来源： Environment Australia, 2001; Daniel et al. 2006
The first plant deaths associated with Phytophthora cinnamomi were recorded in NSW in the 1940s.
Daniel et al. (2006) report on the occurrence and distribution of P. cinnamomi at Middle Head and North Head on the northern shores of
Sydney Harbour. The public lands around Sydney Harbour, Middle Head and North Head are managed by the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust (SHFT) and National Parks and Wildlife Service NSW (NPWS). At least 199 native flora species occur on the two land masses, including the rare and endangered wattle (see Acacia terminalis subsp. terminalis in NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service endangered species listing) and Rulingia hermaniifolia (Anon. 2003 in Daniel et al.2006).
The authors as a result of their study conclude that P. cinnamomi is at
least partially involved in the dieback of plant species at
Middle Head and North Head.
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