The Reflexed Everlasting is a shrub growing to 1.3 m high, with slender spreading branches, and cream to yellowish flowers in clusters.
Reflexed Everlasting |
Status: Vulnerable on the EPBC Act list
Government evidence of impact of climate change:
Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Ozothamnus reflexifolius
Threats The main identified threats to Reflexed Everlasting are landslide and fire and; to a lesser extent; physical disturbance from trampling and grazing (TSSC; 2004a).
Australian Government, Listing Advices, Ozothamnus reflexifolius
While there is currently no direct threat to the survival of the species; the population is geographically restricted and the species may be at risk from a localised catastrophic disturbance such as frequent fire or landslide.
As the population is geographically restricted; the species would be at risk from a localised catastrophic disturbance such as frequent fire or landslide.
Key threats to the species and its habitat include landslide and fire and to a lesser extent; physical disturbance from grazing and trampling.