Grevillea molyneuxii, Family Proteaceae, is a low, spreading to weakly-erect shrub 0.2Ð0.8 m high, with red flowers (Harden, 1991; Olde & Marriott, 1995; Makinson, 2000) that occur in all seasons (DECC, 2005). Leaves are narrow-oblong or elliptic to linear, 1.5Ð4 cm long, mostly 1Ð4 mm wide, usually pungent, with margins entire and angularly recurved, sometimes obscuring the subsericeous lower surface except for the midvein.
Grevillea molyneuxii |
Status: Endangered on the EPBC Act list
Government evidence of impact of climate change:
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Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Grevillea molyneuxii
The species would be susceptible to the impact of high fire frequency; but current indications are that the habitat of the species is not burnt frequently (DECC; 2005).