Astrebla


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Astrebla

Mitchell grasses, Australian members of the family Poaceae (Graminae), hosts a fungus (Corallocytostroma) in the form of 'coral' sclerotia (galls) which produce an unidentified toxin causing fatal black soil blindness in cattle.
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Orr DM, Phelps DG (2013) Impacts of level of utilisation by grazing on an Astrebla (Mitchell grass) grassland in north-western Queensland between 1984 and 2010.
Zoologists Gerhard Kortner and Fritz Geiser from the University of New England in Armidale came to this conclusion after studying the behaviour of the stripe-faced dunnart (Sminthopsis macroura) in its natural habitat in the Astrebla Downs National Park in Queensland, Australia.
Zeuxine oblonga * Totals 83 57 52 44 Seeds NC NT NWS NWP Abutilon otocarpum * Acacia aneura * Acacia binervata * * Acacia brachystachya * Acacia farnesiana * * * * Acacia implexa * * * * Acacia ligulata * Acacia longifolia * * Acacia melanoxylon * * * Acacia murrayana * * Acacia oswaldii * * Acacia pycantha * Acacia salicina * * * * Acacia sophorae * Acacia stenophylla * * Acacia tetragonophylla * Acacia verniciflua * Alectryon oleifolius * * Ammania multiflora * Astrebla spp.
vesicaria and Astrebla pectinata association, which covers 26.
In the brigalow environment these may include Dichanthium, Astrebla, Bothriochloa, and Heteropogon, although the major limitation to this occurring is seed availability (Burrows 2000).
1 Pennisetum clandestinum 1 Astrebla lappacea 1 Paspalum notatum (A) Not a tropical grass species.
Brigalow, Acacia harpophylla; belah, Casuarina cristata; Mitchell grass, Astrebla spp.
gayana, Cenchrus ciliaris (buffel grass), Heteropogon contortus (black spear grass), and Astrebla lappacea (curly Mitchell grass) were present.
Vegetation originally consisted of open savannah woodland, with a grass cover of Themeda, Danthonia, Aristida, and Astrebla species.