Schoenia filifolia subsp. subulifolia is an annual herb growing to 0.5 m, with terete leaves. Flowers are yellow and the flowering period is from September to October. The species grows in pale yellow-grey-brown clay in swampy flats, tops of breakaways and crabholes.
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Schoenia filifolia subsp. subulifolia
Status: Endangered on the EPBC Act list
Government evidence of impact of climate change:
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Australian Government, Listing Advices, Schoenia filifolia subsp. subulifolia
They are currently threatened by agricultural encroachment and weed invasion with salinity and climate change being likely future threats (WA CALM 2006).