Regional variability in salmon gum (Eucalyptus salmonophloia) woodlands of south-western Australia, with particular focus on the Great Western Woodlands
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The floristic survey and analysis of 100 plots in pure salmon gum woodland in the Great Western Woodlands (GWW) region of Western Australia contributed to the classification of salmon gum communities across south–western Australia. Gradients in annual mean rainfall and temperature, and seasonal rainfall patterns influence the floristic patterns and delineation of five range-wide communities. Strong differences were detected between Wheatbelt and GWW communities, confirming the threatened status of the Wheatbelt salmon gum woodlands.
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