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Acacia acinacea is a small to medium shrub that is found in south-eastern South Australia, most of Victoria and southern NSW. Phyllodes are small, elliptic with. Name, Sources, Status. gold-dust acacia, Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS), Unknown, uBio, Trusted. Gold-dust Wattle, Integrated Taxonomic. Common names. Gold-dust Wattle, Gold-dust Acacia, Round-leaved Wattle. Scientific names. Acacia acinacea, Acacia rotundifolia. Family. Mimosaceae. Genus.

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Grevillea floribunda, Rusty Spider Flower. Melaleuca incana, Grey Honey-myrtle.

Plants of South Eastern New South Wales

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software. Crassula helmsii, Swamp Stonecrop. King Parrots Alisterus scapularis. Leptospermum laevigatum, Coast Tea Tree. Melaleuca gibbosa, Slender Honey-myrtle.

Acacia caesiella, Tablelands Wattle. Acacia siculiformis, Dagger Wattle.

Flora of Victoria

Pour boiling or very hot water over seeds and soak for several hours before sowing. Phyllodes are small, elliptic with an offset mucro pointed end.


The species name possibly refers to the twisted pods. Flowers are a nectar and pollen source for many native beetles, moths and butterflies. Scientific names Acacia acinacea, Acacia rotundifolia.

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Ricinocarpus pinifolius, Wedding Bush. Eastern Spinebill Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris. Fauna profiles Badge Huntsman Spider. Hypocalymma angustifolium, White Myrtle. Acinaca vestita, Weeping Boree. Melaleuca irbyana, Swamp Tea Tree.

Blue-banded Bee Amegilla cingulata. Acacia granitica, Granite Wattle. Boronia crenulata, Aniseed Boronia.

Melaleuca thymifolia, Thyme-leaf Honey-myrtle. Plant database Ground covers. Acacia dawsonii, Poverty Wattle, Mitta Wattle.

This specie has been identified in the following Australian states: Hakea actites, Wallum Hakea. Acacia leptoclada, Tingha Golden Wattle. Acacia longifolia, Sydney Golden Acinaceaa.

Acacia acinacea, Acacia rotundifolia. Callistemon salignus, Willow Bottlebrush. Ottelia ovalifolia, Swamp Lily. Acacia buxifolia, Box-leaf Wattle. Acacia amblygona, Fan Wattle. Eucalyptus kruseana, ‘Bookleaf Mallee’.