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Sunshine Wattle

Acacia terminalis

Acacia terminalis
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Sunshine Wattle Acacia terminalis
Sunshine Wattle (Acacia terminalis)

Shrub or small tree from 1 6 m high, with angular reddish stems.

Leaves: Bipinnate with 2-6 pairs of pinnae and 8-20 pairs of leaflets, 1-2 cm long and 2-5 mm wide.

Flowers: Autumn to winter, flowering profusely during the cooler months. Globular heads of yellow, widely spaced on racemes up to 8 cm long. The flowers are bright yellow in the upper mountains and pale yellow at lower altitudes.

Fruit: Flat seed pod, 3-10 cm long to 1.5 cm wide, thickened margins.

Found: Found coastal to inland, favouring lightly forested areas, on sandstone, NSW, TAS, VIC.

Scientific Classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Fabales
Family: Fabaceae
Infrafamilies: Mimosoideae
Genus: Acacieae
Species: Acacia terminalis
Sunshine Wattle Images
Sunshine Wattle (Acacia terminalis), Blue Mountains National Park, NSW.
Sunshine Wattle (Acacia terminalis), Blue Mountains National Park, NSW.
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