This collection has been developed to cover the plants within the landscape of the Brisbane Ranges that surround the Brisbane Ranges National Park and Steiglitz Historic Park, but do not include observations within these reserves. Plant names will be added progressively as observations are made.
Much of the surrounding land of the national park is native vegetation owned by private landholders or part of local government road reserves.
Be sure to visit the collection called "Brisbane Ranges significant flora" to add any of your observations that are relevant to that collection.
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An well-established patch of succulent weed, which has originated from the entrance of a property on the east side of Bacchus Marsh-Balliang Road, and now spread across to the opposite side of the road and into private property. Infestation appears to be contained within a single patch, but has spread to approximately 30m along the roadside.
Severely browsed by wallabies. One of only two plants of this species found in the near vicinity. The plant was caged to protect from Wallaby browsing. The other plant is also caged and approximately 30 metres away.