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Rainforest remnants on headlands in the Manning Valley: Their composition and conservation significance

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G Williams ,

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Department of Entomology The Australian Museum 6-8 College St Sydney
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Paul Adam

Abstract

Remnant rainforest communities on headlands in the Manning Valley, northern coastal New South Wales are discussed. A preliminary list of native tree and shrub species from sties at Crowdy Head, Saltwater, Redhead and Black Head is provided and management problems are noted. The occurrence of a dry rainforest community at Black Head, containing Backhousia sciadophora, a species previously unrecorded from maritime sites, is discussed.
How to Cite: Williams, G. and Adam, P., 2010. Rainforest remnants on headlands in the Manning Valley: Their composition and conservation significance. Wetlands Australia, 11(1), pp.21–30. DOI: http://doi.org/10.31646/wa.211
Published on 08 Jan 2010.
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