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.

Macarthuriaceae Christenh.
Phytotaxa 181:240 (2014)
Magnaporthaceae
Makinoaceae
Malvaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 271 (1789)
Marantaceae R.Br.
Voy.Terra Austral. 2:575 (1814)
Marasmiaceae Kühner
Bull.Mens.Soc.Linn.Lyon 49:76 (1980)
Marchantiaceae
Marsileaceae Mirb.
Hist.Nat.Vég. 5:126 (1802)
Marthamycetaceae Baral, Lantz, Hustad & Minter
Index Fungorum 225:2-3 (2015)
Martyniaceae Horan.
Massariaceae
Mastophoraceae (Setch.) R.A.Towns. & Huisman
Algae of Australia: Marine Benthic Algae of North-western Australia, 2. Red Algae 110 (2018)
Meesiaceae Schimp.
Coroll.Bryol.Eur. 82 (1856)
Megalariaceae Hafellner
Beih.Nova Hedwigia 79:302 (1984)
Megalosporaceae Hafellner & Bellem.
Nova Hedwigia 35:216 (1982)
Megasporaceae Lumbsch
J.Hattori Bot.Lab. 75:302 (1994)
Melampsoraceae
Melanogastraceae
Melanotaeniaceae Begerow, R.Bauer & Oberw.
Canad.J.Bot. 75:2053 (1997)
Melaspileaceae Walt.Watson
New Phytol. 28:94 (1929)
Melastomataceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 328 (1789)
Meliaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 263 (1789)
Melianthaceae Horan.
Prim.Lin.Syst.Nat. 100 (1834)
Meliolaceae
Meliolinaceae
Menispermaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 284 (1789)
Menyanthaceae Dumort.
Anal.Fam.Pl. p20, 25 (1829)
Meruliaceae Rea
Brit.Basidiomyc. 620 (1922)
Mesophelliaceae Jülich
Biblioth.Mycol. 85:379 (1982)
Mesoptychiaceae
Meteoriaceae
Metzgeriaceae
Micareaceae Hafellner
Beih.Nova Hedwigia 79:306 (1984)
Microbotryaceae R.T.Moore
Mycotaxon 59:17 (1996)
Microcaliciaceae Tibell
Beih.Nova Hedwigia 79:701 (1984)
Microcoleaceae O.Strunecky, J.R.Johans. & Komárek
J.Phycol. 49:1176 (2013)
Microcystaceae Elenkin
Trudy Bot.Inst.Akad.Nauk S.S.S.R., Ser. 2, Sporov.Rast. 1:19 (1933)
Micropeltidaceae
Microthyriaceae
Mimosaceae R.Br.
Voy.Terra Austral. 2:551 (1814)
Mitosporic Fungi
Mitteniaceae
Mizutaniaceae
Mniaceae Schwägr.
Sp.Musc.Frond. 25 (1830)
Molluginaceae Bartl.
Beitr.Bot. 2:158 (1825)
Monoblastiaceae Walt.Watson
New Phytol. 28:106 (1929)
Monocarpaceae
Monocleaceae
Monosoleniaceae
Monostromataceae
Montiaceae Raf.
Ann.Gen.Sci.Phys. 5:349 (1820)
Moraceae Gaudich.
Gen.Pl. p13 (1835)
Morchellaceae
Moringaceae Martinov
Tekhno-Bot.Slovar 404 (1820)
Musaceae Juss.
Mycenaceae Overeem
Icon.Fungorum Malayensium 14 (1926)
Mycenastraceae
Mychodeaceae Kylin
Acta Univ.Lund. ser. 2, 28:62 (1932)
Mychodeophyllidaceae
Mycobilimbiaceae Hafellner
Beih.Nova Hedwigia 79:308 (1984)
Mycoblastaceae Hafellner
Beih.Nova Hedwigia 79:310 (1984)
Mycocaliciaceae A.F.W.Schmidt
Mitt.Staatsinst.Allg.Bot.Hamburg 13:127 (1970)
Mycoporaceae Zahlbr.
Engler & Prantl, Nat.Pflanzenfam. I(1):77 (1903)
Mycosphaerellaceae Lindau
Engler & Prantl, Nat.Pflanzenfam. I(1):421 (1897)
Myoporaceae R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 514 (1810)
Myristicaceae R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 399 (1810)
Myrsinaceae R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 532 (1810)
Myrtaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 322 (1789)
Myuriaceae
Myxomycota (division/family fudge)

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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.