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Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants

Tasmanian Native Plants coverThis report provides a range of information on the reservation status of vascular plant species in Tasmania, including records of individual species within the reserve system and summary analyses of various trends in the data.

As the publication is very large, it is separated into several parts for ease of downloading.

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5: Appendices, References
Purchasing a copy of the publication

Part 1 includes:
  • Acknowledgments
  • Contents
  • Executive summary
  • Background
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Summary
  • Look up table and explanations
Download Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants - Part 1 as a PDF  Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants - Part 1
(PDF: 574 KB / 19 pages) 
 

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Part 2 includes:
  • Breakdown for each taxon A-C
Download Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants A-C as a PDF  Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants A-C
(PDF: 1.58 MB / 86 pages) 
 

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Part 3 includes:
  • Breakdown for each taxon D-L
Download Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants D-L as a PDF  Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants D-L
(PDF: 1.83 MB / 104 pages) 
 

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Part 4 includes:
  • Breakdown for each taxon M-Z
Download Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants M-Z as a PDF  Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants M-Z
(PDF: 2.14 MB / 121 pages) 
 

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Part 5 includes:
  • Appendix 1: Full definitions of Comprehensive, Adequate and Representative
  • Appendix 2: Method Used for Undertaking the Analysis
  • Appendix 3: Species occurring in one reserve class
  • Appendix 4: Reserves which at the time of the assessment had no flora data records in NVA
  • Appendix 5: List of species recorded as unreserved
  • Appendix 6: List of species recorded to occur in one reserve only
  • References
Download Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants - Appendices, References as a PDF  Reservation Status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants - Appendices, References
(PDF: 89 KB / 11 pages) 
 

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Obtaining a copy

This publication can be obtained free of charge by contacting:

Contact: Senior Scientist, Natural Values Atlas
Naomi Lawrence
Senior Scientist, Natural Values Atlas, Biodiversity Conservation Branch
134 Macquarie Street HOBART TAS 7000
Phone: 03 6233 6311
Fax: 03 6233 3477
Email: Naomi.Lawrence@dpipwe.tas.gov.au

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