ⓘ Banksia foliolata

                                     

ⓘ Banksia foliolata

Banksia foliolata is a shrub endemic to Western Australia. It was known as Dryandra foliolata until 2007, when all Dryandra species were transferred to Banksia by Austin Mast and Kevin Thiele.

                                     
  • fililoba Banksia foliolata Banksia foliosissima Banksia formosa showy banksia Banksia fraseri Banksia fuscobractea Banksia glaucifolia Banksia heliantha oak - leaved
  •  epimicta B. ericifolia - heath - leaved banksia B. erythrocephala B. falcata B. fasciculata B. fililoba B. foliolata B. foliosissima B. formosa B. fraseri
  • 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
  • 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.
  • taxonomic arrangement of Dryandra was the first arrangement of what is now Banksia ser. Dryandra. His initial arrangement was published in 1810, and a further
  • The ecology of Banksia refers to all the relationships and interactions among the plant genus Banksia and its environment. Banksia has a number of adaptations
  •  squarrosa D. serra now B. serra D. concinna now B. concinna D. foliolata now B. foliolata Series Formosæ D. stupposa now B. stuposa D. nobilis now
  • The arrangement stood until 2007, when Dryandra was transferred into Banksia as B. ser. Dryandra. No alternative has yet been proposed. The dryandras