Eremophila denticulata subsp. trisulcata  |  

Eremophila denticulata subsp. trisulcata

Status: Endangered on the EPBC Act list

The cumquat eremophila grows to 2.5 m tall. It is known from 5 subpopulations north and north-west of Mt Ragged in Western Australia. In 2004, there were 800 plants, with 750 occurring in one subpopulation in a firebreak and a private road reserve.

Government evidence of impact of climate change:

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  • Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Eremophila denticulata subsp. trisulcata

    Wildfire suppression and prescribed burning represent particular threats to several subpopulations.

    Develop habitat suitability models to determine the ecological environmental indices responsible for the subspecies distribution; and how it may change due to the impending threats such as grazing and inappropriate fire regimes and soil disturbance (Guisan Zimmermann 2000).