Nature conservation

Threatened species

Prostanthera gilesii - South Eastern Highlands: Distribution and vegetation associations

Scientific name: Prostanthera gilesii
Conservation status in NSW: Critically Endangered
Commonwealth status: Not listed
Last updated: 27 Apr 2020

Distribution of the species within this region

The Prostanthera gilesii is known or predicted to occur in the following sub-regions of the South Eastern Highlands Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation of Australia.

Vegetation formations, classes and types

In this region the Prostanthera gilesii - 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
      • 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
      • Mountain Gum - Snow Gum - Broad-leaved Peppermint shrubby open forest of montane ranges, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion and Australian Alps Bioregion
  • Grassy woodlands
    • Southern Tableland Grassy Woodlands
      • Broad-leaved Peppermint - Red Stringybark grassy open forest on undulating hills, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion
      • Central Tableland Red Stringybark Grassy Forest
      • Ribbon Gum - Yellow Box grassy woodland on undulating terrain of the eastern tablelands, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion
    • Subalpine Woodlands
      • Black Sallee - Snow Gum low woodland of montane valleys, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion and Australian Alps Bioregion
      • Mount Canobolas Grassy Forest
      • Snow Gum - Candle Bark woodland on broad valley flats of the tablelands and slopes, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion
      • Snow Gum - Mountain Gum shrubby open forest of montane areas, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion and Australian Alps Bioregion
  • Heathlands
    • Southern Montane Heaths
      • Burgan - tea-tree - Fringe Myrtle dry heathland on rocky outcrops, South Eastern Highlands Bioregion
      • Mount Canobolas Rockplate Shrubland