Purple-crowned Lorikeet - Other State: Distribution and vegetation associations

Conservation status in NSW: Vulnerable
Commonwealth status: Not listed
Last updated: 07 Sep 2017

Distribution of the species within this region

The Purple-crowned Lorikeet is known or predicted to occur in the following sub-regions of the Other State Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation of Australia.

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IBRA sub-region  Known or predictedGeographic restrictions within region
SA Known None
VIC Known None

Vegetation formations, classes and types

In this region the Purple-crowned Lorikeet - Other State is known to be associated with the following vegetation formations and classes. Click on a name to get background information about it.

  • Dry sclerophyll forests (shrub/grass sub-formation)
    • Southern Hinterland Dry Sclerophyll Forests
      • Apple-topped Gum - White Stringybark open forest on ridges and upper slopes in the Waalimma area, far southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Maiden's Gum - White Stringybark shrubby open forest on granitic foothills, southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Maiden's Gum - Yellow Box - Forest Red Gum grassy open forest of the Araluen Valley, South East Corner Bioregion
      • Silvertop Ash - Messmate - Mountain Grey Gum shrubby open forest of the hinterland ranges, southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • White Stringybark - Maiden's Gum grassy open forest on granitic foothills, southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • White Stringybark - Mountain Grey Gum - Maiden's Gum grassy open forest on granitic foothills and ranges, southern South East Corner Bioregion
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    • Upper Riverina Dry Sclerophyll Forests
      • Nortons Box shrubby low woodland on sandstone and conglomerate escarpments in the far southern part of the 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
  • Dry sclerophyll forests (shrubby sub-formation)
    • South East Dry Sclerophyll Forests
      • Blue-leaved Stringybark shrubby open forest of hinterland ranges, far southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Gully Gum - Wallaby Bush shrubby woodland on rocky ridges of the ranges, southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Ironbark - Woollybutt - White Stringybark open forest on coastal hills, South East Corner Bioregion
      • Mountain Grey Gum - White Stringybark open forest on sandstone mountain slopes, far south west South East Corner Bioregion
      • Red Bloodwood - Silvertop Ash - White Stringybark heathy open forest on coastal foothills, southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Silvertop Ash - Black She-oak shrubby open forest on hills of the Bega Valley, South East Corner Bioregion
      • Silvertop Ash - Blue-leaved Stringybark shrubby open forest on hinterland hills, far southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Silvertop Ash - Mountain Grey Gum shrubby dry open forest on ridges in Wadbilliga NP, South East Corner Bioregion
      • Silvertop Ash - Rough-barked Apple shrubby open forest on the hinterland hills, far southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Silvertop Ash - White Stringybark shrubby open forest of the escarpment ranges, southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Silvertop Ash open forest on exposed ridges of the escarpment ranges, far southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Silvertop Ash shrubby open forest on escarpment ridges, central and northern South East Corner Bioregion
      • White Stringybark - Narrow-leaved Peppermint dry open forest on hinterland hills, far south of the South East Corner Bioregion
      • Yellow Stringybark - Mountain Grey Gum shrubby open forest on slopes of the hinterland ranges, southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Yellow Stringybark - Silvertop Ash open forest on dry slopes of the escarpment ranges, northern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Yertchuk - Silvertop Ash - Blue-leaved Stringybark shrubby open forest of the Wallagaraugh catchment, far southern South East Corner Bioregion
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    • Western Slopes Dry Sclerophyll Forests
      • Rough-barked Apple - White Stringybark dry open forest on lower slopes in the upper Tuross and Brogo River valleys, South East Corner Bioregion
  • Forested wetlands
    • Inland Riverine Forests
      • 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
      • River Red Gum herbaceous-grassy very tall open forest wetland on inner floodplains in the lower slopes sub-region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and the eastern Riverina Bioregion.
      • River Red Gum swampy woodland wetland on cowals (lakes) and associated flood channels in central NSW
      • River Red Gum-sedge dominated very tall open forest in frequently flooded forest wetland along major rivers and floodplains in south-western NSW
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  • Freshwater wetlands
    • Coastal Heath Swamps
      • Crimson Bottlebrush - Scented Paperbark wet heath in the hinterland hills, southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Scented Paperbark wet heath on coastal lowlands in far southern South East Corner Bioregion
  • Grassy woodlands
    • Coastal Valley Grassy Woodlands
      • Forest Red Gum - Coast Grey Box shrubby open forest on steep hills in the Bega Valley, South East Corner Bioregion
      • Forest Red Gum - Rough-barked Apple - White Stringybark grassy woodlands on hills in dry valleys, southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Woollybutt - White Stringybark - Forest Red Gum grassy woodland on coastal lowlands, southern Sydney Basin Bioregion and South East Corner Bioregion
    • Floodplain Transition Woodlands
      • Yellow Box - River Red Gum tall grassy riverine woodland of NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion and Riverina Bioregion
    • Western Slopes Grassy Woodlands
      • White Box grassy woodland in the upper slopes sub-region of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion
  • Heathlands
    • South Coast Heaths
      • Scrub She-oak - Swamp Banksia coastal lowland heath, southern South East Corner Bioregion
      • Swamp Banksia - Slender Tea-tree wet heath on Mt Nadgee, southern South East Corner Bioregion