siculiformis is one of several species of Acacia with
narrow, hard, sharp, pointed phyllodes. The flowers are in
spherical heads, which are solitary in the leaf axils, the phyllodes
tend to be glaucous and the bark has rectangular flakes. It is a rare
shrub that occurs in the north east and on the lower parts of the Central
Plateau, often near rivers.
It is often prostrate or may grow to about 1m tall.