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  • Nearly extinct on the mainland, the eastern barred bandicoot (Perameles gunnii) inhabits grasslands through out this ecoregion.

    Tasmanian temperate forests

  • There has been a 32 percent loss of King Billy pine forest over the last 100 years, and any fire event is likely to cause a local extinction of King Billy pine, Huon pine, and Nothofagus gunnii.

    Tasmanian temperate rain forests

  • Both the eastern barred bandicoot (Perameles gunnii) and the eastern quoll (Dasyurus viverrinus) are nearly extinct on mainland Australia but still found throughout the Tasmanian Central Highland Forests.

    Tasmanian Central Highland forests

  • Montane grasslands are found above 600 m in elevation, often on dolerite substrates, with Poa labillardierei and P. gunnii dominant.

    Tasmanian Central Highland forests

  • When fire disturbance is minimal, dense low thickets of Nothofagus cunninghamii and N. gunnii can grow up to 1,400 meters (m).

    Tasmanian Central Highland forests

  • Eucalyptus gunnii which flourished in the garden in full view of Bruce's study.

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  • But Peter McGlone from the Tasmanian Conservation Trust says the proposal would wipe out a critically endangered flowering shrub, tetratheca gunnii, or 'shy susan'.

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  • Also cider gum due to a sweet edible sap produced by this tree, Eucalyptus gunnii.

    April 15, 2014