Managing Phytophthora dieback in the Fitzgerald River National Park on the south coast of Western Australia
Dunne, C. (2008) Managing Phytophthora dieback in the Fitzgerald River National Park on the south coast of Western Australia. In: Dieback Information Group Conference (DIG 08), 4 July, Perth, Western Australia.
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Fitzgerald River National Park on the south coast of WA is one of the most diverse botanical regions in the world, reflected in its designation as a World Biosphere Reserve. Around 2000 species and subspecies of native flowering plants are found in the park, representing nearly 20 per cent of the total number of plant species in W A. Included in this are over 62 endemic plant species with a further 48 plant species more Of less confined to the park. This diverse flora supports a number of threatened animals including the critically endangered western ground parrot and the endangered dibbler.
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