Critically Endangered: Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016
The clover glycine only exists in south-eastern Australia, but is widely distributed. It can be found in South Australia’s Port Pirie, throughout much of Victoria and near Hobart in Tasmania.
A small population was only recently discovered in Kosciuszko National Park. The NSW population can be found in subalpine grassland at about 1300m in elevation.
- The population size is very small, estimated at about 1000 plants within a few hectares, and highly vulnerable to disturbance.
- Grazing and trampling from feral horses.
- Ox-eye daisy is abundant in the area where it grows and may out-compete it.