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    Here are some of the identified species of plants living in the Jamison Valley and its surrounds:

    A   Open Forest Occurs on ridgetops, north-west slopes
    B Woodland Occurs on Ridgetops
    C Swamp Occurs on valley sides and valley floor
    D Heath Occurs on exposed ridges and plateaux on shallow soils
    E Scattered Trees Growing in gaps in cliffs
    F Closed Forest (Warm temperate Rainforest)
    Occurs in sheltered gullies along water courses
    G Open Forest Occurs in sheltered slopes and gullies

    Common Name Botanical Name Where Found
    Blue Mountain Ash Eucalyptus Oreades G - Open Forest
    E - Scattered Trees
    Black Ash Eucalyptus Sieberi A - Open Forest
    Peppermint Eucalyptus Radiata  
    Black Wattle Callicoma Serratifolia  
    Turpentine Syncarpia Glomulifera  
    Coachwood Ceratopetalum Apetalum  
    Lilly Pilly Acmena Smithii  
    Sassafras Doryphora Sassafras  
    Possumwood Quintinia Sieberi  
    Sydney Peppermint Eucalyptus Piperita  
    Blue Gum Eucalyptus Deanei  
    Smooth Barked pple Angophora Costata  
    Broad Leafed Peppermint Eucalyptus dives  
    Grey Gum Eucalyptus Punctata  
    Purple Peabush Swainsona Galegifolia  
    Cedar Wattle Acacia Elata  
    Red Bloodwood Wucayptus Gummifera  
    Mountain Devil Lambertia Formosa B - Woodland
    Waratah Telopea Speciossima  
    Banksia Serrata Banksia Serrata  
    Hairpin Banksia Banksia Spinulosa  
      Allania Endicheri  
    Mountian Swamp Heath Sprengelia Mionticola  
    Yellow Pea Bush Pultanaea sp.  
    Strap Water Fern Blechnum Pertersonii  
    Coral Fern Gleichenia Dicarpa  
    Cutting Grass Gahnia sp.  
    Blu Mountains Malee Eucalyptus Stricta  
    Dwarf Conifer Microstrobos Fitzgeraldii  
    Rough Barked SApple Angophora Floribunda  
    Grass Tree Xanthorrhea sp.  
    Sundew Drosera Spathulata  
    Sundew Drosera Binata  
    Flowering Bells Epacris Reclinata  
    Mallee Eucalyptus Bauerlenii  

     

    Last updated : 29 Oct 2015

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