Maranoa Balonne region GLM land types
To view the description for a specific land type within the Maranoa Balonne region of Queensland, click on the land type or plant index below:
- Bendee ridges
- Bloodwood-ironbark woodland on steep rocky hills
- Brigalow belah scrub
- Brigalow with melonholes
- Coolibah floodplains
- Cypress pine on deep sands
- Cypress pine on duplex soils
- Hard mulga
- Mitchell grasslands
- Narrow-leaved ironbark
- Poplar box on alluvial plains
- Poplar box on duplex soils
- Poplar box and silver-leaved ironbark
- Poplar box with mulga understorey
- Poplar box with sandalwood understorey
- Poplar box and brigalow
- Soft mulga
- Softwood vine scrub on clay or loam
- Maranoa Balonne Region plant index
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