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Grevillea parviflora R.Br. subsp. parviflora Family Proteaceae
Common name: Small-flower Grevillea

Grevillea parviflora subsp. parviflora R.Br. APNI*

Synonyms: Grevillea linearifolia 'narrower-leaved Sydney form' of Makinson (1991) APNI*
Grevillea parviflora 'typical form' of Olde & Marriott (1995) APNI*

Description: Low open to erect shrub 0.3–1 m tall. Major branches ascending to erect; branchlets not secund with leaves not all held skywards.

Leaves mostly 0.8–1.3 mm wide.

Flower colour: perianth white with rusty brown hairs on limb; style white, sometimes becoming red with age. Stipe of ovary 1–1.2 mm long.

Flowering: Flowers July–December

Distribution and occurrence: Endemic to N.S.W., occurring W and S of Sydney from W of Prospect (where now almost certainly extinct), Kemps Ck and lower Georges R. S to Camden, Appin and Cordeaux Dam, with disjunct northern populations S of Putty and near Cessnock and Cooranbong, possibly also S of Moss Vale.

Grows in heathy associations or shrubby woodland, in sandy or light clay soils usually over shale substrates.
NSW subdivisions: NC, CC

Threatened species: NSW BCA: Vulnerable; Commonwealth EPBC: Vulnerable
AVH map***

This species is considered data-deficient by Saving our Species (SoS, DPIE) which means a conservation project cannot be developed for it. Visit their website and contact SoS if you have additional information.

Text by R.O. Makinson
Taxon concept: R.O. Makinson (Fl. Australia)

APNI* Provides a link to the Australian Plant Name Index (hosted by the Australian National Botanic Gardens) for comprehensive bibliographic data
***The AVH map option provides a detailed interactive Australia wide distribution map drawn from collections held by all major Australian herbaria participating in the Australian Virtual Herbarium project.
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