Key to Tasmanian Dicots
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Acacia terminalis (formerly known as  A. botrycephala; Fabaceae) 1:129

    

Acacia terminalis (= A. botrycephala) is a common shrubby acacia found in dry woodlands. It has bipinnate leaves, with larger and fewer leaflets than the other bipinnate species (A. mearnsii, A. dealbata and the introduced, A. decurrens)

  

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