Acacia fasciculifera F.Muell. ex Benth.
Bentham, G. (1864) Fl. Austr. 2: 361. Type: Rockhampton, J. Dallachy; lecto: K. Fide Pedley, L.(1979), Austrobaileya 1: 263.
Bark dark, very rough and flaky on larger trees. Inner blaze very fibrous and stringy.
Inflorescence a condensed raceme of heads, appearing to be an axillary cluster of flowers, the axis appressed pubescent, about 3-8(-14) mm long, bearing about 3-8 sparsely pubescent or glabrous peduncles about 10-15 mm long, sometimes the inflorescence much reduced. Heads about 25-flowered. Calyx lobes free, about 0.7-1 mm long, linear-obtuse. Corolla lobes about 1.5-2 mm long, obovate, uninerved, about as long as the tube. Stamens about 4 mm long. Ovary glabrous.
Cotyledons ovate, about 8-9 mm long. First pair of leaves pinnate. Third leaf usually simple, linear, phyllodineous and penninerved but with a thickened margin. At the tenth leaf stage: leaves +/- erect, about 16-20 cm long, linear, penninerved but the margin thickened and vein-like; midrib raised on both surfaces; stipules small, broadly triangular and persistent. Seed germination time 7 days.