Recovery plan for Graptophyllum reticulatum
The State of Queensland, Parks and Wildlife Service
Department of the Environment and Water Resources, 2006
About the recovery plan
Graptophyllum reticulatum, commonly known as reticulated holly or veiny graptophyllum, is a slow-growing, understorey shrub belonging to the diverse family, Acanthaceae. Four Graptophyllum species are native to Australia and are restricted to the coastal regions of eastern Queensland.
Graptophyllum reticulatum is listed as nationally 'Endangered' under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and as 'Endangered' on the Queensland Nature Conservation Act 1992 (NCA).