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Acacia spondylophylla F.Muell.
Curry Wattle
This
 species grows across northern Australia to Western Queensland. It smells like curry.


  Acacia spondylophylla Acacia  spondylophylla
 
  Description:Flowers Description:Flowers and phyllodes
Location:Urandangie to Dajarra, Western Queensland Location:Karlu Karlu (Devils Marbles) Conservation Park, Northern Territory
  GPS coordinates:21˚22.3270S, 139˚05.9450E  GPS coordinates:20˚33.8810S, 134˚15.6680E  
Date of photo:27 June 2009 Date of photo:22 June 2007
  Field No.: 504 Field No.: U1204
     
  Acacia spondylophylla Acacia  spondylophylla
 
  Description:Pod Description:Plant in habitat
  Location:Urandangie to Dajarra, Western Queensland Location:Urandangie to Dajarra, Western Queensland
  GPS coordinates:21˚22.3270S, 139˚05.9450E  GPS coordinates:21˚22.3270S, 139˚05.9450E 
  Date of photo:27 June 2009 Date of photo:27 June 2009
Field No.: 504 Field No.: 504
     

 

References (accessed 18 August 2018):

http://worldwidewattle.com/speciesgallery/spondylophylla.php?id=3553


http://worldwidewattle.com/imagegallery/image.php?p=0&l=s&id=3553&o=1

http://www.alicesprings.nt.gov.au/living/plants/acacia-spondylophylla

 

 

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Roger Fryer and Jill Newland   2018

 

 

Acacia spondylophylla