Nature conservation

Threatened species

Mt Canobolas Xanthoparmelia Lichen Community - South Eastern Highlands: Distribution and vegetation associations

Conservation status in NSW: Endangered Ecological Community
Commonwealth status: Not listed
Last updated: 07 Sep 2017

Distribution of the species within this region

The Mt Canobolas Xanthoparmelia Lichen Community is known or predicted to occur in the following sub-regions of the South Eastern Highlands Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation of Australia.

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IBRA sub-region  Known or predictedGeographic restrictions within region
Orange Known Rock faces and soils of the Mt Canobolas Tertiary volcanic complex

Vegetation formations, classes and types

In this region the Mt Canobolas Xanthoparmelia Lichen Community - South Eastern Highlands 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 (shrubby sub-formation)
    • Southern Tableland Dry Sclerophyll Forests
      • Apple Box - Broad-leaved Peppermint dry open forest of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion
      • Brittle Gum - Broad-leaved Peppermint - Red Stringybark open forest in the north-western part (Yass to Orange) of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion
      • Broad-leaved Peppermint - Brittle Gum - Red Stringybark dry open forest on the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion
      • Broad-leaved Peppermint - Mountain Gum dry open forest of the Central Tablelands area of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion