Acacia binervata

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Acacia binervata, DC. (A. umbrosa, Cunn.). Fig. 72. Two-veined Hickory. A tall shrub or shrubby tree of 25ft., with terete branchlets: phyll. falcate-lanceolate to triangular, with 2 distinct veins (occasionally 3-veined) and pinnately veined between, 2 1/2-4 in. long, 1/6-1 in. wide; gland 1/2in. from base: fls. in racemes shorter than phyll.; peduncles 1/4in. long or more, 30 fls. in a head, 4- or 5-merous; calyx not half so long as corolla: pods straight, very thin, convex over seed, 4-5 in. long, 1/2in. wide; seed oblong; funicle long, nearly encircling seed and bent back upon itself in double dark red fold, with light aril at hilum end. B.M. 3338. Maiden, Flowering Plants of New S. Wales, pt. 5, p. 53. Wattles and Wattlebarks, p. 50.—It inhabits dry, shaded woods in the mountainous district of the coast. CH

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