Ciliolate Hebe is a cushion-forming plant in the Scrophulariaceae family. It forms dense, compact cushions usually 30-40 cm in diameter. The cushions are usually tightly compacted and rather rigid, 2-4 cm high, and branchlets 4-5 mm diameter.
Ciliolate Hebe |
Status: Vulnerable on the EPBC Act list
Government evidence of impact of climate change:
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Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Chionohebe ciliolata
The main potential threats to the Ciliolate Hebe include climate change; expansion to the skifield area or inappropriate development of the Ben Lomond plateau.
Australian Government, Listing Advices, Veronica ciliolata
While climate change may be a significant future threat; the severity of climate change; and its impact upon this species is unknown.
In the future; the species could also be threatened by climate change; expansions to the skifield area or inappropriate development of the Ben Lomond plateau.