Acacia viscidula

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Acacia viscidula, Cunn. A tall shrub, 12-15 ft. high, with terete branches covered by a glossy viscid gum: phyll. long-linear, with a small oblique point, sparingly pubescent, at least when young, 2-3 l/2 in. long, 1/12 to less than 1/4in. wide, with several obscure parallel veins; gland near base: fls. 40 in a head, solitary or in pairs, either 5- or 4-merous, with peduncles 1/4in. long; calyx and corolla pubescent: pod hirsute, with nerve-like margins, 1 1/4-2 in. long, 1/6 in. wide, slightly depressed between the seeds; seed small, longitudinal; funicle silvery, twice or thrice twisted and thickened into cap at end of seed; ripe Aug. Fls. March, Apr.—At first glance easily mistaken for narrow-lvd. A. retinodes, but its short-std. fls. in pairs, the resinous viscid substance on phyll. and its small narrow pods will at once distinguish it.


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