Description Banksia carlinoides is a compact shrub with narrow green prickly leaves and pink to creamy white clusters of flowers from august to November. The plant has no lignotuber and is regenerated from seed. The species used to be known as Dryandra carlinoides until the Dryandras were classified with the Banksias in 2007.
Habitat grows on sandy soils and clay loam amongst forest and on sandplains
Distribution Banksia carlinoides is found in western parts of Western Australia between Perth and Geraldton