National recovery plan for the Genoa River Correa (Correa lawrenceana variety genoensis)
Oberon Carter, Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria and Neville Walsh, Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne, 2010
- National recovery plan for the Genoa River Correa (Correa lawrenceana variety genoensis) (PDF - 107 KB) | (RTF - 573 KB)
The Genoa River Correa Correa lawrenceana variety genoensis is a small shrub endemic to a confined area in Victoria and New South Wales. There are five wild populations containing an unknown (but small) number of plants.
Threats to populations include weed invasion and altered fire and hydrological regimes. The taxon is listed as Endangered under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
This national Recovery Plan for C. lawrenceana var. genoensis details the species’ distribution and biology, conservation status and threats, and recovery objectives and actions necessary to ensure its long-term survival.