ⓘ Banksia brunnea

                                     

ⓘ Banksia brunnea

Banksia brunnea is a shrub endemic to Western Australia.

It was known as Dryandra brownii until 2007, when all Dryandra species were transferred to Banksia by Austin mast and Kevin Thiele. Since there was already a plant named Banksia brownii, the feather-leaved banksia, mast and Thiele were forced to choose a new specific epithet, their choice, "brunnea", comes from the Latin button "brown". Thus, the new name preserves the original names directory Robert brown.

Evaluation of potential impact of climate change on this species found that its range is likely to contract by between 30% and 80% by 2080, depending on the severity of the changes.

                                     
  • borealis Banksia brunnea Banksia calophylla Banksia carlinoides pink dryandra Banksia catoglypta Banksia cirsioides Banksia columnaris Banksia comosa Wongan
  •  brownii - Brown s banksia feather - leaved banksia B. brunnea B. burdettii - Burdett s banksia B. caleyi - Cayley s banksia red lantern banksia B. calophylla
  • ser. Niveae is an obsolete series within the former genus Dryandra now Banksia ser. Dryandra It was first published by George Bentham in 1870, and was
  • Carl Meissner s taxonomic arrangement of Dryandra, now Banksia ser. Dryandra, was published in 1856 as part of his chapter on the Proteaceae in A. P.
  • clade of plant. It was a series within the former genus Dryandra now Banksia ser. Dryandra The name was first published at sectional rank as Dryandra