I’d recommend taking a look at The Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy (CYPLUS) (found in the resources section) which has an ecology section which outlines the different kinds of plants and vegetation on Cape York. While the resource is slightly older (from 1995), you can assume that most of the information is still relevant.
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