Acacia anaticeps

The duch-head wattle grows on sand dunes near Sandfire and on Mandora station along the highway, at Australia’s North West’s 80 mile beach, and near the Edgar Range. The unusual leaf shape is accompanied by copious pods containing large edible seeds. This follows creamy yellow cylindrical flowers.Acacia anaticeps Acacia anaticeps a Acacia anaticeps

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Acacia anaticeps

Acacia anaticeps

Scientific Names – Food Plants International

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Acacia albida. Acacia ammobia. Acacia ampliceps. Acacia amythethophylla. Acacia anaticeps. Acacia ancistrocarpa. Acacia aneura. Acacia angustissima

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Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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