42 species from Box-Gum Grassy Woodland are featured on Florabank's Species Navigator. To assist people who are learning about or working to restore Box-Gum Grassy Woodland, now the Species Navigator Fact Sheets for each of these 42 Box-Gum Grassy Woodland species are easily accessible from the list at the end of this web-page.
The Species Navigator Fact Sheets bring together a range of ecological and taxonomic information about these species. This will make it make it easier for people to find out whether a species is suitable for their site, and how best to collect seed, propagate and establish it.
As a partner in the Communities in Landscapes project, Florabank is providing information about Box-Gum Grassy Woodland species that can be used by people interested finding out more about, or restoring Box-Gum Grassy Woodland habitat. 40 additional Box-gum Grassy Woodland species will be added to the Communities in Landscapes page as part of the Communities in Landscapes project.
Florabank's Species Navigator is an online information tool for people interested in restoring native plant communities. It is an interactive key, with a set of fact sheets for each of the species in the key. You can also use the Species Navigator as an interactive key by following the instructions on the Species Navigator web page, and use the other associated tools on that page such as:
Florabank's Species Navigator, Site Description Tool and Seed Collection Advisor were developed by Greening Australia's Florabank in 2007-2008 in partnership with CSIRO's Australian Tree Seed Centre and with funding from the Australian Government's Natural Heritage Trust.
These Fact Sheets for 42 species found in Box-Gum Grassy Woodland are already on the Florabank Species Navigator. A further 40 Box-Gum Grassy Woodland Species can be accessed here as part of the Communities in Landscapes project between 2010 and 2012. Thanks to funding from the Australian Government's Caring for our Country, these Species Navigator Fact Sheets will also be made available to people attending Communities in Landscapes events.