David€™s westringia is a perennial shrub to 2 m tall. The leaves are oval in shape, 7-20 mm long, and arranged in whorls of three along the stems. Flowers form clusters of up to 12 and are white or mauve in colour. Individual flowers are in the form of a tube with five lobes forming two lips.
Westringia davidii |
Status: Vulnerable on the EPBC Act list
Government evidence of impact of climate change:
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Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Westringia davidii
Some evidence suggests this species may be sensitive to fire; therefore; inappropriate fire regimes may be a potential threat to this species (NSW NPWS; 2002).