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Potential Distribution of Spanish heath (Erica lusitanica) in Victoria

This map of the potential distribution of Spanish heath has been produced from CLIMATE modelling and overlayed with:

Overlays used

Land Uses: Pasture dryland

Broad vegetation types: Dry foothill forest; montane dry woodland; grassland; plains grassy woodland; valley grassy forest; coastal grassy woodland; herb-rich woodland; montane grassy woodland; riverine grassy woodland; rainshadow woodland; mallee-heath; boinka-raak; mallee woodland; heathy woodland; Wimmera mallee woodland; lowland forest; heath; box-ironbark forest; inland slopes and sedge-rich woodland.

Colours indicate possibility of Erica lusitanica infesting these areas.
Red = Very High
Orange = High
Light Green = Medium
Dark Green = Likely
In the non-coloured areas the plant is unlikely to establish as the climate, soil or landuse is not presently suitable.

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