Two decades from the first Plasmodium transfection, attempts have been made to disrupt more than 900 genes in malaria parasites. These reverse-genetic results exist across five Plasmodium species. While results from the rodent malarias have been curated and systematised, data for species of human malaria parasites currently exists only scattered over a large literature. To facilitate systematic views of previous experimental genetic data across Plasmodium species, the Phenotype database for Plasmodium (PhenoPlasm) (http://www.phenoplasm.org) provides a user-friendly interface for linking citation-backed Plasmodium reverse genetic phenotypes to gene IDs. This database has been populated with phenotypic data on 324 P. falciparum genes, curated from 141 individual publications, as well as existing curated data from RMgmDB. These data are presented using 1:1 ortholog mapping to allow a researcher interested in a gene in one species to see results across Plasmodium. The collaborative nature of the database enables any researcher to add new phenotypes as they are discovered.