IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)


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Range Description

Platylobium alternifolium is endemic to Australia, distributed only in the state of Victoria where it is considered as rare. It is confined to the Grampians Range in the western part of this state. The presence of this species in the Bolangum Range is uncertain since the only specimen found from this area is sterile material which can be easily confused with P. formosum (Ross 1983). The species is only known from within the Grampians National Park which covers an area of 167,000 hectares, and the available verifiable localities restrict the species range to only the northern part of the park to an estimated area of occupancy of only 12 km2.


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