Bertya sp. Cobar-Coolabah (Cunningham & Milthorpe s.n., 2/8/73) Recovery Plan
This plan describes our current understanding of Bertya sp. Cobar-Coolabah, documents research and management actions undertaken to date and identifies actions required and parties responsible to ensure ongoing viability of the species in the wild.
- 1 July 2002
- NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Publication, Recovery plan
Bertya sp. Cobar-Coolabah occurs only in New South Wales, where it is known from four sites: two western and two coastal sites. It is a slender shrub or small tree to 4 metres high with dark green leaves that have a white lower surface.
One population has already disappeared in western New South Wales and two of the remaining populations are senescent. Threats to the species include grazing, inappropriate fire and disturbance regimes and clearing.