Longleaf Wattle

Acacia longifolia (Andrews) Willd.

It has smooth to finely fissured greyish coloured bark and glabrous branchlets that are angled towards the apices. Like most species of Acacia it has phyllodes rather than true leaves. The evergreen and glabrous phyllodes are motly straight but occasionally slightly curved

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What habitats does Acacia longifolia live in?

Lives intertidally and subtidally on rocks, sand and mud

What is the distribution of Acacia longifolia?

From south east QLD to NSW where it is endemic, but has naturalised in other states including Tasmania

How big does Acacia longifolia grow?

Can grow to around 8m high

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