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Acacia quadrilateralis DC.
A small wattle from the central east coast of Australia. The phyllodes are four sided in cross section - hence the name.


  Acacia quadrilateralis Acacia quadrilateralis
 
  Description:Flowers Description:Flowers  and phyllodes
Location:24K N of Childers, Central Queensland Location:24K N of Childers, Central Queensland
  GPS coordinates:25˚03.5113S, 15213.8279E  GPS coordinates:25˚03.5113S, 15213.8279E 
Date of photo:23 August 2017 Date of photo:23 August 2017
  Field No.: 6223 Field No.: 6223
     
  Acacia quadrilateralis Acacia quadrilateralis
 
  Description:Phyllodes Description:Plant
  Location:24K N of Childers, Central Queensland Location:24K N of Childers, Central Queensland
  GPS coordinates:25˚03.5113S, 15213.8279E  GPS coordinates:25˚03.5113S, 15213.8279E 
  Date of photo:23 August 2017 Date of photo:23 August 2017
Field No.: 6223 Field No.: 6223

 

References (accessed 15 August 2018):

Williams, K.A.W. (1999), Native Plants of Queensland 4: 34

http://worldwidewattle.com/speciesgallery/quadrilateralis.php

http://worldwidewattle.com/imagegallery/image.php?p=0&l=q&id=23800&o=1

 

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Acacia quadrilateralis