NON-INDIGENOUS AND PEST PLANTS

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SECTION FROM STREET NAMED TO NEXT ST. WEST:Charman
Road
Cliff
Grv.
Wells
Road
Deauville
Street
Hutchison AvenueCromer
Road
Banksia
Street
Bodley StreetKeys
Street
Sparks
Street
Rennison
Street
Dalgetty

Road
Tramway ParadeBurgess
Street
Reserve
Road
Coral
Av.
Haydens

Road
Coronet
Grove
AustralStork‘s BillPelargoniumaustrale Charman Cliff WellsDeauville Hutchison   Keys Sparks    BurgessReserve  Haydens  Coronet
Beaded GlasswortSarcocornia
quinqueflora
             Burgess    
Black Anther Flax LilyDianellarevoluta
var. revoluta
   Deauville     Sparks      Haydens Coronet
Black WattleAcaciamearnsiiCharmanCliffWellsDeauvilleHutchisonCromer   Keys Sparks  TramwayBurgess    
Blue Tussock GrassPoapoiformis                HaydensCoronet
BoobiallaMyoporum
insulare
 CharmanCliffWells DeauvilleHutchisonCromer BodleyKeysSparksRennison Tramway ReserveCoralHaydensCoronet
Cherry BallartExocarpus
cupressiformis
 CliffWells Hutchison             
Climbing Lignum §Muehlenbeckia
adpressa
 Cliff Deauville     Sparks Dalgetty  Reserve Haydens 
Coast BanksiaBanksiaintegrifoliaCharmanCliff  Hutchison   Keys  DalgettyTramwayBurgessReserveCoralHaydensCoronet
Coast Beard HeathLeucopogon
parviflorus
Charman    Cromer     DalgettyTramway   HaydensCoronet
Coast CorreaCorreaalba     Cromer Banksia KeysSparksRennison TramwayBurgessReserve  Coronet
Coast DaisyBrachyscome
parvula
         Sparks        
Coast Daisy BushOleariaaxillarisCharman  Wells  Hutchison Banksia Keys SparksRennison Tramway Reserve  Coronet
Coast SaltbushAtriplex
cinerea
    Hutchison Banksia  Sparks DalgettyTramway Reserve HaydensCoronet
CoastSpear GrassAustrostipa
stipoides
         Sparks    Reserve HaydensCoronet
CoastSword SedgeLepidosperma
gladiatum
     Cromer    Rennison Tramway Reserve  Coronet
Coast Tea TreeLeptospermumlaevigatumCharmanCliffWellsDeauvilleHutchison  BodleyKeysSparksRennisonDalgettyTramwayBurgessReserveCoralHaydensCoronet
Coast WattleAcaciasophoraeCharman Wells Deauville   BodleyKeysSparksRennisonDalgetty BurgessReserveCoralHaydensCoronet
Cushion BushLeucophyta
brownii
 Cliff  Deauville     Sparks     Reserve   
Drooping She-oakAllocasuarina
verticillata
CharmanCliffWellsDeauvilleHutchisonCromer BanksiaBodleyKeysSparksRennisonDalgettyTramwayBurgessReserveCoralHaydensCoronet
Eucalyptus sp.#Eucalyptussp. CharmanCliff WellsDeauvilleHutchisonCromer Bodley    TramwayBurgess    
Hairy SpinifexSpinifexsericeus                HaydensCoronet
Hop GoodeniaGoodeniaovataCharman Cliff WellsDeauville HutchisonCromer  KeysSparks Rennison Tramway  Reserve HaydensCoronet
Kangaroo AppleSolanumlaciniatum    Hutchison       Tramway     
Knobby Club-rushFicinianodosa    HutchisonCromerBanksiaBodley  Rennison Tramway Reserve HaydensCoronet
Manna GumEucalyptuspryoriana CliffWells               
New Zealand SpinachTetragonia
tetragonioides
 CharmanCliffWells DeauvilleHutchisonCromer  Banksia KeysSparks RennisonDalgettyTramway Reserve HaydensCoronet
Rounded Noon-flowerDisphyma
crassifolium
         SparksRennison    Reserve HaydensCoronet
Sea BoxAlyxiabuxifolia      Banksia   Sparks Dalgetty    HaydensCoronet
Sea RocketCakile
maritima
                 Coronet
Seaberry SaltbushRhagodia
candolleana
CharmanCliff WellsDeauvilleHutchisonCromerBanksiaBodleyKeysSparksRennisonDalgettyTramwayBurgessReserve HaydensCoronet
Slender Velvet-bushLasiopetalum
baueri
 CliffWells DeauvilleHutchison   Keys       Reserve   Coronet
SmallGrass-treeXanthorrhoeaminor                 Coronet
Small Leaf ClematisClematismicrophyllaCharman CliffWells HutchisonCromer  Banksia  Sparks DalgettyTramwayBurgess   Haydens 
Swamp PaperbarkMelaleucaericifolia              Reserve   
Sweet BursariaBursaria
spinosa
 CliffWellsDeauville  Banksia           
Wilsonia, Narrow LeafWilsonia
backhousei
             Burgess    
Wilsonia, Round LeafWilsonia
rotundifilia
             Burgess    

Common and scientific names are those used in Sandringham Environment Series No. 3 – Listof Local Native Plants J H Willis 1989

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These eucalypts are somewhat similar to the indigenous species.


Muehlenbeckia adpressa has been attacked by a new organism, first
identified on the coast at Beaumaris, named Phyllosticta beaumarisii.