This species is known only from its initial collection, made in Neutral Bay, Sidney, as described by Cleland and Cheel 1923. Further information regarding this species’ distribution, habitat preferences, and potential threats appears to be deficient. Until such information arises, this species is listed as DD.
Why suggested for a Global Red List Assessment?
This species was originally recorded as growing on the ground in Neutral Bay, Sidney, Australia (Cleland and Cheel 1923).
Population and Trends
Due to a deficiency in geographic data concerning any wild populations of this species, the current trends of such populations cannot be determined at this time without further research thereinto.
Population Trend: Uncertain
Habitat and Ecology
The exact locality of this species in its original description is unknown, and as such its habitat is uncertain.
Because the habitat of this species is uncertain, it is unreasonable to assign any threats to it without further research into its distribution and ecology.
No conservation actions can be recommended at this time, due to a deficiency in geographic distribution information, as well as habitat preference.
Further research is needed to better establish the geographic distribution of this species, as well as the threats affecting it, and its habitat preferences. Without this information, an accurate classification of this species is not feasible.
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