GEOGRAPHE COMMUNITY LANDCARE NURSERY

0429 644 885

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


Scientific name

Acacia stenoptera

Common name

Narrow Winged Wattle

Acacia stenoptera
Narrow Winged Wattle
Dunsborough
Photo: Richard Clark
29th January 2010


Photo: Janine Liddelow

Yoganup
Photo: Peter Watson
17th April 2009


Anniebrook
Photo: Richard Clark
30th June 2007


Quedjinup
18th September 2007

Scan of Yoganup specimen:
Richard Clark
17th April 2009

Opened pods collected at Vasse 23rd January 2009
Photo: Richard Clark

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 and the species Acacia stenoptera in Flora of Australia Online.



There are around 1000 acacia species in Australia.
Horticultural note:
References:
FloraBase
Wattle
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 Australia.

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