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Flora of Australia Online

Banksia ser. Salicinae

Banksia ser. Salicinae Meisn., in A.L.P.P. de Candolle, Prodr. 14: 454 (1856)

Type: Banksia integrifolia L.f.; lecto, fide A.S.George, Nuytsia 3: 274 (1981).

Banksia subser. Acclives K.R.Thiele, in K.R.Thiele & P.Y.Ladiges, Austral. Syst. Bot. 9: 721 (1996). T: Banksia dentata L.f.

Banksia subser. Integrifoliae K.R.Thiele, in K.R.Thiele & P.Y.Ladiges, Austral. Syst. Bot. 9: 721 (1996). T: Banksia integrifolia L.f.

Shrubs or trees, erect or spreading. Leaves alternate or whorled, entire, dentate or serrate; margins flat or recurved. Inflorescence erect, cylindrical; buds usually losing their regular pattern well before anthesis. Involucral bracts slender, tomentose or villous, commonly falling before anthesis. Perianth closely pubescent or hirsute; tepals not awned. Pistil straight, or very gently curved; pollen presenter scarcely thickened; pollen ovoid. Follicles not split from stylar point. Seed wing not notched. 

A series of 11 species of eastern and northern Australia, with one species extending to New Guinea and the Aru Isles. 

dentata

aquilonia

integrifolia

plagiocarpa

oblongifolia

robur

conferta

paludosa

marginata

canei

saxicola

 

Data derived from Flora of Australia Volumes 16 (1995), 17A (2000) and 17B (1999), products of ABRS, ©Commonwealth of Australia