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Records of other associated species suggest (Fig. 5) that the observations in the literature about D. sericeum dominance were probably made during visits in years when there had been a pulse of establishment and growth by this species which behaves as a short-lived perennial in semi-arid Queensland. Conclusion Knowledge of Australian environment and the changes which have taken place since the invasion of Europeans and their animals and plants is still poorly documented and poorly understood (Williams 1985).
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