Notification: Parks and Wildlife Service is part of the new Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA).

Large-flowered short-styled grevillea (Grevillea brachystylis subsp. grandis), listed as threatened in 2002, with just 195 plants remaining. Photo – DBCA

Under the Wildlife Conservation Act native plants (flora) can be specially protected and listed as 'threatened' if they are:

  • under identifiable threat of extinction
  • rare
  • otherwise in need of special protection.

Threatened and priority flora list

Threatened flora listings are reviewed annually. The Threatened Species Scientific Committee reviews recommended changes. The public can submit nominations to add to (or delete from) the Declared Rare Flora list.

Changes to the Priority Flora List do not require a nomination form and are reviewed throughout the year. Suggested changes can be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. To find the current priority flora listing:

    1. Search the Western Australian Flora in FloraBase
    2. Select the priority under Conservation Code.

Data for threatened flora can be requested from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. More information on data searches is available on the Threatened Species and Communities page.

Flora may also be listed as threatened under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, the Australian Government’s central piece of environmental legislation.

Threatened and priority flora report form

This is one of the main tools for monitoring threatened plants in Western Australia. 

You also need to complete this form as a condition of any scientific or other prescribed purposes licence and declared rare flora permit.

Licences are required for the taking of native wildlife (plants and animals) in Western Australia.

Please refer to the Western Australian Herbarium to lodge plant specimens for their collection—do not use this form.

Submitting a threatened and priority flora (plant) report form

Send report forms to:

Species and Communities Branch
Locked Bag 104, Bentley Delivery Centre WA 6983

or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Recovery plans and interim recovery plans for Western Australian plants

Recovery plans outline the actions that we need to take to help threatened species or ecological communities survive and 'recover' to a healthy level.

Interim recovery plans are preliminary versions of recovery plans that are prepared where full information is not available.

Recovery plans and interim recovery plans are prepared for threatened species and ecological communities on a priority basis, commencing with those ranked for conservation action by the Minister for Environment as ‘Critically Endangered’.

They are developed with a range of stakeholders, and are generally adopted for 10 years, with reviews after five years. They are modified when changes in knowledge occur. They provide an assessment of the current status, and detailed information and guidance for the management and protection, of threatened flora and their habitats.

Interim recovery plans are used to manage and protect threatened or harvested species, threatened ecological communities or other species in need of management where a plan is required urgently but where there are insufficient data available to prepare a full recovery plan.

Recovery plans and interim recovery plans prepared by the department may be adopted by the Australian Government, and are then referred to as national recovery plans.

Further information on recovery plans

pdfAcacia cochlocarpa subsp. velutinosa283.65 KB Velvety spiral pod wattle
pdfAcacia aprica413.67 KB Blunt wattle
pdfAcacia ataxiphylla subsp. magna311.66 KB Large-fruited Tammin wattle
pdfAcacia auratiflora251.14 KB Orange-flowered wattle
pdfAcacia awestoniana508.8 KB Stirling Range wattle
pdfAcacia cochlocarpa subsp.cochlocarpa283.65 KB Spiral-fruited wattle
pdfAcacia chapmanii subsp. australis553.89 KB  
pdfAcacia imitans261.39 KB Gibson wattle
pdfAcacia insolita subsp. recurva210.6 KB Yornaning wattle
pdfAcacia lanuginophylla327.22 KB Woolly wattle
pdfAcacia leptalea158.27 KB Chinocup wattle
pdfAcacia leptoneura443.52 KB  
pdfAcacia lobulata185.43 KB Chiddarcooping wattle
pdfAcacia pharangites178.73 KB Wongan Gully wattle
pdfAcacia pygmaea354.25 KB Dwarf rock wattle
pdfAcacia rhamphophylla345.92 KB Kundip wattle
pdfAcacia sciophanes267.81 KB Wundowlin wattle
pdfAcacia splendens375.53 KB Dandaragan wattle
pdfAcacia subflexuosa subsp. capillata269.87 KB Hairy-stemmed zig-zag wattle
pdfAcacia unguicula370.4 KB Nyingarn wattle
pdfAcacia vassalii 478.05 KB Vassal's wattle
pdfAcacia volubilis290.25 KB Tangled wattle
pdfAcacia wilsonii715.31 KB Wilson’s wattle
pdfAcacia woodmaniorum631.88 KB Woodman's wattle
pdfAdenanthos eyrei142.66 KB Toolinna adenanthos
pdfAdenanthos pungens subsp. effusus261.89 KB Sprawling spiky adenanthos
pdfAndersonia annelsii394.32 KB  
pdfAndersonia axilliflora399.89 KB Giant Andersonia
pdfAndersonia gracilis428.11 KB Slender Andersonia
pdfAndrocalva adenothalia (formerly Commersonia adenothalia)659.89 KB  
pdfAnigozanthos bicolor subsp. minor262.37 KB Small two colour kangaroo paw
pdfBanksia anatona (formerly Dryandra anatona)529.79 KB
Butterfly-leaved gastrolobium
pdfBanksia brownii432.3 KB Feather-leaved Banksia
pdfBanksia cuneata224.92 KB Matchstick Banksia
pdfBanksia fuscobractea344.85 KB  
pdfBanksia ionthocarpa subsp. chrysophoenix237.66 KB  
pdfBanksia ionthocarpa subsp. Ionthocarpa (formerly Dryandra ionthocarpa subsp. Chrysophoenix)269.21 KB Kamballup Banksia
pdfBanksia montana (formerly Dryandra montana)345.16 KB Stirling Range Banksia
pdfBanksia mucronulata subsp. retrorsa (formerly Dryandra mucronulata subsp. retrorsa)448.78 KB Recurved-leaved swordfish Banksia
pdfBanksia nivea subsp. uliginosa267.88 KB Swamp honeypot
pdfBanksia oligantha278.22 KB Wagin Banksia
pdfBanksia pseudoplumosa418.15 KB False Plumed-Banksia
pdfBanksia squarrosa subsp. argillacea (formerly Dryandra squarrosa subsp. argillacea)342.76 KB Whicher Range Banksia
pdfBeyeria lepidopetala178.75 KB Small-petalled beyeria
pdfBoronia exilis283.98 KB Scott River boronia
pdfBrachyscias verecundus339.84 KB Ironstone brachyscias
pdfCaladenia bryceana subsp. bryceana289.19 KB Dwarf spider orchid
pdfCaladenia busselliana224.03 KB Bussell's spider orchid
pdfCaladenia caesarea subsp. maritima211.11 KB Cape spider orchid
pdfCaladenia drakeoides332.62 KB Hinged dragon orchid
pdfCaladenia elegans346.56 KB Elegant spider orchid
pdfCaladenia graniticola (formerly Caladenia hoffmanii subsp. graniticola)379.51 KB Granite Spider orchid
pdfCaladenia granitora394.64 KB Granite Spider orchid
pdfCaladenia huegelii388.14 KB Grand Spider orchid
pdfCaladenia lodgeana362.98 KB Lodge's Spider orchid
pdfCaladenia luteola411.06 KB Lemon Spider orchid
pdfCaladenia melanema166.12 KB Ballerina orchid
pdfCaladenia procera250.75 KB Carbanup king spider orchid
pdfCaladenia sp. Quindanning488.94 KB (K. Smith & P. Johns 231) Boddington Spider Orchid
pdfCaladenia viridescens229.36 KB Dunsborough spider orchid
pdfCaladenia williamsiae145.73 KB Williams' spider orchid
pdfCaladenia winfieldii413.39 KB Majestic spider orchid
pdfCalectasia cyanea147.69 KB Cape tinsel lilly
pdfCalochilus pruinosus615.2 KB Hopetoun Beard Orchid
pdfCalytrix breviseta susp. breviseta520.45 KB Swamp starflower
pdfChamelaucium sp. Gingin (N.G. Marchant 6) (formerly Chamelaucium lullfitzii ms)391.65 KB Gingin wax
pdfChordifex abortivus316.63 KB Manypeaks rush
pdfChorizema humile439.45 KB Prostrate flame pea
pdfCommersonia apella602.75 KB Many-flowered Commersonia
pdfCommersonia erythrogyne (formerly Rulingia sp. Trigwell Bridge (R Smith s.n. 20.6.89)) 447.43 KB Trigwell's rulingia
pdfConospermum densiflorum subsp. unicephalatum289.53 KB One-headed smokebush
pdfConospermum undulatum336.33 KB Wavy-leafed smokebush
pdfConostylis dielsii subsp. teres334.68 KB Irwin conostylis
pdfConostylis micrantha331.6 KB Small flowered conostylis
pdfConostylis misera301.86 KB Grass conostylis
pdfConostylis rogeri179.89 KB Kulin conostylis
pdfConostylis seorsiflora subsp. trichophylla178.9 KB Hairy mat conostylis
pdfConostylis setigera subsp. dasys178.9 KB Boscabel conostylis
pdfCryptandra congesta612.83 KB  
pdfCyphanthera odgersii subsp. occidentalis211.51 KB Western Cyphanthera
pdfDarwinia apiculata186.97 KB Scarp Darwinia
pdfDarwinia carnea279.64 KB Mogumber Bell
pdfDarwinia collina240.37 KB Yellow mountain bell
pdfDarwinia ferricola ms303.28 KB Scott River bell
pdfDarwinia masonii299.62 KB Mason's Darwinia
pdfDarwinia oxylepis266.71 KB Scarlet mountain bell
pdfDarwinia whicherensis (formerly Darwinia sp. Williamson (GJ Keighery 12717))330.15 KB Abba bell
pdfDarwinia wittwerorum241.73 KB Wittwer's mountain bell
pdfDasymalla axillaris (formerly Pityrodia axillaris)374.91 KB Wooly Foxglove
pdfDaviesia bursarioides343.59 KB Three Springs Daviesia
pdfDaviesia cunderdin183.5 KB Cunderdin Daviesia
pdfDaviesia dielsii565.62 KB Diel's daviesia
pdfDaviesia euphorbioides344.26 KB Wongan cactus
pdfDaviesia glossosema247.69 KB Maroon-flowered Daviesia
pdfDaviesia megacalyx220.64 KB Large-sepaled Daviesia
pdfDaviesia microcarpa424.34 KB Norseman pea
pdfDaviesia ovata 335.16 KB  
pdfDaviesia pseudaphylla278.24 KB Stirling Range Daviesia
pdfDeyeuxia drummondii289.58 KB Drummond's grass
pdfDiplolaena andrewsii610.35 KB Native Wild Roses
pdfDrakaea confluens591.89 KB Late hammer orchid
pdfDrakaea elastica355.97 KB Glossy-leaved hammer orchid
pdfDrakaea isolata268.96 KB Lonely hammer orchid
pdfDrummondita ericoides284.72 KB Morseby Range Drummondita
pdfEremophila ciliata308.97 KB  
pdfEremophila denticulata subsp. trisulcata386.98 KB Cumquat eremophila
pdfEremophila koobabbiensis ms153.21 KB  
pdfEremophila lactea233.82 KB Milky emu bush
pdfEremophila nivea334.51 KB Silky eremophila
pdfEremophila pinnatifida318.13 KB Dalwallinu eremophila
pdfEremophila resinosa200.86 KB Resinous eremophila
pdfEremophila rostrata subsp. rostrata326.52 KB Southern beaked eremophila
pdfEremophila rostrata subsp. trifida326.52 KB Northern beaked eremophila
pdfEremophila scaberula215.09 KB Rough emu bush
pdfEremophila subteretifolia333.25 KB Lake king eremophila
pdfEremophila verticillata333.67 KB Whorled eremophila
pdfEremophila virens273.64 KB Campion eremophila
pdfEremophila viscida409.21 KB Varnish bush
pdfEucalyptus absita288.57 KB Badgingarra box
pdfEucalyptus balanites311.8 KB Cadda Mallee
pdfEucalyptus crucis subsp. praecipua299.8 KB Paynes Find mallee
pdfEucalyptus cuprea291.81 KB Mallee box
pdfEucalyptus dolorosa269.37 KB Dandaragan mallee
pdfEucalyptus impensa272.06 KB Eneabba mallee
pdfEucalyptus leprophloia236.67 KB Scaly-butt mallee
pdfEucalyptus phylacis280.56 KB Meelup mallee
pdfEucalyptus rhodantha var. rhodantha363.29 KB Rose mallee
pdfFrankenia conferta176.66 KB Silky Frankenia
pdfFrankenia parvula252.33 KB Drummond's Frankenia
pdfGastrolobium appressum461.71 KB Scale-leaf Poison
pdfGastrolobium diabolophyllum270.75 KB Bodallin poison
pdfGastrolobium glaucum164.11 KB Wongan poison
pdfGastrolobium hamulosum319.17 KB Hook-point poison
pdfGastrolobium luteifolium298.18 KB Yellow-leafed gastrolobium
pdfGastrolobium papilio (formerly Brachysema papilo)515.73 KB
Butterfly-leaved Gastrolobium
pdfGoodenia integerrima327.27 KB Gypsum goodenia
pdfGrevillea acropogon 544.07 KB  
pdfGrevillea althoferorum subsp. althoferorum ms363.66 KB Split-leaved Grevillea
pdfGrevillea althoferorum subsp. fragilis78.62 KB  
pdfGrevillea batrachioides311.53 KB Mount Lesueur Grevillea
pdfGrevillea brachystylis subsp. grandis (formerly Grevillea brachystylis subsp. Busselton (GJ Keighery s.n. 28/8/1985))253.1 KB Large flowered short-styled Grevillea
pdfGrevillea bracteosa subsp. howatharra449.84 KB  
pdfGrevillea calliantha499.94 KB
Foote's Grevillea
pdfGrevillea curviloba subsp. curviloba323.1 KB Curved-leafed Grevillea
pdfGrevillea curviloba subsp. incurva372.29 KB Narrow curved-leafed Grevillea
pdfGrevillea dryandroides subsp. dryandroides792.36 KB Phalanx Grevillea
pdfGrevillea dryandroides subsp. hirsuta396.39 KB Hairy phalanx Grevillea
pdfGrevillea elongata389.73 KB Ironstone Grevillea
pdfGrevillea fuscolutea264.88 KB  
pdfGrevillea humifusa369.64 KB Spreading Grevillea
pdfGrevillea involucrata196.49 KB Lake Varley Grevillea
pdfGrevillea maccutcheonii379.57 KB McCutcheon's Grevillea
pdfGrevillea maxwellii277.33 KB Maxwell's Grevillea
pdfGrevillea murex482.46 KB  Shell-fruited Grevillea
pdfGrevillea phanerophlebia290.92 KB Veined-leaf Grevillea
pdfGrevillea pythara268 KB Pythara Grevillea
pdfGrevillea rara171.03 KB Rare Grevillea
pdfGrevillea scapigera341.89 KB Corrigin Grevillea
pdfDrakaea confluens591.89 KB
 
pdfGyrostemon reticulatus285 KB Net-veined gyrostemon
pdfHaloragis platycarpa127.53 KB Broad-fruited haloragis
pdfHemiandra gardneri320.25 KB Red snakebush
pdfHemiandra rutilans368.83 KB Sargent's snakebush
pdfHemigenia ramosissima317.86 KB Branched hemigenia
pdfHibbertia abyssa324.63 KB  
pdfHybanthus cymulosus299.78 KB Ninghan violet
pdfHypocalymma longifolium245.67 KB Long-leaved myrtle
pdfIsopogon robustus197.17 KB Robust coneflower
pdfIsopogon uncinatus671.58 KB
Albany cone Bush
pdfJacksonia pungens ms251.44 KB Pungent Jacksonia
pdfKeraudrenia exastia326.07 KB Fringed keraudrenia 
pdfKunzea acicularis441.05 KB  
pdfLambertia echinata subsp. echinata493.22 KB
Prickly honeysuckle
pdfLambertia echinata subsp. occidentalis430.64 KB Western prickly honeysuckle
pdfLambertia fairallii286.37 KB Fairall's Lambertia
pdfLambertia orbifolia subsp. orbifolia ms347.14 KB Round-leaf honeysuckle
pdfLambertia orbifolia subsp. Scott River Plains403.81 KB (LW Sage 684) Scott River round-leaf honeysuckle
pdfLasiopetalum pterocarpum327.82 KB Wing-fruited lasiopetalum
pdfLatrobea colophona298.72 KB  
pdfLepidosperma gibsonii207.03 KB  
pdfLeucopogon gnaphalioides740.06 KB Stirling Range beard heath
pdfLeucopogon marginatus281.54 KB  Thin-margined leucopogon
pdfLeucopogon obtectus304.33 KB Hidden beard heath
pdfLeucopogon spectabilis373.78 KB Ironstone beard heath
pdfLysiosepalum abollatum127.13 KB Woolly lysiosepalum
pdfMacarthuria keigheryi196.67 KB Keighery's Macarthuria
pdfMarianthus aquilonaris 277.27 KB Bremer Marianthus
pdfMarianthus paralius 477.15 KB  
pdfMuehlenbeckia horrida subsp. abdita373.14 KB Remote thorny lignum
pdfMyoporum turbinatum272.54 KB Salt myoporum
pdfMyriophyllum lapidicola213.25 KB Chiddarcooping myriophyllum
pdfOrnduffia calthifolia (formerly Villarsia calthifolia)254.86 KB Mountain villarsia
pdfPandanus spiralis var. flammeus598.44 KB Edgar Range pandanus 
pdfPatersonia spirifolia277.08 KB Spiral-leafed Patersonia
pdfPersoonia micranthera365.29 KB Small-flowered persoonia
pdfPetrophile latericola ms375.79 KB Laterite petrophile
pdfPhilotheca basistyla257.33 KB White-flowered philotheca
pdfPityrodia scabra229.42 KB Wyalkatchem foxglove
pdfPterostylis sinuata (was Pterostylis sp. Northampton (SD Hopper 3349))256.17 KB Northampton midget greenhood
pdfPtilotus pyramidatus613.45 KB Pyramid Mull-mulla
pdfRhacocarpus rehmannianus var.webbianus593.6 KB Webb’s Moss
pdfRhizanthella gardneri576.7 KB Underground orchid
pdfRicinocarpos brevis462.69 KB  
pdfRoycea pycnophylloides251.74 KB Saltmat
pdfScaevola macrophylla 252.87 KB  
pdfSchoenia filifolia subsp. subulifolia 399.2 KB Mingenew everlasting 
pdfSphenotoma drummondii100.37 KB Mountain paper heath
pdfStylidium amabile422.23 KB  
pdfStylidium coroniforme subsp. coroniforme432.53 KB Wongan triggerplant
pdfStylidium semaphorum 299.4 KB  
pdfSymonanthus bancroftii212.21 KB Bancroft's symonanthus
pdfSynaphea quartzitica373.22 KB Quartz-loving synaphea
pdfSynaphea sp. Fairbridge Farm 301.36 KB (D. Papenfus 696)  
pdfSynaphea sp. Pinjarra342.55 KB (R Davis 6578) Club-leaved synaphea
pdfSynaphea sp. Pinjarra Plain616.06 KB (A.S. George 17182)  
pdfSynaphea stenoloba371.77 KB Dwellingup synaphea
pdfTetratheca deltoidea278.62 KB Granite tetratheca
pdfTetratheca paynterae subsp. paynterae344.49 KB Paynter's tetratheca
pdfThelymitra dedmaniarum (formerly Thelymitra manginiorum ms)549.58 KB Cinnamon sun orchid
pdfThomasia sp. Green Hill 323.78 KB (S. Paust 1-3122) Green Hill Thomasia
pdfTrithuria occidentalis701.99 KB Western trithuria
pdfVerticordia albida319.62 KB White featherflower
pdfVerticordia apecta446.49 KB Hay River featherflower
pdfVerticordia fimbrilepis subsp. fimbrilepis434.52 KB Southern shy featherflower 
pdfVerticordia hughanii374.56 KB Hughan's featherflower
pdfVerticordia plumosa var. ananeotes205.69 KB Tufted plumed featherflower
pdfVerticordia plumosa var. pleiobotrya404.71 KB Narrow-petalled featherflower
pdfVerticordia spicata subsp. squamosa301.85 KB Scaly-leaved featherflower
pdfVerticordia staminosa subsp. cylindracea var. cylindracea296.14 KB Granite featherflower
pdfVerticordia staminosa subsp. cylindracea var. erecta353.86 KB Pine featherflower
pdfVerticordia staminosa subsp. staminosa283.64 KB Wongan featherflower
pdfWurmbea calcicola128.61 KB Naturaliste Nancy
pdfWurmbea tubulosa 256.89 KB Long-flowered Nancy
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Regional flora wildlife management programs

These programs provide a brief description of a plant (appearance, distribution, habitat and conservation status) for a particular administrative region, and include recommendations for research and management necessary to ensure its continued survival. The following plans were current at the time of publishing, but are subject to change. Not all wildlife management plans are available online, but may be viewed at the relevant department offices or at the Conservation Library.