Pimelea leptospermoides is a woody, compact shrub growing 0.3-1 m high. Leaves are alternate, obovate and 7-22 mm long. Flowers are white, tubular, 6-10 mm long with 1-6 flowers borne in the leaf axils. The inside of the tube is hairy.
Pimelea leptospermoides |
Status: Vulnerable on the EPBC Act list
Government evidence of impact of climate change:
Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Pimelea leptospermoides
Threats The main potential threats to P. leptospermoides include localised extinction due to restricted distribution; vegetation clearing; changed fire regimes; mining and inappropriate timber harvesting (ANRA; 2007).
Australian Government, Listing Advices, Pimelea leptospermoides
Potential Potential threats to this species may include inappropriate fire regimes and destruction of habitat by timber harvesting and related forestry operations (Pollock; 2001).