Regeneration by three species of Banksia on the south coast of Western Australia in relation to fire interval

@inproceedings{Wooller2002RegenerationBT,
  title={Regeneration by three species of Banksia on the south coast of Western Australia in relation to fire interval},
  author={S. J. Wooller and R. D. Wooller and Karen L. Brown},
  year={2002}
}
The regeneration strategies of three Banksia species in relation to fire were studied over 20 years in a mediterranean heathland-shrubland on the south coast of Western Australia. Banksia baueri and B. nutans are both bushes 1-2 m high, while B. baxteri is a shrub 4 m high. All three species regenerated only from seed released from the canopy seed bank after fire. They did not start to flower until 6 years after fire and seed set took even longer. Differences between the species in age-related… CONTINUE READING