BeadleÕs grevillea is a spreading shrub, up to 2.5 m tall and wide. It has dissected and rather soft leaves about 12Ð16 cm long. There are short hairs on the upper surface and the lower surface is thickly felted with curled hairs. The scarlet flowers are the Ôtooth-brushÕ type and are held prominently at the ends of the branchlets. The fruit is a hairy capsule that splits into two at maturity (OEH, 2015).
Beadle's Grevillea |
Status: Endangered on the EPBC Act list
Government evidence of impact of climate change:
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Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Grevillea beadleana
Threats Inappropriate fire regimes.
Germination responses may vary with the level of soil heating during fire (related to fire severity) and the seasonal timing of fires; which influence incubation temperatures.