy open forest of the New England Tablelands, Narrow-leaved Peppermint - Mountain Ribbon Gum grassy open forest of the eastern New England Tableland Bioregion, New England Blackbutt grassy open forest of the eastern New England Tableland Bioregion, Silvertop Stringybark - Bendemeer White Gum - Ribbon Gum open forest in the Kaputar area of the Nandewar Bioregion, Silvertop Stringybark - Mountain Gum grassy open forest of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Silvertop Stringybark - Nandewar Box shrubby open forest in the Kaputar area of the Nandewar Bioregion, Stringybark - Rough-barked Apple - cypress pine shrubby open forest of the eastern Nandewar Bioregion and western New England Tableland Bioregion, Youman's Stringybark - Mountain Gum open forest of the western New England Tableland Bioregion, Broad-leaved Apple - Scribbly Gum woodland in the Guy Fawkes River area of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Broad-leaved Stringybark - Blakely's Red Gum grassy woodlands of the northern gorges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Forest Red Gum grassy open forest of the coastal ranges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Forest Redgum - Broad-leaved Apple dry open forest of the gorges of NSW North Coast Bioregion, Forest Redgum - Pink Bloodwood open forest of the foothills and ranges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Grey Box - Pink Bloodwood open forest of the gorges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Grey Gum - Broad-leaved Apple dry open forest of the gorges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Grey gum - stringybark open forest of the gorges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Grey Ironbark - Grey Gum open forest of the northern escarpment ranges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, New England Blackbutt - stringybark grassy forest the eastern New England Tableland Bioregion and NSW North Coast Bioregion, Silvertop Stringybark - Broad-leaved Apple dry open forest of the gorges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Spotted Gum - Tallowwood dry open forest of the escarpment and foothills of the New England Tableland Bioregion and NSW North Coast Bioregion, Thin-leaved Stringybark - Broad-leaved Apple open forest of the gorges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Thin-leaved Stringybark - Grey Gum - Broad-leaved Apple shrub - grass tall open forest on ranges of the lower North Coast, Black Cypress Pine - White Box - Tumbledown Gum shrubby open forest / woodland mainly in the Mt Kaputar region, Nandewar Bioregion, Dwyer's Red Gum - Dirty (Baradine) Gum - cypress pine shrubby woodland of the Narrabri region of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Granite gorge Tumbledown Red Gum - White Cypress Pine - Oleander Wattle low open woodland in the Warialda region, Grey Box - Rough-barked Apple shrub/grass open forest of northern parts of the Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Grey Box shrubby open forest of northern parts of the Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Motherumbah - White Bloodwood - cypress pine very tall shrubland / woodland of the Coonabarabran region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine shrubby open forest mainly in the Nandewar Bioregion and northern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - stringybark shrubby open forest of the far southern Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine shrub - grass woodland upper Hunter and northern Wollemi, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - White Cypress pine woodland on slopes and flats in the Coonabarabran - Pilliga Scrub regions, Narrow-leaved Ironbark grassy woodland of the Brigalow Belt South bioregion, Nortons Box - stringybark - cough bush shrub - grass woodland on volcanic crests of the Warrumbungle Range, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Rough-barked Apple - White Box - Rusty Fig shrubby open forest in the Kaputar area of Brigalow Belt South and Nandewar Bioregions, Rough-barked Apple - Yellow Box grass/shrub footslope open forest, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Semi-mesic woodland on basalt hills of the dry subtropical climate zone, north western slopes of NSW, Silver-leaved Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine +/- White Box shrubby open forest mainly in the northern Nandewar Bioregion, Silver-leaved Ironbark - White Box - White Cypress Pine viney scrub woodland in the Nandewar Bioregion and Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Silver-leaved Ironbark - White Cypress Pine - box dry shrub grass woodland of the Pilliga Scrub - Warialda region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Silver-leaved Ironbark - White Cypress Pine - tea tree shrubby woodland mainly in the northern Nandewar Bioregion, Silver-leaved Ironbark - White Cypress Pine shrubby open forest of Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and Nandewar Bioregion, Silvertop Stringybark - Orange Gum shrubby open forest of the central parts of the Nandewar Bioregion, Stringybark - spinifex woodland associated serpentinite outcrops in the Nandewar Bioregion, Tumbledown Red Gum - White Cypress Pine - Caley's Ironbark shrubby open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and western New England Tableland Bioregion, Tumbledown Red Gum - White Cypress Pine - Silver-leaved Ironbark shrubby woodland mainly in the northern Nandewar Bioregion, Tumbledown Red Gum trachyte rock flat sedgeland - shrubland of the Warrumbungle Range region, Warrumbungle Currawang very tall shrubland, Warrumbungle mountains Nandewar Box - Yellow Box shrub grass open forest, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Warrumbungle trachyte hillcrest Tumbledown Red Gum - Black Cypress Pine - White Bloodwood shrubby woodland, Warrumbungle trachyte outcrop heathland / low woodland, Warrumbungle trachyte talus scree woodland, White Box - Black Cypress Pine shrubby hill woodland in the east Pilliga - Mendooran - Gulgong regions, mainly Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Box - cypress pine - Silver-leaved Ironbark shrub grass open forest / woodland of the northern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and Nandewar Bioregion, White Box - Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Blakely's Red Gum shrubby open forest of the central and upper Hunter, White Box - Red Stringybark shrubby woodlands on basalt slopes of the Nandewar Bioregion and Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Box - White Cypress Pine - Rough-barked Apple shrubby open forest in the Kaputar area of Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and Nandewar Bioregion, White Box - White Cypress Pine shrub grass hills woodland in the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and Nandewar Bioregion, White Box - White Cypress Pine shrubby hills open forest mainly in the Nandewar Bioregion, White Box - White Cypress Pine shrubby open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Box shrubby open forest on hills mainly in the Nandewar Bioregion, White Box shrubby woodland of the western Liverpool Range, Warrumbungle Range and south-west Pilliga forests, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - Orange Gum - Acacia granite outcrop shrubland in the Moonbi area of the Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - Poplar Box - Silver-leaved Ironbark viney shrub woodland of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - Silver-leaved Ironbark - Caley's Ironbark open forest of the central Nandewar Bioregion and western New England Tableland Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - Silver-leaved Ironbark - Wilga shrub grass woodland of the Narrabri-Yetman region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - White Box - Silver-leaved Ironbark shrubby open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion, Blakely's Red Gum riparian woodland of the Pilliga Outwash, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Buloke - White Cypress Pine woodland on outwash plains in the Pilliga Scrub and Narrabri regions, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Pilliga Box - White Cypress Pine - Buloke shrubby woodland in the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Poplar Box - White Cypress Pine shrub grass tall woodland of the Pilliga - Warialda region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Red Ironbark - Brown Bloodwood shrubby woodland of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - Bulloak - ironbark woodland of the Pilliga area of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Apple Box - Broad-leaved Peppermint - Red Stringybark shrubby hill open forest in the upper NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and adjacent South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Apple Box - Nortons Box - Blakely's Red Gum valley flat moist grassy tall open forest in the southern NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and adjoining South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Apple Box - Red Stringybark basalt scree open forest in the upper Murray River region, Blakely's Red Gum - Red Stringybark - Long-leaved Box woodland on Wyangala Granite in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Brittle Gum - Broad-leaved Peppermint open forest with tall dense shrub understorey on riparian coarse grained granitic soils in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Broad-leaved Peppermint - Nortons Box - Red Stringybark tall open forest on red clay on hills in the southern part of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Broad-leaved Sally grass - sedge woodland on valley flats and swamps in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and adjoining South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Inland Scribbly Gum - Red Stringybark - box - Daviesia latifolia - snow grass open forest on sandy loam soils from acid volcanics in the Boorowa - Young region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregio, Long-leaved Box - Black Cypress Pine granitic hillcrest shrubby open forest of the upper Murray Valley region, NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - Inland Scribbly Gum - Red Box shrub/grass open forest on hills in the upper slopes sub-region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - mixed box woodland on hills in the Cowra - Boorowa - Young region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Nortons Box - Red Box - White Box tussock grass open forest of the southern section of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Nortons Box - Red Stringybark grassy tall open forest on sheltered slopes in the Tumbarumba - Murray River region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Nortons Box shrubby low woodland on sandstone and conglomerate escarpments in the far southern part of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Box - Dwyer's Red Gum low woodland on shallow red earths on upper hillslopes and hillcrests in the upper Murray River region, Red Box - Red Stringybark - Nortons Box hill heath shrub - tussock grass open forest of the Tumut region, Red Stringybark - Broad-leaved Peppermint - Nortons Box heath open forest of the upper slopes subregion in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and adjoining South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Red Box - Long-leaved Box - Inland Scribbly Gum tussock grass - shrub low open forest on hills in the southern part of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Stringybark - red gum - Black Cypress Pine - Kunzea - tea tree shrubby open forest on granite ranges of the Boorowa - Wyangala region, NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Stringybark - White Box grassy open forest of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Stringybark woodland of the dry slopes of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Riparian Blakely's Red Gum - Broad-leaved Sally woodland - tea-tree - bottlebrush - wattle shrubland wetland of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Tumbledown Red Gum - Black Cypress Pine - Red Stringybark - Currawang shrubby low woodland on Wyangala granite and metasediments of the Wyangala Dam region, NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, White Box - Blakely's Red Gum - Red Box - Red Stringybark shrubby woodland on shallow soils on metamorphic hills in the Albury region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Blackbutt - Needlebark Stringybark shrubby open forest on coastal sands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Coast Cypress Pine shrubby open forest of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Pink Bloodwood open forest of the coastal lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Red Bloodwood - Smooth-barked Apple heathy woodland on coastal sands of the Central and lower North Coast, Scribbly Gum - Needlebark Stringybark heathy open forest of coastal lowlands of the northern NSW North Coast Bioregion, Scribbly gum - Wallum Banksia - Prickly-leaved Paperbark heathy coastal woodland on coastal lowlands, Smooth-barked Apple - Blackbutt - Old Man Banksia woodland on coastal sands of the Central and Lower North Coast, Smooth-barked Apple - Blackbutt heathy open forest of the Tomaree Peninsula, Smooth-barked Apple - White Stringybark - Red Mahogany - Melaleuca sieberi shrubby open forest on lowlands of the lower North Coast, Smooth-barked Apple heathy open forest on sands of the NSW North Coast, Angophora paludosa shrubby forest and woodland on sandstone or sands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Angophora robur shrubby forest and woodland on sandstones of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Bailey's Stringybark - Needlebark Stringybark heathy woodland on sandstones of the lower Clarence Valley of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Blackbutt - bloodwood dry heathy open forest on Quaternary sands of the northern NSW North Coast Bioregion, Blackbutt - bloodwood dry heathy open forest on sandstones of the northern NSW North Coast Bioregion, Blackbutt - Spotted Gum shrubby open forest on sandstones of the lower Clarence Valley of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Blackbutt - Turpentine dry heathy open forest on sandstones of the lower Clarence of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Needlebark Stringybark - Large-fruited Blackbutt heathy open forest on sandstones of the northern NSW North Coast Bioregion, Needlebark Stringybark - Red Bloodwood heathy woodland on sandstones of the lower Clarence of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Needlebark Stringybark - Turpentine heathy open forest of the Clarence lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Pink Bloodwood - Red Mahogany - Smudgy Apple shrubby open forest on sandstone of northern NSW North Coast Bioregion, Scribbly Gum - Red Bloodwood heathy open forest of the coastal lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Blue Mountain Ash - New England Blackbutt tall open forest of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Diehard Stringybark - Privet-leaved Mallee heathy woodland in the Gibraltar Range area of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Eurabbie tall open forest of the escarpment ranges of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Needlebark Stringybark heathy woodland on granitic substrates of the eastern New England Tableland Bioregion, New England Blackbutt - Diehard Stringybark dry open forest of the escarpment ranges of the eastern New England Tableland Bioregion and NSW North Coast Bioregion, New England Blackbutt - Diehard Stringybark shrubby open forest on the Northern Tablelands escarpment and Barrington Tops, New England Blackbutt dry heathy open forest on granites of the eastern New England Tableland Bioregion, Black Cypress Pine - Orange Gum - Tumbledown Red Gum shrubby woodland on granites of the Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Black Cypress Pine - Orange Gum heath shrubland or woodland on granite outcrops of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Black Cypress Pine - Rough-barked Apple - stringybark shrubby open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and western New England Tableland Bioregion, Blakely's Red Gum - Stringybark - Rough-barked Apple open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and western New England Tableland Bioregion, McKies Stringybark - Western New England Blackbutt - Rough-barked Apple open forest of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - Blakely's Red Gum open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark open forest of the New England Tableland Bioregion, New England Blackbutt - Youman's Stringybark grassy open forest of the western New England Tableland Bioregion, Orange Gum - Caleys Ironbark - Red Stringybark open forest of the southern Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Orange Gum - Caleys Ironbark - stringybark - Tenterfield Woollybutt shrubby open forest of the Horton River area of the Nandewar Bioregion, Rough-barked Apple - Blakely’s Red Gum open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and western New England Tableland Bioregion, Rough-barked Apple - Silvertop Stringybark - Red Stringybark grassy open forest of south western New England Tableland Bioregion, Silvertop Stringybark - Rough-barked Apple - Eucalyptus quinniorum shrubby open forest of southern Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Stringybark shrubby open forest of the north east parts of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Tumbledown Red Gum - Black Cypress Pine - Caleys Ironbark shrubby open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and western New England Tableland Bioregion, Western New England Blackbutt - stringybark open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion, Western New England Blackbutt shrubby open forest of the New England Tableland Bioregion, Bangalay - Old-man Banksia open forest on coastal sands, Sydney Basin Bioregion and South East Corner Bioregion, Coast Tea Tree - Coast Banksia - Ficinia nodosa low open shrubland on coastal foredunes, Coast Tea Tree - Old Man Banksia coastal shrubland on foredunes of the Central and lower North Coast, Rough-barked Apple shrubby open forest on gully flats, southern South East Corner Bioregion, Swamp Gum - Ribbon Gum open forest on flats of the coastal and hinterland lowlands, southern South East Corner Bioregion, Yellow Stringybark - Coast Grey Box shrubby open forest on the coastal ranges, South East Corner Bioregion, Yellow Stringybark - Mountain Grey Gum moist shrubby open forest on coastal ranges, southern South East Corner Bioregion, Ironbark - Woollybutt - White Stringybark open forest on coastal hills, South East Corner Bioregion, Red Bloodwood - Hard-leaved Scribbly Gum - Silvertop Ash heathy open forest on sandstone plateaux of the lower Shoalhaven Valley, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Red Bloodwood - Silvertop Ash - White Stringybark heathy open forest on coastal foothills, southern South East Corner Bioregion, Silvertop Ash - Blue-leaved Stringybark - Red Bloodwood dry shrubby open forest on ridges of the hinterland foothills, northern South East Corner Bioregion, Silvertop Ash - Blue-leaved Stringybark - Woollybutt shrubby open forest on coastal foothills central South East Corner Bioregion, Silvertop Ash - Blue-leaved Stringybark shrubby open forest on ridges, north east South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Silvertop Ash - Broad-leaved Peppermint dry shrub forest of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Silvertop Ash - Narrow-leaved Peppermint open forest on ridges of the eastern tableland, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion and South East Corner Bioregion, Silvertop Ash - Rough-barked Apple shrubby open forest on the hinterland hills, far southern South East Corner Bioregion, Yellow Stringybark - Mountain Grey Gum shrubby open forest on slopes of the hinterland ranges, southern South East Corner Bioregion, Apple Box - Broad-leaved Peppermint dry open forest of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Apple Box - Eurabbie grassy open forest on sheltered slopes and gullies in the Burrinjuck area, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Apple Box - Yellow Box - Argyle Apple dry open forest of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion and NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Brittle Gum - Broad-leaved Peppermint - Red Stringybark open forest in the north-western part (Yass to Orange) of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Brittle Gum - peppermint open forest of the Woomargama to Tumut region, NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Broad-leaved Peppermint - Candlebark shrubby open forest of montane areas, southern South Eastern Highlands Bioregion and South East Corner Bioregion, Broad-leaved Peppermint - Mountain Gum dry open forest of the Central Tablelands area of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Inland Scribbly Gum - Red Stringybark open forest on hills composed of silicous substrates in the mid-Murrumbidgee and upper Lachlan catchments mainly in the western South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Long-leaved Box - Fringe Myrtle heathy woodland on rocky outcrops of central parts of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Mountain Gum - Snow Gum - Broad-leaved Peppermint shrubby open forest of montane ranges, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion and Australian Alps Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - Red Stringybark - Long-leaved Box dry grass forest of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Norton's Box - Broad-leaved Peppermint open forest on footslopes, central and southern South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Red Box - Red Stringybark grassy open forest on basalts of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Red Box - Tumbledown Gum - Red Stringybark - Long-leaved Box dry woodland, upper NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Blakely's Red Gum hillslope open forest on meta-sediments in the Yass - Boorowa - Crookwell region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Brittle Gum - Inland Scribbly Gum dry open forest of the tablelands, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Slaty Gum woodland of the slopes of the southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Yellow bloodwood - Rough-barked Apple shrubby open forest on sandstone ranges of the Sydney Basin, Red Bloodwood - scribbly gum heathy woodland on sandstone plateaux of the Sydney Basin Bioregion, Red Bloodwood - Smooth-barked Apple - Scribbly Gum - Old Man Banksia heathy woodland on sandstone ranges of the Central Coast, Scribbly Gum - Red Bloodwood - Angophora inopina heathy woodland on lowlands of the Central Coast, Scribbly Gum - Red Bloodwood - Old Man Banksia heathy woodland of southern Central Coast, Silvertop Ash - Red Bloodwood - Sydney Peppermint heathy open forest on moist sandstone plateaux, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion, Smooth-barked Apple - Red Bloodwood - Brown Stringybark - Hairpin Banksia heathy open forest of coastal lowlands, Smooth-barked Apple - Red Bloodwood - Sydney Peppermint heathy open forest on slopes of dry sandstone gullies of western and southern Sydney, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Smooth-barked Apple - Sydney Peppermint - Turpentine heathy open forest on plateaux areas of the Sydney Basin Bioregion, Smooth-barked Apple - Turpentine - Sydney Peppermint heathy woodland on sandstone ranges of the Central Coast, Sydney ironstone Bloodwood-Silvertop Ash forest, Sydney Peppermint - White Stringybark - Smooth-barked Apple forest on shale outcrops, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Stringybark - Fringe Myrtle - Scaly Phebalium heathy woodland on exposed sandstone ranges of the Sydney Basin, Red Bloodwood - Grey Gum shrubby open forest on shale-sandstone interface of the lower Shoalhaven valleys, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion, Red Bloodwood - Sydney Peppermint - Blue-leaved Stringybark heathy forest of the southern Blue Mountains, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Sydney hinterland Apple-Blackbutt gully forest, Sydney hinterland Grey Gum ridgetop forest, Sydney Peppermint - Grey Gum shrubby open forest of the western Blue Mountains, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Sydney sandstone hinterland dry sclerophyll forests of the Sydney Basin Bioregion, Turpentine - Smooth-barked Apple - Broad-leaved Mahogany shrubby open forest on sandstone ranges of the Central Coast, Yellow Bloodwood - ironbark shrubby woodland of the dry hinterland of the Central Coast, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Yellow Bloodwood - Narrow-leaved Apple heathy woodland on hinterland plateaux of the Central Coast, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Yellow Bloodwood - Narrow-leaved Apple heathy woodland on sandstone ranges of the Sydney Basin, Yellow Bloodwood - Red Bloodwood - Brown Stringybark shrub - grass open forest in the Cessnock-Kurri Kurri area, Narrow-leaved Peppermint - Silvertop Ash - Monkey Gum shrubby open forest of the western Blue Mountains, Narrow-leaved Peppermint - Silvertop Ash - Mountain Grey Gum shrubby open forest of the upper Blue Mountains, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Sydney Peppermint - Silvertop Ash heathy open forest on sandstone ridges of the upper Blue Mountains, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Sydney Peppermint - Silvertop Ash shrubby low open forest of the upper Blue Mountains, Coast Banksia scrub on sand in the Elderslie area, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Grey Gum - Hard-leaved Scribbly Gum woodland of the Coxs River Valley, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Apple - Hard-leaved Scribbly Gum heathy woodland on sand at Agnes Banks, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Apple - Parramatta Red Gum - Persoonia oblongata heathy woodland of the Howes Valley area, Parramatta Red Gum - Narrow-leaved Apple - Prickly-leaved Paperbark shrubby woodland in the Cessnock-Kurri Kurri area, Parramatta Red Gum - Rough-barked Apple - Swamp Mahogany - Paperbarks swamp forest on lowlands of the Central Coast, Black Cypress Pine - Dwyer's Gum low woodland / open forest on rocky ridges mainly of the Nandewar Range, Black Cypress Pine - Narrow-leaved Ironbark - red gum +/- White Bloodwood shrubby open forest on hills of the southern Pilliga, Coonabarabran and Garawilla regions, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Black Cypress Pine - Narrow-leaved Stringybark heathy woodland of the southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Black Cypress Pine shrubby woodland of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Blakely's Red Gum - Red Box - Black Cypress Pine grass/shrub woodland on hills in the Upper Slopes sub-region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and western South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Blue-leaved Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine - Rough-barked Apple woodland mainly in the east Pilliga forests, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Blue-leaved Ironbark heathy woodland of the southern part of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Blue-leaved Stringybark open forest of the Mudgee region NSW central western slopes, Bottlebrush riparian shrubland wetland of the northern NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Brown Bloodwood - Currawang - Caley's Ironbark shrubby woodland on sandstone ranges of the Sydney Basin, Brown Bloodwood - cypress - ironbark heathy woodland in the Pilliga region of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Brown Bloodwood - Dwyer's Red Gum - Red Ironbark heathy woodland on sandstone ranges of the Sydney Basin, Caley's Ironbark - Red Ironbark - Currawang shrubby woodland on sandstone ranges of the Sydney Basin, Dirty (Baradine) Gum - White Bloodwood - White Cypress Pine - Motherumbah shrubby woodland on sandy soils in the Pilliga Scrub and surrounding region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Dirty Gum (Baradine Gum) - Black Cypress Pine - White Bloodwood shrubby woodland on of the Pilliga forests and surrounding region, Duri Peak Red Gum woodland on andesite hills of the southern Nandewar Bioregion, Dwyer's Red Gum - Black Cypress Pine - ironbark low woodland on sandstone hillcrests in the Dubbo - Gilgandra region, south-western Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Dwyer's Red Gum - White Cypress Pine - Motherumbah open forest / woodland on sandstone hillcrests in the Liverpool Plains region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Dywer's Red Gum - Micromyrtus sessilis heathy open woodland on sandstone plateau of the upper Hunter and Sydney Basin, Fringe Myrtle shrubland of the Pilliga Scrub, Grey Box - Slaty Box shrub - grass woodland on sandstone slopes of the upper Hunter and Sydney Basin, Inland Scribbly Gum - Black Cypress Pine - Mugga Ironbark - Daphne Heath low woodland of the Wagga Wagga region in the southern NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Inland Scribbly Gum - Black Cypress Pine - Red Ironbark open forest of the NSW central western slopes, Inland Scribbly Gum - Red Stringybark - Black Cypress Pine - Red Ironbark open forest on sandstone hills in the southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and northern NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Inland Scribbly Gum - Red Stringybark - Black Cypress Pine hillslope shrub-tussock grass open forest on mainly sandstone ranges in the NSW central western slopes, Inland Scribbly Gum - White Bloodwood - Red Stringybark - Black Cypress Pine shrubby sandstone woodland mainly of the Warrumbungle NP - Pilliga region in the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Inland Scribbly Gum grassy open forest on hills in the Mudgee Region, NSW central western slopes, Long-leaved Box - Red Box - Red Stringybark mixed open forest on hills and hillslopes in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Motherumbah - Dwyer's Red Gum - White Cypress Pine tall shrubland of the Narrabri to Warialda region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Motherumbah - hill red gum - Black Cypress Pine shrubby low woodland mainly in the southern Nandewar Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine - Red Stringybark - Blakely's Red Gum - Red Ironbark woodland on hillslopes and in valleys on ranges in the NSW central western slopes, Mugga Ironbark - Buloke - Pillga Box - White Cypress Pine shrubby woodland on sandstone in the Dubbo region, south-western Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - Inland Grey Box shrubby woodland of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Buloke - Black Cypress Pine shrub grass open forest in the Goonoo forests and surrounding region, southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - Red Box - Red Stringybark - Western Grey Box grass/shrub woodland on metamophic substrates in the Tarcutta - Gundagai region, NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - Red Box - White Box - Black Cypress Pine tall woodland on rises and hills in the northern NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - Western Grey Box - cypress pine tall woodland on footslopes of low hills in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - White Cypress Pine - gum tall woodland on flats in the Pilliga forests and surrounding regions, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Mugga Ironbark - White Cypress Pine woodland on low rises mainly in the Cobar Peneplain Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine - Motherumbah woodland in the Kaputar area in the Nandewar Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine - White Box shrubby woodland in sedimentary hills of the Gunnedah region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine +/- Blakely's Red Gum shrubby open forest on sandstone low hills in the southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (including Goonoo), Narrow-leaved Ironbark - cypress pine - White Box shrubby open forestin the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and Nandewar Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Tumbledown Red Gum shrubby open forest in the Melville Range area of southern Nandewar Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - White Bloodwood - Red Stringybark woodland of the Garawilla - Liverpool Plains region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - White Cypress Pine - Buloke tall open forest on lower slopes and flats in the Pilliga Scrub and surrounding forests in the central north Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark shrubby woodland of the Brigalow Belt South bioregion, Narrow-leaved Stringybark - Grey Gum shrubby open forest on sandstone ranges of the Sydney Basin, Narrow-leaved Stringybark - Ironbark heathy open forest on sandstone ranges of the upper Hunter, Red gum - Rough-barked Apple - Narrow-leaved Ironbark - cypress pine grassy open forest on flats and drainage lines in the Goonoo and surrounding forests, southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Red gum - Rough-barked Apple +/- tea tree sandy creek woodland (wetland) in the Pilliga - Goonoo sandstone forests, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Red Ironbark - Brown Bloodwood - Black Pine heathy open forest on sandstone ranges of the Sydney Basin, Red Ironbark - Grey Gum - Black Pine heathy woodland on sandstone ranges of the Sydney Basin, Red Ironbark - Grey Gum - Narrow-leaved Stringybark - Brown Bloodwood shrubby open forest on sandstone ranges of the Sydney Basin, Red Ironbark - sheoak shrubby woodland of the Yetman-Warialda region, northern NSW Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Red Ironbark - White Bloodwood +/- Burrows Wattle heathy woodland on sandy soil in the Pilliga forests, Red Stringybark - Inland Scribbly Gum open forest on steep hills in the Mudgee - northern section of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Long-leaved Box - Black Cypress Pine - grassy/shrubby low woodland on ranges, central NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Long-leaved Box - Black Cypress Pine shrub/grass woodland on siliceous sedimentary ranges in the upper NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Long-leaved Box - Joycea pallida grassy open forest in the upper Lachlan catchment, NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine - hill red gum sandstone woodland of southern NSW Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Red Stringybark - Rough-barked Apple +/- Nortons Box open forest on hillslopes in the Warrumbungle NP - Coolah regions, Red Stringybark woodland on hillslopes, northern NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Rough-barked Apple - Blakely's Red Gum - Black Cypress Pine woodland on sandy flats, mainly in the Pilliga Scrub region, Rough-barked Apple - Red Stringybark - Black Cypress Pine - red gum sand valley woodland of the Garawilla region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Scribbly Gum - Brown Bloodwood woodland on volcanic slopes of the southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Slaty Box - Grey Gum shrubby woodland on footslopes of the upper Hunter Valley, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Spur-wing Wattle heath on sandstone substrates in the Goonoo - Pilliga forests, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Stringybark She Oak - Narrow-leaved Ironbark - sticky mintbush low woodland in the northern NSW Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Stringybark shrubby low woodland on sandstone ridges in the Pilliga Scrub, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Thyme Honey-myrtle - red gum - Mugga Ironbark shrubland / woodland in impeded drainage flats or depressions in the southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Tumbledown Red Gum - Black Cypress Pine - Red Box low woodland of hills of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, Tumbledown Red Gum - Dwyer's Red Gum - Wallaby Bush shrubby woodland of the Nandewar Bioregion, Tumbledown Red Gum - Porcupine Grass hummock grassland low open woodland on trachyte plugs in the Garawilla - Coolah region, Tumbledown Red Gum - White Cypress Pine - Blakely's Red Gum shrubby forest of northern Nandewar Bioregion, Western Grey Box - Cypress Pine shrubby woodland on stony footslopes in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and Riverina Bioregion, White Bloodwood - Dirty Gum - cypress pine shrubby low woodland on sandy soils in the Narrabri to Warialda region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Bloodwood - ironbark - Black Cypress Pine shrubby sandstone hill woodland of the southern Pilliga forests, White Bloodwood - Motherumbah - Red Ironbark shrubby sandstone hill woodland / open forest mainly in east Pilliga forests, White Bloodwood - Red Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine shrubby sandstone woodland of the Pilliga Scrub and surrounding regions, White Bloodwood - Red Ironbark - Black Cypress Pine woodland on sandstone hills in the Garawilla - Liverpool Plains region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Box - Blakely's Red Gum - White Cypress Pine shrubby woodland on metamorphic hills in the Wagga Wagga - Cootamundra region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, White Box - Tumbledown Red Gum - Long-leaved Box shrub/grass woodland on fine-grained sediments of the upper Macquarie River gorge, NSW central western slopes, White Box - White Cypress Pine - Silver-leaved Ironbark shrubby open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion, White Box shrubby open forest on fine grained sediments on steep slopes in the Mudgee region of the of central western slopes of NSW, White Cypress Pine - Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Buloke grassy open forest of the Dubbo region, southern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - Narrow-leaved Ironbark - White Bloodwood - red gum shrub grass woodland of the Pilliga - Coonabarabran region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - Narrow-leaved Ironbark shrub/grass open forest of the western Nandewar Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - red gum grass-shrub woodland on sandstone hills of the Caroona region, Liverpool Plains, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - Silver-leaved Ironbark - Tumbledown Red Gum shrubby open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Mallee - Dwyer's Red Gum mallee heath on sands in the Goonoo - Pilliga region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - pine - Brown Bloodwood shrub/grass open forest in the north west of the Nandewar Bioregion, Narrow-leaved Ironbark - White Cypress Pine +/- Buloke tall open forest or woodland of the Warialda to Yetman region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Northern Smooth-barked Apple - pine shrubby open-forest of the northern Nandewar Bioregion and Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Smooth-barked Apple - cypress pine - Narrow-leaved Ironbark - White Bloodwood tall heathy woodland of the Pilliga forests to Warialda region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, White Cypress Pine - Buloke - White Box shrubby open forest on hills in the Liverpool Plains - Dubbo region, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion, Melaleuca sieberi - Tall Saw-sedge closed shrubland in drainage lines on the Central Coast, Sydney Basin Bioregion, Parramatta red gum - Fern-leaved banksia - Melaleuca sieberi swamp woodland of the Tomaree Peninsula, Prickly-leaved Paperbark - Flax-leaved Paperbark swamp forest on poorly drained soils of the Central Coast, Swamp Oak swamp forest of the coastal lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Broad-leaved Paperbark - Swamp Mahogany - Swamp Oak - Saw Sedge swamp forest of the Central Coast and Lower North Coast, Broad-leaved Paperbark - Swamp Oak - Saw Sedge swamp forest on coastal lowlands of the Central Coast and Lower North Coast, Forest Red Gum - Woollybutt - Pithy Sword-sedge swamp woodland in dune swales near Pambula, southern South East Corner Bioregion, Paperbark swamp forest of the coastal lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion and Sydney Basin Bioregion, Prickly-leaved Paperbark forest on coastal lowlands of the Central Coast and Lower North Coast, Swamp Box swamp forest of the coastal lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Swamp Mahogany - Broad-leaved Paperbark - Saw Sedge - Yellow Marsh Flower swamp forest of coastal lowlands, Swamp Mahogany - Broad-leaved Paperbark - Swamp Water Fern - Plume Rush swamp forest on coastal lowlands of the Central Coast and Lower North Coast, Swamp Mahogany - Flax-leaved Paperbark swamp forest on coastal lowlands of the Central Coast, Swamp Mahogany swamp forest on coastal lowlands of the NSW North Coast Bioregion and northern Sydney Basin Bioregion, River Oak - Rough-barked Apple - red gum - box riparian tall woodland (wetland) of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and Nandewar Bioregion, River Oak forest and woodland wetland of the NSW South Western Slopes and South Eastern Highlands Bioregion, River Oak riparian woodland of the NSW North Coast Bioregion and northern Sydney Basin Bioregion, River Red Gum / River Oak riparian woodland wetland in the Hunter Valley, Blakely's Red Gum x Dirty Gum - White Cypress Pine tall riparian woodland, NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion, River Red Gum - Black Box woodland wetland of the semi-arid (warm) climatic zone (mainly Riverina Bioregion and Murray Darling Depression Bioregion), River Red Gum - Lignum very tall open forest or woodland wetland on floodplains of semi-arid (warm) climate zone (mainly Riverina Bioregion and Murray Darling Depression Bioregion), River Red Gum - wallaby grass tall woodland wetland on the outer River Red Gum zone mainly in the Riverina Bioregion, River Red Gum - Warrego Grass - Couch Grass riparian tall woodland wetland of the semi-arid (warm) climate zone (Riverina Bioregion and Murray Darling Depression Bioregion), River Red Gum - Warrego Grass - herbaceous riparian tall open forest wetland mainly in the Riverina Bioregion. 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