GEOGRAPHE COMMUNITY LANDCARE NURSERY

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366 Queen Elizabeth Avenue
[2 km south of the Busselton Bypass]

Busselton, Western Australia


2001- 2014
Volunteering for Biodiversity

O
VER 200 local species

for landcare and gardens

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SPECIES

Photos and information about the species we grow,
and perhaps about a few we might like to grow in the future

FAMILY

MIMOSACEAE

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Scientific name Acacia lateriticola
Common name

Acacia lateriticola
Quindalup
Photos: Richard Clark
15th August 2008




A map showing the distribution of Mimosaceae in Western Australia here.
There is a page on the Mimosaceae family in Flora of Australia Online.
A note on the Mimosaceae family in the Wikipedia here. - showing Mimisoideae as a subfamily of the family Fabaceae. This is not a 'mistake', but a different classification system, APGII.]

A map showing the distribution of Acacia in Western Australia here.

A note on the Acacia genus in the Wikipedia
A general ANBG page on the genus Acacia.

There are entries on the genus Acacia in Flora of Australia Online.



There are around 1000 acacia species in Australia.
Horticultural note: There are two Acacia lateriticola species in this neighbourhood. The other species is non-hairy: Acacia lateriticola glabrous variant

References:
FloraBase
MABBERLEY, D.J. (1987/1997) The Plant Book, Cambridge University Press.
WHEELER, J. et al (2002) Flora of the South West – Bunbury/Augusta/Denmark, Australian Biological Resources Study, University of Western A

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