Acacia aulacocarpa A.Cunn. ex Benth.
Bentham, G. (1842) London Journal of Botany 1: 378. Type: Port Bowen, N. Coast, Cunningham. Lectotype: Port Bowen (= Port Clinton) A. Cunningham no. 115 (K), Isolectotypes: BM, K.
Brown Salwood; Hickory Wattle; Golden-flowered Salwood; Wattle; Wattle, Black; Wattle, Hickory; Black Wattle; Salwood, Golden-flowered
Flowers yellow or bright yellow, strongly but not particularly pleasantly perfumed. Spikes about 15-20 mm long, peduncle about 4-5 mm long. Most flowers in each spike are male with occasional hermaphrodite flowers. Staminal filaments fused together at the very base. Style about as long as the stamens.
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