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Saltmarsh is dominated by succulent herbs and shrubs and tussocky plants. Occasionally inundated by the sea.
Lowland grassland is dominated by natives grasses in the tallest layer. Land less than 600 m above sea level.
Buttongrass moorland is dominated by sedges and rushes. Buttongrass hummocks prominent.
Dry coastal vegetation
is dominated by species confined to the coastal zone. Found on coastal sand dunes, cliffs and rocky shores.
Heath is dominated by small-leaved prickly shrubs less than 2 m tall. Land less than 1000 m above sea level.
Alpine vegetation is less than 2 m tall. Land higher than 1000 m above sea level.
Highland grassland is dominated by native grasses in the tallest layer. Land higher than 600 m above sea level.