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Threatened species

Bolivia Wattle - New England Tablelands: Distribution and vegetation associations

Scientific name: Acacia pycnostachya
Conservation status in NSW: Vulnerable
Commonwealth status: Vulnerable
Last updated: 20 Oct 2020

Distribution of the species within this region

The Bolivia Wattle is known or predicted to occur in the following sub-regions of the New England Tablelands Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation of Australia Region.

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IBRA sub-region  Known or predictedGeographic restrictions within region
Tenterfield Plateau Known None

Vegetation formations, classes and types

In this region the Bolivia Wattle - New England Tablelands 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)
    • New England Dry Sclerophyll Forests
      • Broad-leaved Stringybark - Mountain Gum - Apple Box open forest of the New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Broad-leaved Stringybark shrub/grass open forest of the New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Eastern New England Ranges Blackbutt Forest
      • Narrow-leaved Black Peppermint open forest mainly on acid volcanics in the western New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Stringybark - Rough-barked Apple - cypress pine shrubby open forest of the eastern Nandewar Bioregion and western New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Tenterfield Plateau Stringybark Sheltered Forest
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  • Dry sclerophyll forests (shrubby sub-formation)
    • Northern Tableland Dry Sclerophyll Forests
      • 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
      • Black Cypress Pine - Tumbledown Red Gum - Narrow-leaved Ironbark - Stringybark She Oak open forest on acid volcanics of the 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
      • Caleys Ironbark - Orange Gum - Black Cypress Pine shrubby open forest on acid volcanics of the northern New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Mole River Blackbutt Woodland
      • Mole River Tumbledown Gum-Ironbark Shrub Woodland
      • New England Hills Red Gum-Stringybark Shrub Forest
      • Northern New England Orange Gum Exposed Woodland
      • Orange Gum - Black Cypress Pine shrubby open forest on acid volcanics of the north 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 shrubby open forest of the northern New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Orange Gum Swamp Woodland on acid volcanic-derived sediments in the western New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Round-leaved Gum - Broad-leaved Stringybark grassy forest on metasediments in the Torrington area of the New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Stringybark She Oak shrubland on acid volcanic outcrops in the Pindari Dam area 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
      • Tumbledown Red Gum - Black Cypress Pine shrubby open forest on rhyolite geology of the Nandewar Bioregion and north west New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Wallangara White Gum - Orange Gum open woodland on granite outcrops in the far northern New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Western New England Blackbutt - Orange Gum - Black Cypress Pine shrubby woodland in the Torrington area of the New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Western New England Blackbutt - Round-leaved Gum - Stringybark shrubby open forest in the Torrington area of the New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Western New England Blackbutt - stringybark open forest of the Nandewar Bioregion and New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Western New England Caleys Ironbark-Tumbledown Gum Forest
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  • Heathlands
    • Northern Montane Heaths
      • Mole River Wattle-Tea-tree Rocky Scrub
      • New England Rockplate Shrubland
      • Shrublands in the Bolivia Hill area of the New England Tableland Bioregion
      • Tenterfield Plateau Kunzea Scrub