Ecological vegetation class profile




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ECOLOGICAL VEGETATION CLASS PROFILE:






937 SWAMPY WOODLAND


Structure:

Woodland to 20 metres

Environment:

Floodplains, alluvial flats and associated lower slopes

Pre-1750 distribution:

Widespread along watercourses of the Mornington Peninsula

Present distribution:

Scattered and rare

Peninsula status:

Endangered

Bioregional status:

Endangered

Nearest relative:

Swamp Scrub

Adjacent EVCs:

Swamp Scrub, Grassy Woodland, Herb-rich Foothill Forest

Typical site:

Warringine Estate, Hastings (VicUrban land to become a reserve)

Notes:

Distinguished by dominant Swamp Gum with abundant Swamp Paperbark in understorey, where Swamp Gum does not form a distinct layer the EVC is Swamp Scrub, this EVC occurs on better drained sites than Swamp Scrub

General notes:

(1) This profile is generalised with only the major species listed; individual sites may differ in composition due to site characteristics (geology, aspect, rainfall, drainage) and site history;
look at the composition of adjacent vegetation to fine tune the species list for your site.

(2) Heights for trees are in metres, other plants in centimetres.

(3) Availability from nurseries is for species, not necessarily for your soil-type genetic provenance within the species; plants should be sourced from same soil type / geology for genetic conservation and best growth; contact your local indigenous nursery and ask them to collect seed from local sites or ensure that plants are local provenance.

(4) Planting of locally sourced indigenous species appropriate for the EVC should be undertaken where remnant indigenous vegetation is absent or where carefully applied bush regeneration techniques have failed to stimulate adequate recruitment of new indigenous plants within remnant indigenous vegetation; managing for natural regeneration preserves the ecological integrity of native vegetation rather than turning it into a plantation.



Scientific name


Common name

Height

Available










Trees









Acacia mearnsii


Black Wattle

12



Bursaria spinosa

Sweet Bursaria

8



Eucalyptus ovata

Swamp Gum

20




Shrubs










Acacia verticillata

Prickly Moses

400



Coprosma quadrifida

Prickly Currant-bush

200



Goodenia ovata

Hop Goodenia


200



Melaleuca ericifolia

Swamp Paperbark

700




Grasses










Austrodanthonia induta

Shiny Wallaby-grass

120



Microlaena stipoides

Weeping Grass

70



Phragmites australis

Common Reed

250




Poa labillardierei

Common Tussock-grass

100



Poa sieberiana

Grey Tussock-grass

80



Poa tenera

Slender Tussock-grass

60




Ground covers










Acaena novae-zelandiae

Bidgee-widgee

20



Alternanthera denticulata

Lesser Joyweed

30



Apium prostratum

Sea Celery

15




Carex appressa

Tall Sedge

150



Centella cordifolia

Centella

20



Dichondra repens

Kidney-weed

4



Drosera whittakeri

Scented Sundew

5




Epilobium billardierianum

Variable Willow-herb

100




Euchiton collinus

Creeping Cudweed

40




Juncus procerus

Tall Rush

180



Lagenophora stipitata

Common Bottle-daisy

20



Lepidosperma laterale var. majus

Variable Sword-sedge

150



Lobelia anceps

Angled Lobelia

30



Lobelia pratioides

Poison Lobelia

5




Persicaria decipiens

Slender Knotweed

80



Ranunculus amphitrichus

Small River Buttercup

5



Ranunculus pumilio

Ferny Small-flower Buttercup

30




Rubus parvifolius

Small-leaf Bramble

100



Senecio glomeratus

Annual Fireweed

120




Senecio minimus

Shrubby Fireweed

150




Senecio tenuiflorus

Slender Fireweed

100




Veronica calycina

Hairy Speedwell

50



Viola hederacea

Ivy-leaf Violet

15




Ferns










Adiantum aethiopicum

Common Maidenhair

35




Pteridium esculentum

Austral Bracken

100





Climbers, epiphytes










Cassytha pubescens

Downy Dodder-laurel







Clematis microphylla

Small-leaved Clematis









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