Acacia for food …

The Duck’s Head Wattle, has odd shaped leaves which the common name suggests. This is Acacia ampliceps, found on red sandy dunes along the NorthWest coastal highway near Sandfire, and near the Edgar Range. More details can be seen here at anaticepsAcacia anaticepsCopious large seeds on the 3 to 4 metre trees means research as a food for stock or even humans is worthwhile.

Scientific Names – Food Plants International › Our Database

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

Acacia ancistrocarpa? The Fitzroy Wattle, here:

Acacia ancistrocarpa

Acacia ancistrocarpa

Acacia ancistrocarpa1And Acacia aneura:Acacia aneura_1

About Tom Harley

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