These data were taken from species lists for South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania. Species were classified as CC, CR, RC and RR, with C denoting common and R denoting rare. The first code relates to South Australia and Victoria, and the second to Tasmania. They were further classified by habitat according to the Victorian register, where D = dry only, W = wet only, and WD = wet or dry.
The format is: chr "rareplants"
Jasmyn Lynch, Department of Botany and Zoology at Australian National University