Proposed changes among non-threatened categories LC, DD and NE in the NT – Plants


Least Concern (LC) Available data indicate the species does not meet IUCN criteria for listing as threatened; the majority of species.
Data Deficient (DD) Those species for which there is not sufficient data on population size or trend to unambiguously determine the conservation status.
Not Evaluated (NE) Includes vagrants in the NT and species with uncertain taxonomy.
Not Assessed (NA) Includes introduced species, species for which the only NT records are disputed, and species not found within NT jurisdictional boundary (e.g. marine species recorded nearby in Commonwealth waters).

Summary of proposed changes to listings

Refer to the summary of proposed changes to non-threatened categories in the NT for plants PDF (1.2 MB).

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Last updated: 25 January 2021

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