Virgatus twiggy beardheath lilaeopsis polyantha

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virgatus twiggy beardheath Lilaeopsis polyantha jointed swampstorks Limosella australis southern mudwort Lindsaea linearis screw fern Linum marginale native flax Lobelia anceps angled lobelia Lobelia gibbosa var. gibbosa tall lobelia i Lolium loliaceum stiff ryegrass i Lolium perenne perennial ryegrass i Lotus corniculatus birdsfoot trefoil i Lotus uliginosus greater birdsfoot- trefoil i Lupinus arboreus tree lupin it Luzula campestris field wood-rush Luzula flaccida pale wood-rush i Lycium ferocissimum african boxthorn Lycopodiella lateralis slender clubmoss Lycopodiella serpentina bog clubmoss Lycopodium deuterodensum conifer clubmoss Lythrum hyssopifolia small loosestrife i Malva dendromorpha tree mallow Mazus pumilio swamp mazus Melaleuca ericifolia coast paperbark Melaleuca squarrosa scented paperbark i Melilotus indicus sweet melilot Mentha diemenica var. serpyllifolia thymeleaf mint Microlaena stipoides weeping grass Microsorum pustulatum subsp. pustulatum kangaroo fern Microtis arenaria notched onion- orchid Microtis oblonga sweet onion-orchid Microtis unifolia common onion- orchid King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 86
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Stat us Scientific Name Common Name TSP Act EPBC Act Priori ty Mimulus repens creeping monkeyflower Mitrasacme pilosa var. pilosa hairy mitrewort i Moenchia erecta erect chickweed Monotoca elliptica tree broomheath Monotoca glauca goldey wood Monotoca scoparia prickly broomheath Montia australasica white purslane i Moraea flaccida oneleaf cape tulip Muehlenbeckia australis climbing lignum Myoporum insulare common boobialla Myosotis australis southern forgetmenot i Myosotis discolor changing forgetmenot i Myosotis laxa subsp. caespitosa lesser forgetmenot i Myosotis scorpioides water forgetmenot Myriophyllum amphibium broad watermilfoil e Myriophyllum austropygmaeum highland watermilfoil Myriophyllum muelleri hooded watermilfoil r C Myriophyllum salsugineum lake watermilfoil Myriophyllum simulans amphibious watermilfoil e Nablonium calyceroides spiny everlasting i Nassella trichotoma serrated tussock i Nasturtium officinale two-row watercress Nematolepis squamea subsp . squamea satinwood Notelaea ligustrina native olive C Notodanthonia semiannularis marsh wallabygrass Olearia argophylla musk daisybush C Olearia axillaris coast daisybush Olearia floribunda flowery daisybush Olearia glandulosa swamp daisybush Olearia glutinosa sticky daisybush Olearia lepidophylla clubmoss daisybush Olearia phlogopappa dusty daisybush Olearia ramulosa twiggy daisybush Olearia stellulata sawleaf daisybush Opercularia varia variable stinkweed Ophioglossum lusitanicum subsp . coriaceum adders-tongue Orthoceras strictum horned orchid r C i Oxalis corniculata subsp.
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