Browse the Western Australian Flora

Browse the complete list of WA’s families of plants, fungi, algae and protists. Icons to the right indicate additional content available, and the plus symbol beside each name will expand the family listing to include its component genera. The same functions are then available for the genera in order to display all WA species for that group.

Acanthaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 102 (1789)
Acarosporaceae Zahlbr.
Engler & Prantl, Nat.Pflanzenfam. I(1):150 (1906)
Acinetosporaceae Feldmann
Rev.Algol. 9:250 (1937)
Acrobolbaceae E.A.Hodgs.
Rec.Domin.Mus. 4:177 (1962)
Acrochaetiaceae W.R.Taylor
Mar.Alg.North-eastern N.Amer. Edn. 2, 2:209, 210 (1957)
Acrocordiaceae M.E.Barr
Mycotaxon 29:505 (1987)
Acrosymphytaceae S.C.Lindstr.
Taxon 36:52 (1987)
Acrotylaceae F.Schmitz
Syllabus 18 (1892)
Adelanthaceae Grolle
J.Hattori Bot.Lab. 35:327 (1972)
Adiantaceae Newman
Sunyatsenia 5(4):229 (1940)
Agapanthaceae F.Voigt
Gesch.Pfl.-Reichs. 2:440 (1850)
Agaricaceae Chevall.
Fl.Gen.Env.Paris 1:121 (1826)
Agaricales: Family Incertae Sedis
Agavaceae Dumort.
Anal.Fam.Pl. 57 (1829)
Agyriaceae Corda
Icon.Fungorum (Corda) 2:36 (1838)
Aizoaceae Martinov
Tekhno-Bot.Slovar 15 (1820)
Alariaceae Setch. & N.L.Gardner
Univ.Calif.Publ.Bot. 8:591, 633 (1925)
Albuginaceae
Alectoriaceae Tomas.
Arch.Bot.Sist. 25:235 (1949)
Aleurodiscaceae
Alismataceae Vent.
Tabl.Regn.Vég. 2:157 (1799)
Alliaceae Borkh.
Bot.Wörterb. 1:15 (1797)
Allisoniaceae
Aloeaceae Cronquist
An Integrated System of Classification of Flowering Plants 1215 (1981)
Alstroemeriaceae Dumort.
Amanitaceae Pouzar
Ceska Mykol. 37:173 (1983)
Amaranthaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. 87-88 (1789)
Amaryllidaceae J.St.-Hil.
Expos.Fam.Nat. 1:134 (1805)
Amblystegiaceae
Amylocorticiaceae Jülich
Biblioth.Mycol. 85:354 (1982)
Anacampserotaceae Eggli & Nyffeler
Taxon 59:232-233 (2010)
Anacardiaceae R.Br.
J.H.Tuckey, Narr.Exped.Zaire 431 (1818)
Anadyomenaceae Kütz.
Phycol.General. 302, 311 (1843)
Anarthriaceae D.F.Cutler & Airy Shaw
Kew Bull. 19:489 (1965)
Andreaeaceae
Andreaeobryaceae
Aneuraceae H.Klinggr.
Höh.Crypt.Preuss. 11 (1858)
Annonaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 283 (1789)
Antheliaceae
Anthericaceae J.Agardh
Theoria Syst.Pl. 27 (1858)
Anthocerotaceae
Anthracoideaceae Denchev
Mycotaxon 65:413-414 (1997)
Aphanizomenonaceae Elenkin
Monogr.Alg.Cyanophyc. Pars.Spec. 1:845 (1938)
Aphanopetalaceae Doweld
Prosyllabus Tracheophytorum (2001)
Apiaceae Lindl.
Intr.Nat.Syst.Bot. Ed. 2, 21 (1836)
Apocynaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 143-144 (1763)
Apodanthaceae Takht.
Sist.Magnoliof. 42 (1987)
Aponogetonaceae Planch.
Bot.Mag. Tab.4894 (1856)
Aquifoliaceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Prir.Rostlin 2(110):440 (1825)
Araceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 23 (1789)
Araliaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 217 (1789)
Archidiaceae
Arctomiaceae Th.Fr.
Nova Acta Regiae Soc.Sci.Upsal. ser. 3, 3:387 (1861)
Arcyriaceae Cooke
Contr.Mycol.Brit. 69 (1877)
Arecaceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Prir.Rostlin 266 (1820)
Areschougiaceae J.Agardh
Spec.Gen.Ord.Alg. 3:246, 273 (1876)
Aristolochiaceae Juss.
Fam.Pl. 2:71 (1763)
Arnelliaceae
Arthoniaceae Rchb.
Deut.Bot.Herb.-Buch 13:27 (1841)
Arthopyreniaceae Walt.Watson
New Phytol. 28:107-108 (1929)
Arthrorhaphidaceae Poelt & Hafellner
Phyton (Horn) 17:220 (1976)
Asclepiadaceae Borkh.
Bot.Wörterb. 1:31 (1797)
Ascobolaceae Sacc.
Bot.Centralbl. 18:219 (1884)
Asparagaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 40 (1789)
Asphodelaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 51 (1785)
Aspidiaceae A.B.Frank
Syn.Pflanzenk. Edn. 2, 3:1469 (1877)
Aspidotheliaceae J.C.David & D.Hawksw.
Syst.Ascomycetum 10:13 (1991)
Aspleniaceae Newman
Asteraceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Prir.Rostlin 254 (1820)
Asterinaceae
Asterothyriaceae R.Sant.
Symb.Bot.Upsal. 12:316 (1952)
Astraeaceae
Atheliaceae Jülich
Biblioth.Mycol. 85:355 (1981)
Aulacomniaceae
Auriculariaceae Fr.
Epicr.Syst.Mycol. 530-531 (1838)
Auriscalpiaceae Maas Geest.
Proc.Kon.Ned.Akad.Wetensch.C 66:426 (1963)
Avicenniaceae Miq.
Pl.Preiss. 1:353 (1845)
Aytoniaceae
Azollaceae Wettst.
Handb.Syst.Bot. 2:77 (1903)

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A taxon name that is no longer current will retain its ‘Threatened’, ‘Extinct’, or ‘Extinct in the Wild’ status until a new name has been published in a Biodiversity Conservation Order.