Shrubs

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Common Dogwood (Cassinia aculeata)

Widespread in the forest and along roadsides. Regeneration is promoted by soil disturbance (natural & anthropogenic), so it often grows in patches/clumps that reflect a particular set of disturbance-succession circumstances. Short-lived, generally less than 10 years.

Austral Bracken (Pteridium esculentum)

Large-leaf Bush Pea (Pultenaea daphnoides)

Gorse Bitter Pea (Daviesia ulicifolia)

Hop Bitter Pea (Daviesia latifolia)

Austral Indigo (Indigofera australis)

Handsome Flat-pea (Platylobium formosum)

Large-leaf Bush Pea (Pultenaea daphnoides)

Purple Coral-pea (Hardenbergia violacea)

Kangaroo Apple (Solanum aviculare)

Common Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris)

Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus)

Restricted to wetter areas, generally along gullies and wetlands; more closely associated with wet EVC’s, but occurs in the ecotone with herb-rich Foothill Forest.

Red-fruit Saw-sedge (Gahnia sieberana)

This sedge can grow to several meters in height. Generally occurs in gullies and wetlands; more closely associated with wet EVC’s, but occurs in the ecotone with Herb-rich Foothill Forest.

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