IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)


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Range Description

Notable subpopulations within Dianas Peak National Park can be found at High Ridge, Warrens, Byrons, Mt Actaeon, Washhouse, Taylors, Jockies, Landslide, and Newfoundland. S. bracteatum grows well in stands among the Cabbage trees and tree-ferns, favouring damp spots, flushes and gullies around 750 m.

Subpopulation sizes vary from 10s to 100s and are fragmented.


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