Native plant - Peep Hill hop-bush

  • Fact sheet
  • August 2015
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Peep Hill hop-bush (Dodonaea subglandulifera))

Description

Ecology

Conservation rating

Peep Hill hop-bush is listed as nationally endangered – estimated 45,000 to 50,000 plants remaining.

Threats

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Habitat

Low hills and plains on loamy soils with rocky (limestone, slate, shale) outcrops. Found in mallee woodland, often with Callitris preissii and sheoak. It also has been found in acacia shrubland.

Distribution

Endemic to South Australia. In the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin region populations are found in:

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