Burrawang 
 
 
Group:
Plants
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Australia


Species/Common Names:
Macrozamia conferta
Macrozamia cranei
Macrozamia crassifolia
Macrozamia elegans
Macrozamia flexuosa
Macrozamia humilis
Macrozamia lomandroides
Macrozamia occidua
Macrozamia parcifolia
Macrozamia pauli-guilielmi
Macrozamia plurinervia
Macrozamia secunda
Macrozamia spiralis
Macrozamia viridis

Facts Summary:
Macrozamia (commonly known as the Burrawang species) is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Australia.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Macrozamia confertaEN-IUCN2003Australia
2. Macrozamia craneiVU-IUCN2003Australia
3. Macrozamia crassifoliaVU-IUCN2003Australia
4. Macrozamia elegansEN-IUCN2003Australia
5. Macrozamia flexuosaEN-IUCN2003Australia
6. Macrozamia humilisVU-IUCN2003Australia
7. Macrozamia lomandroidesVU-IUCN2003Australia
8. Macrozamia occiduaVU-IUCN2003Australia
9. Macrozamia parcifoliaVU-IUCN2003Australia
10. Macrozamia pauli-guilielmiEN-IUCN2003Australia
11. Macrozamia plurinerviaNT-IUCN2003Australia
12. Macrozamia secundaVU-IUCN2003Australia
13. Macrozamia spiralisEN-IUCN2003Australia
14. Macrozamia viridisVU-IUCN2003Australia

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