Cranbrook bell  |  

Darwinia meeboldii

Status: Vulnerable on the EPBC Act list

Darwinia meeboldii, Family Myrtaceae, also known as Cranbrook Bell, is an erect, spindly
shrub growing 0.5Ð3 m tall. It has erect crowded leaves to about 10 mm long and 2 mm wide,
with red, white and green pendent flowers from August to November (Gardner, 1942).

Government evidence of impact of climate change:

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  • Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Darwinia meeboldii

    Threats The main identified threats to Cranbrook Bell are its restricted distribution exposure from the loss of canopy cover due to dieback caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi in other flora species fire and grazing; particularly by rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) (Robinson Coates; 1995 Comer et al.; 2008).