Ecosystems

NameResource typeAccessibilityMapsPhotosTaxonomic coverage

Information

Perth: Geographic information. Ground wateronlineopen access X
Living Wetlands: An introduction to wetlandsfact sheetopen accessX
Living streamsfact sheetopen access X
DPAW: Wetlandsonlineopen access X

Management

Living Wetlands: An introduction to wetlandsfact sheetopen accessX
Living streamsfact sheetopen access X
DPAW: Wetlandsonlineopen access X
A guide to managing and restoring wetlands in Western Australiaonlineopen access X

Fauna

Migratory water birdsonlineopen access Xcommon name
A Guide to Wetland Invertebrates of Southwestern Australia.Bookfor sale XComplete
Our fantastic shore and wetland birdsonlineopen access Xcommon name
Fresh water Fish group & Fish Health unitonlineopen access XG, S
water birds and raptorsonlineopen access Xcommon name
Waterbirds of South-West wetlands.bookfor sale XG, S
Yanchep water birdsfact sheetopen access Xcommon name
Bibra lake birds species listfact sheetopen access common name
water birds of the canning river fact sheetopen accessXXcommon name
Waterbirds of the eastern metropolitan regionfact sheetopen access XG, S
Birds of the swan estuaryfact sheetopen accessXXcommon name
Bibra Lake birdsfact sheetopen access Xcommon name
Fresh water fished of south west Australiafact sheetopen accessXXG, S

Flora

Samphire flats of the Peel-Harvey estuarybookrequest in libraryXXG, S
Native vegetation of freshwater rivers and creeks in south Western Australiabookdownload pdf XG, S
Scum book: A guide to common algae and aquatic plants in wetlands and estuaries of south-western Australia.bookrequest in library XG, S
A guide to emergent wetland plants of the south-western Australiabookrequest in libraryXXF, G, S

Academic papers

Horwitz Pierre, Rogan Ruth, Halse Stuart, Davis Jenny, Sommer Bea (2009) Wetland invertebrate richness and endemism on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 60, 1006-1020request from author

NameResource typeAccessibilityMapsPhotosTaxonomic coverage
Facts
Management
Fauna
sea birdsonlineopen access Xcommon name
shore birds, gulls and ternsonlineopen access Xcommon name
Flora
Coastal Plantsbookfor sale XF, G, S
Academic papers

NameResource typeAccessibilityMapsPhotosTaxonomic coverage

Facts

Urban Bushland councilonlineopen access

Management

Fauna

Our fantastic bushland birdsonlineopen access Xcommon name
Our wonderful bushland invertebratesonlineopen access Xcommon name
Bush birds of the canning river fact sheetopen access Xcommon name
Yanchep bush birdsfact sheetopen access Xcommon name

Flora

Bushland plants of Kings parkbookfor sale XF, G, S

Academic papers

Standish, R.J., Hobbs, R.J. & Miller, J.R. Improving city life: options for ecological restoration in urban landscapes and how these might influence interactions between people and nature. Landscape Ecol (2013) 28: 1213. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-012-9752-1open access

NameType of resourceAccessibilityMapsPhotosTaxonomic coverage

Facts

Banksia WoodlandsBookfor sale X
Banksia Woodlands of the Swan Coastal Plain: a nationally protected ecological communityFact sheet open accessXX

Management

Banksia WoodlandsBookfor sale X

Fauna

Flora

Academic papers

Bamford, M. J. & Huang, N. (2009). The occurrence and status of frogs in the Gnangara Sustainability Strategy study area. Perth: Department of Environment and Conservation.download pdf
Bamford, M. J. (1992). The impact of fire and increasing time after fire upon Heleioporus eyrei, Limnodynastes dorsalis and Myobatrachus gouldii(Anura: Leptodactylidae) in Banksia woodland near perth, western Australia. Wildlife Research, 19, 169-178.request from author
Brown, K., Paczkowska, G. & Gibson, N. (2016). Mitigating impacts of weeds and kangaroo grazing following prescribed fire in a Banksia woodland. Ecological Management Restoration, 17, 133-139.request from author
Brundrett, M. & Longman, V. (2015). Recovery of Banksia Woodland after fire. Wildflower Society of Western Australia Newsletter. Perth, Western Australia.Research gate
Davis, R. A. & Doherty, T. S. (2015a). Rapid recovery of an urban remnant reptile community following summer wildfire. PLoS ONE, 10.research gate
Dover, J. W. & Rowlingson, B. (2005). The western jewel butterfly (Hypochrysops halyaetus): factors affecting adult butterfly distribution within native Banksia bushland in an urban setting. Biological Conservation, 122, 599-609.request from author
Groom, P., Froend, R., Mattiske, E. & Gurner, R. (2001). Long-term changes in vigour and distribution of Banksia and Melaleuca overstorey species on the Swan Coastal Plain. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 84, 63-70.download pdf
Hopper, S. & Burbidge, A. (1989). Conservation status of Banksia woodlands on the Swan Coastal Plain. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 71, 115-116.research gate
How, R. A. & Dell, J. (1989). Vertebrate fauna of Banksia woodlands. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 71, 97-98.request from author
Johnston, T. R., Stock, W. D. & Mawson, P. R. (2016). Foraging by Carnaby's Black-Cockatoo in Banksia woodland on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia. Emu - Austral Ornithology, 116, 284-293.request from author
Ritchie, A., Sinclair, E., Stevens, J.-C., Commander, L. & Davis, R. (2016). EcoCheck: Perth’s Banksia woodlands are in the path of the sprawling city.open access

Taxonomic Coverage indicates the level of identification provided. Key : Common name or F = to family level, G= to genus, S = to species