Browse the Western Australian Flora: Families beginning with A

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.

Browse to all families beginning with the letter A

Auriscalpiaceae Maas Geest.
Proc.Kon.Ned.Akad.Wetensch.C 66:426 (1963)

Auriscalpiaceae Maas Geest. is not rare, threatened or alien in WA Suggest a correction for Auriscalpiaceae Maas Geest. Auriscalpiaceae Maas Geest. is current A photo of Auriscalpiaceae Maas Geest. is not available IBRA distribution map of Auriscalpiaceae Maas Geest. Profile of Auriscalpiaceae Maas Geest. A key to Auriscalpiaceae Maas Geest. is not available Specimens of Auriscalpiaceae Maas Geest. are not available
Browse to all names in genus Auriscalpium  

Auriscalpium Gray
Nat.Arr.Brit.Pl. 650 (1821)

Auriscalpium Gray is not rare, threatened or alien in WA Suggest a correction for Auriscalpium Gray Auriscalpium Gray is current A photo of Auriscalpium Gray is not available IBRA distribution map of Auriscalpium Gray Profile of Auriscalpium Gray A key to Auriscalpium Gray is not available Specimens of Auriscalpium Gray are not available
Browse to all names in genus Lentinellus  

Lentinellus P.Karst.
Bidrag Kannedom Finlands Natur Folk 32:246 (1879)

Lentinellus P.Karst. is not rare, threatened or alien in WA Suggest a correction for Lentinellus P.Karst. Lentinellus P.Karst. is current A photo of Lentinellus P.Karst. is not available IBRA distribution map of Lentinellus P.Karst. Profile of Lentinellus P.Karst. A key to Lentinellus P.Karst. is not available Specimens of Lentinellus P.Karst. are not available

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Note

A taxon name which is no longer current will retain its ‘Threatened’ status until publication of the next Wildlife Conservation (Rare Flora) Notice.

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