||Light brown grey, stony uniform sandy-loam on bedrock.
||North-West 290 degrees.
obliqua / Eucalyptus
amygdalina open forest
||Permian mudstone / siltstone
- open E. obliqua/E. amygdalina forest to 15m
- understorey of Exocarpus and Banksia.
- shrublayer of Epacris impressa, Pultenaea juniperina, Davisea
- Very sparse ground layer of Gonocarpus teucroides with high
coverage of bare ground, rocks and litter.
- controls structure of vegetation
- species present adapted to fire including increased number of Fabaceae members
- soil and nutrient status affected by fire
- slope and aspect augment fire