Plans for threatened plants in SA
Single and/or multiple species Recovery Plans have been prepared for the certain threatened plants in South Australia.
Each is cited by plant grouping, genus, species (and in some cases sub-species, population), common name and name of Recovery Plan (including author, publication year and plan status, eg draft).
Click on the name of a Recovery Plan or on a species name for further details about that species.
- Draft Recovery Plan for Acanthocladium dockeri (spiny daisy) 2006-2010, Clarke et al (2008)
- Recovery Plan for the Peep Hill hop-bush Dodonaea subglandulifera 2010, Moritz & Bickerton (2010)
- Recovery Plan for the endangered Osborn's eyebright Euphrasia collina subsp. Osbornii, Moritz & Bickerton (2010)
- Recovery Plan for Prostanthera eurybioides (Monarto mintbush), Pound et al (2010)
- Draft Revised Recovery Plan for Lachnagrostis limitanea (synonym Agrostis limitanea) (Spalding blown grass), Robertson & Clarke (2006)
- Draft Recovery Plan for the endangered jumping-jack wattle Acacia enterocarpa (R.V. Smith), Moritz & Bickerton (2007)
- Draft Recovery Plan for Acacia pinguifolia (fat-leaved wattle), Pound et al (2009)
- Recovery plan for salt pipewort Eriocaulon carsonii 2007-2011, Fensham R. (2006).
- Recovery Plan for threatened Acacias and Ricinocarpos gloria-medii in central Australia, 2005-2010, Nano et al (2005)
- Draft Recovery Plan for 23 threatened flora taxa on Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, Pobke (2007).
- Draft version May 2009. Recovery Plans for three orchid species in South Australia and Victoria: Caladenia richardsiorum (Little Dip spider-orchid), Caladenia calcicola (limestone spider-orchid) and Pterostylis tenuissima (swamp greenhood) 2009-2013, Dickson et al (2009)
- Draft Recovery Plan for 15 nationally threatened plant species, Kangaroo Island, South Australia, second edition 2003-2013, Taylor (2008)
- Recovery Plan for twelve threatened orchids in the Lofty Block Region of South Australia 2010, Quarmby (2010)
- South Australian Murray Darling Basin threatened flora Recovery Plan, Obst (2005).