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Flora of Australia Online

Banksia ser. Prostratae

Banksia ser. Prostratae A.S.George, Nuytsia 3: 367 (1981)

Type: Banksia repens Labill.

Shrubs; stems prostrate, rarely (B. goodii ) erect and up to 20 cm tall. Leaves alternate, large, on long erect petioles, dentate or deeply lobed; margins flat or slightly recurved. Inflorescence erect, cylindrical; buds losing most pattern before anthesis. Perianth hirsute or pubescent; tepals not awned. Pistil curved; pollen presenter small, slightly swollen; pollen crescent-shaped. Follicles split from stylar point. Seed wing notched. 

A series of six species endemic in south-western W.A., distinctive in their prostrate habit and large leaves. 

goodii

gardneri

chamaephyton

blechnifolia

repens

petiolaris

 

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