Prionotes

Some articles on prionotes:

Banksia Prionotes - Conservation
... Banksia prionotes is susceptible to a number of threatening processes ... prionotes ... prionotes from the region would therefore mean the loss of all the honeyeaters as well, and this would affect the many other species of plants that rely on honeyeaters for pollination ...
Banksia Prionotes - Distribution and Habitat
... Banksia prionotes occurs throughout much of the Southwest Botanical Province, occurring both along the west coast and well inland, and ranging from Shark Bay (25°30′S) in the ... prionotes thus has a very patchy distribution east of the scarp ... prionotes along road verges of the Brand Highway, where fires are relatively rare ...
Banksia Prionotes - Taxonomy - Hybrids - With Banksia Hookeriana
... Banksia prionotes readily hybridises with Banksia hookeriana (Hooker's Banksia) under experimental conditions, indicating that these species have highly ... Banksia prionotes × hookeriana has also been verified as occurring in the wild, but only in disturbed locations ... prionotes has usually finished flowering by the end of May, whereas flowering of B ...
Banksia Prionotes
... Banksia prionotes, commonly known as Acorn Banksia or Orange Banksia, is a species of shrub or tree of the genus Banksia in the family Proteaceae ... Banksia prionotes was first described in 1840 by English botanist John Lindley, probably from material collected by James Drummond the previous year ... prionotes is found from Shark Bay (25° S) in the north, south as far as Kojonup (33°50′S) ...
Banksia Prionophylla - Taxonomy
... He named it Dryandra prionotes, from the Greek prion- ("saw") and -otes ("quality of"), in reference to the "saw-like" leaf margins ... prionotes, which was overlooked ... was necessary because there was already a plant named Banksia prionotes (Acorn Banksia) ...