Acacia decipiens

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Acacia decipiens, R. Br. (A. dolabriformis, Colla. A. incrassata, Hook. A. biflora, Paxt.). A shrub either low and bushy or up to 10 or 12ft. tall, glabrous or rarely hirsute: phyll. triangular or trapezoid, 1/3-2/3in. long and nearly as broad; principal nerve excentric, ending in small point, gland on other angle; the occasional stipules are spinescent: fls. solitary or in pairs, 6-10 in a head: pod thick, hard, much incurved, 1-2 in. long, 1/12-1/8 in. wide, narrowed at each end; seeds longitudinal; funicle ending in club-shaped aril. B.M. 1745, 3244.—The difference between this and A. cuneata seems to lie chiefly in fls. and phyll., which are about as broad as long in A. decipiens, and much longer than broad in A. cuneata, and wedge-shaped. CH

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