The keys listed below requiring Lucid 3 software are currently not working. We are awaiting the release of new Lucid key player software that should fix this issue for all users, but that is not likely to be released (in FloraBase) until at least mid-January.
Interactive keys are computer-aided identification tools that assist with finding the correct name for an unidentified specimen. These keys provide numerous benefits over the traditional printed dichotomous key.
Check the system requirements and install the required software.
WATTLE ver. 2.2 includes 1274 taxa of Acacia sens. lat. that occur in Australia. These represent all formerly described Acacia sens. str., Acaciella, Vachellia and Senegalia taxa, together with phrase name taxa and common hybrid entities where these exist in the public domain and are accompanied by a description; also, 17 new species currently in press (in Nuytsia) are included.
We provide a basic key to species in FloraBase in our Search the WA Flora form.
This data was captured originally for The Western Australian Flora — A Descriptive Catalogue (2000) and continuously maintained until 2008. The underlying dataset was captured using the DELTA System, but this software is not required to use the data.
A key to Western Australian families and genera of flowering plants.
Perform an identification to genus level directly, without reference to any family.
Perform an identification to family level. Useful when only family-level information is required.
Perform an identification to genus level within a particular family of vascular plant. 48 keys are currently available, below.
|Available family keys|
The 6th edition of this venerable interactive key, published online on 10 December 2010, covers 2,553 taxa (trees, shrubs, vines, herbs, grasses, palms, pandans and mistletoes) of northern Australian rainforests from Broome to Townsville, with over 11,000 colour images. This edition of the key includes 437 WA taxa.
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