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|Acacia estrophiolata subsp. var.||Ironwood|
Acacia estrophiolata, commonly known as the Ironwood or Southern Ironwood, is a tree native to Central Australia.
It is a graceful, pendulous shade tree, which grows from about 4-16 m tall and has a trunk with a diameter of up to about 0.45 m. Young plants are spiky leaved. It has pale yellow flowers after winter rains.
It is usually found in areas with about 220-350 mm/year of average rainfall.
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