The endangered species include herbaceous plants like the pink early nancy (Wurmbea centralis, Liliaceae) and Juncus continuus (Juncaceae), shrub species like Sturt's desert rose (Gossypium sturtianum, Malvaceae), Rulingia magniflora (Sterculi-aceae), Hibbertia
glaberrima (Dilleniaceae), Baeckea polystemonea (Myrtaceae), and Plectranthus intraterraneus (Lamiaceae).
gasstroemii high nutrient soil ZZZ Asteraceae (Family) Senecio lautus maritimus low nutrient soil ILK Helichrysum elatum high nutrient soil BCK Hibbertia
Species of particular significance in terms of known populations on Trust for Nature land include Chariot Wheels Maireana cheelii (Vv), Concave Pomaderris Pomaderris subplicata (Vv), Euroa Guinea-flower Hibbertia
humifusa erigens (Vv), Leafy Greenhood Pterostylis cucullata (Ve), Little Pink Spider-orchid Caladenia rosella (Ee), Matted Flax-lily Dianella amoena (Ee), Spiny Rice-flower Pimelea spinibractea spinibractea (Ce), Dwarf Kerrawang Rulingia prostrata (Ee) and Swamp Sheoak Casuarina obesa (e).
(Dilleniaceae) has different kinds of monosymmetry: some species have a single carpel, some species have a monosymmetric androecium, this monosymmew being median or transversal (Tucker & Bernhardt, 2000; Horn, 2006, 2007, 2009).
Evolution of floral symmetry and foliar organs in Hibbertia (Dilleniaceae).
Floral ontogeny, pattern formation, and evolution in Hibbertia and Adrastea (Dilleniaceae).
They showed that multiple correlations among plant stature and features of wood and leaf structure are influenced by ecological forces, such as seasonal drought, in taxonomically unrelated genera, such as Hibbertia and Erythroxylum.
On the occurrence of silica grains in woods of Hibbertia (Dilleniaceae).