Sedgelands in Holocene dune swales Recovery Plan
Department of Environment and Conservation (WA), 2011
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Sedgelands in Holocene dune swales community occurs in linear damplands and occasionally sumplands, between Holocene dunes. Typical and common native species are the shrubs Acacia rostellifera, Acacia saligna, Xanthorrhoea preissii, the sedges Baumea juncea, Ficinia nodosa, Lepidosperma gladiatum, and the grass Poa porphyroclados.
The community occurs in the Western Australian regions of the Swan and South West. It is listed as Endangered under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. The objective of this plan is to maintain or improve the overall condition of the sedgelands in Holocene dune swales community and reduce the level of threat.