List of rare flora of the Esperance Plains region

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The endangered Banksia brownii (Feather-leaved Banksia) occurs in the Esperance Plains region

This is a list of endangered flora of the Esperance Plains region, a biogeographic region in southern Western Australia. It includes all taxa that occur in the region, and that have been classified as "R: Declared Rare Flora - Extant Taxa" or "X: Declared Rare Flora - Presumed Extinct Taxa" under the Department of Environment and Conservation's Declared Rare and Priority Flora List, and are hence gazetted as endangered extant flora under the Wildlife Conservation Act 1950.[1]

There are 72 endangered taxa. Acacia prismifolia is presumed extinct. The other 71 are believed extant:[2]

Rhizanthella gardneri (Underground Orchid)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wildlife Conservation (Rare Flora) Notice 2006(2)" (PDF). Western Australian Government Gazette. Government of Western Australia. 1 December 2006. pp. 5311–5317. Retrieved 2007-01-17.
  2. ^ "Florabase". Retrieved 2007-01-31.