Biological Survey of cemeteries of the South East (2008) (Code: )

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In the spring of 2007 the Nature Conservation Society of South Australia undertook a survey of native vegetation in cemeteries in the South East of South Australia. The aim of the Survey was to assess the floristic and avian biodiversity assets of cemeteries within the local government areas of Tatiara, Naracoorte Lucindale, Wattle Range, Robe, Grant, and Kingston.

Overall a total of 201 native plant species were recorded in the 15 quadrat sites surveyed. Thirty seven of these species, or approximately 20%, were found to be of Regional or State conservation significance. All but two of the survey quadrats contained one or more species of Regional significance.


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