As explained above, the intersection of the two different ecological communities likely explains the large variety in the shrub population, 32 species listed. It is noticeable that some species are more abundant in one area than the other but there is a clear overlap between the two areas.
Note that a shrub is a woody plant less than 5 metres high, either without a distinct main axis, or with branches persisting on the main axis almost to its base. The smallest are the 30 cm high Pinnate Wedge Pea and the Dwarf Boronia, while the Acacia longifolia reaches over 5 metres in some cases.
What may bee seen as a shrub in the wetland may mature into a small tree. If you cannot find a particular shrub in this list try the list of Small Trees following.

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