ⓘ Banksia undata

                                     

ⓘ Banksia undata

Banksia undata, commonly known as urchin dryandra, is a shrub endemic to Western Australia.

It was known as Dryandra praemorsa until 2007, when all Dryandra species were transferred to Banksia by Austin mast and Kevin Thiele. Since there was already a plant named Banksia praemorsa cut leaf Banksia, mast and Thiele were forced to choose a new specific epithet, their choice, "undata", comes from the Latin undatus "in waves", in connection with corrugated sheets.

There are two species: B. undata VAR. and B. undata VAR. Chia.

Evaluation of potential impact of climate change on this species found that its range is likely to contract by between 50% and 80% by 2080, depending on the severity of the changes.