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Threatened plants of the Namoi Catchment

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The Namoi Catchment is home to a wide variety of threatened species.  Several threatened plant species at risk of extinction have been identified as priorities by Namoi CMA, such as those occurring in the Western Granite Country of the Namoi Catchment. 

The following factsheets introduce a selection of these threatened plants, providing a description, information on their habitat, some details regarding current threats and further information about what you can do to help them survive in the long term.

Barraba Heath Myrtle
Barraba Heath Myrtle
Narrow-leaved Peppermint
Narrow-leaved Peppermint
Monotaxis and Bertya
Monotaxis and Bertya
Small-fruited Mountain Gum
Small-fruited Mountain Gum
McKie's Stringybark
McKie's Stringybark
Velvet Wattle
Velvet Wattle
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