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Preliminary report on a survey of Utricularia (Lentibulariaceae) in the Howard River – Shoal Bay area

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Title

Preliminary report on a survey of Utricularia (Lentibulariaceae) in the Howard River – Shoal Bay area

Collection

Greening Australia NT newsletters; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

2002

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Notes

This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; I. D. Cowie

Language

English

Subject

Plant conservation; Revegetation

Publisher name

Greening Australia NT

Place of publication

Berrimah

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Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/275079

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/424559

Page content

Type: Adelaide River [probably Koolpinyah], N.T., N.Holtze 1176 (MEL: holo; K. NSW: iso.) Distribution: endemic to N.T.; known from Darwin rural area, Bathurst Island, base of western Arnhem Land escarpment, and east of Ramingining. Habitat: sandy swamps and seepage areas with Dapsilanthus and Melaleuca or at the edge of small streams, in water to a few cm deep or on damp sand. Apparently more tolerant of clayey substrates than many species. Flowering: Mar.- June. Abundance: relatively common in the Darwin Rural area. Proposed IUCN category: NT Utricularia cheiranthos P.Taylor Type: c. 33 km SW of Oenpelli, N.T., P.Taylor 17145 (K: holo.). Distribution: endemic to N.T. occurring at base of western Arnhem Land plateau and in adjacent parts of Kakadu NP. Habitat: wet grassland near streams. Flowering: Mar. - May. Abundance: rare. Proposed IUCN category: NT. Utricularia chrysantha R. B r. Type: Qld, Point Lookout, Banks & Solander (holo: BM). Distribution: southern New Guinea and Australia (WA, NT, Qld); widespread in the Top End. Habitat: in wet grassland and sedgeland, sometimes beside streams. Flowering: all months. Abundance: common. Proposed IUCN category: lc. Utricularia circumvoluta P.Taylor Type: E of McMinns Lagoon, c. 33 km SE of Darwin, N.T., P.Taylor 17123 (K: holo.). Distribution: N.T., QLD; in NT, near McMinns Lagoon, near Gunn Pt Rd, Yirrkala, Nitmiluk NP; two localities in Qld. Habitat: in swamps and on the margins of streams and lagoons, usually in shallow water among tall grasses and sedges; on sandy substrates (C.Michell, pers. comm.). Flowering: Mar.-June. Abundance: uncommon Proposed IUCN category: NT Utricularia D 127178 rubra Distribution: Darwin Rural area. Habitat: wet grassland. Flowering: May. Abundance: known from only one collection, but extremely inconspicuous. Proposed IUCN category: dd(a) Utricularia dunlopii P.Taylor Type: Little Nourlangie Rock, N.T., C.R.Dunlop 4737 (K: holo; DNA, NT: iso.). Distribution: endemic to northern W.A.and N.T.; in N.T. known from the western Arnhem Land plateau, Fitzmaurice River area and at Nitmiluk NP; and from two localities near Darwin. Also known from several collections from North Kimberley, W.A. Habitat: in damp depressions on sandstone pavement, on seepage areas, along sandy creeks or on damp sand, in seasonally swampy areas with Dapsilanthus.


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