MIMOSACEAE Acacia mucronata

Acacia mucronata

Distinguishing features: Very common shrub or small tree of scrub and disturbed areas, especially in western Tasmania. The phyllodes are thick, flat and very leathery, (2 - 15 cm long) usually narrow, with several main veins and a small mucro.
Sites Found: 
Site 2.2 Sclerophyll shrubbery
Site 2.4 Mixed Forest
Site 2.5 Rainforest
Site 3.2 Clearfelled

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