Observer

Species

Unidentified

Tags / Aspects

Description

Prickly watle

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Date & Time

  2016-09-10 09:07 AM

Location

  -36.783993 , 144.371048 : 226.079 m

Near Junortoun VIC 3551, Australia

Discussion

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  1. David Francis  Hedge Wattle has thorns along the stem at the bases of the phyllodes. This could be a form of A. acinacea

    Reply • 18 Sep 2016

  2. Chris Lindorff  I agree. Looks to be one of the many forms of Acacia acinacea.

    Reply • 18 Sep 2016

  3. Andrew Brown  It does have thorns along the stems ??

    Reply • 18 Sep 2016

    • Chris Lindorff  Would you therefore consider a hybrid between paradoxa and acinacea?

      Reply • 19 Sep 2016

  4. David Francis  Andrew and Chris, I've put this back to "unidentified" if that's alright - pending further evidence of thorns/spines to fit https://vicflora.rbg.vic.gov.au/flora/taxon/fc1c0e04-bf6f-4220-aac8-7a26a9eb36dc or hybrid features.

    Reply • 19 Sep 2016




NS Observation No. 57DE26F6ED2A89450F0067B9
Created 2016-09-18 03:55 PM (over 2 years ago)
Created By Andrew Brown
Updated 2016-09-19 01:17 PM (over 2 years ago)
Updated By David Francis
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