Flora Survey
 
The National Vegetation Information System (NVIS) identifies 30 major vegetation groups (MVG) and 67 major vegetation subgroups.
 
The following MVGs are present on the Long Grass Nature Refuge
 
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List species records as recorded in our database as being present on the property.
12.8.21     
12.9-10.15
12.8.14     
12.8.17     
12.9-10.19 
12.9-10.3  
12.9-10.6  
12.9-10.7  
12.3.7       
 
Semi-evergreen vine thicket with Brachychiton rupestris on Cainozoic igneous rocks.
Semi-evergreen vine thicket with Brachychiton rupestris on sedimentary rocks
Eucalyptus eugenioides, E. biturbinata, E. melliodora open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks
Eucalyptus crebra, E. melanophloia woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks
Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa open forest on sedimentary rocks
Eucalyptus moluccana on sedimentary rocks
Acacia harpophylla open forest on sedimentary rocks
Eucalyptus crebra woodland on sedimentary rocks
Eucalyptus tereticornis, Melaleuca viminalis, Casuarina cunninghamiana fringing forest
 
Ecosystems present at Long Grass Nature Refuge
 
Regional ecosystems are communities of vegetation that are consistently associated with a particular combination of geology, land form and soil in a bioregion. Each regional ecosystem has been assigned a conservation status which is based on its current remnant extent (how much of it remains) in a bioregion.
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