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Threatened species

Guthrie's Grevillea - profile

Indicative distribution

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Scientific name: Grevillea guthrieana
Conservation status in NSW: Endangered
Commonwealth status: Endangered
Profile last updated: 21 Jan 2020


A spreading shrub to 2 m high or occasionally to 4 m high. The branchlets are covered with long hairs when young and the leaf undersurface is also hairy. The narrow leaves are 2 to 6 cm long and less than 1 cm wide. The flowers are green and maroon and form at the end of the branchlets.


Known from the north coast of NSW, at Booral near Bulahdelah and on the Carrai Plateau, south-west of Kempsey.

Habitat and ecology

  • Grows along creeks and cliff lines in eucalypt forest, on granitic or sedimentary soil.

Regional distribution and habitat

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Information sources

IBRA Bioregion IBRA Subregion Known or predicted Geographic restrictions region
NSW North CoastCarrai Plateau Known None
NSW North CoastKaruah Manning Known None
NSW North CoastMacleay Gorges Known None
NSW North CoastMacleay Hastings Known None
NSW North CoastUpper Manning Known None