|Total names A||137||33||3,359||14,287||17,816|
|Non-current names B||33||9||874||3,003||3,919|
|Current names C||104||24||2,485||11,284||13,897|
|Current taxa D||97||24||2,348||10,334||12,803|
|Current species E||95||24||2,194||9,306||11,619|
|Manuscript names F||0||0||71||475||546|
|Phrase names G||0||0||151||736||887|
|Published species H||95||24||1,972||8,095||10,186|
|Published alien species I||8||6||335||773||1,122|
|Published native species J||87||18||1,637||7,322||9,064|
While the current contents are manual concatenations of census data, or static tables drawn from recent published works, it is intended that future versions of this page will contain live flora statistics drawn directly from the constantly maintained datasets held at the Western Australian Herbarium. At that time we would also seek to disseminate the standard logic behind the accurate calculation of these statistics. In this way, not only will the latest figures be available at all times, but the correct methodology for calculating and applying those figures will become better understood.
Compiled by Alex Chapman; last updated on 1 June 2005.
There is a diminishing relationship between figures in subsequent rows of the table, as figures in each category are subtracted from the ones above. For example: in each column: A − B = C.
Highlighted rows are the recommended figures if you need: