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Here are some photos of two acacias found on the metropolitan southside of Brisbane. The first three pics of one tree, and the last two are of the other.

Can anyone ID them?

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I wish i could help, ideas come to mind although nothing difinitive.

They are stunning looking plants! I'd love to find out the id on the first plant, if we don't hear back from anyone else, I'll do my best.

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Both are either concurrens or leiocalyx, hard to tell without close ups of branchlets, flowers and phyllodes. Check out plantnet for id's

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Went back there and got a couple of close-ups of the leaves and flowers. That's the first 3rd and 4th pictures.

Also while there I noticed 3 more trees starting to flower. Does anyone have any idea what they could be?

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Edit* just re-read this post, didn't realise how rude my reply was. Sorry, must have been in a bad mood that day haha! Keep scouting, gotta learn somehow

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So it is. Oh well, we learn from our mistakes. Have removed that one from the post.

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I agree with fydesvindico A. Concurrens and A. Leiocalyx. They often grow together. Obvious confluent prominant veins near base on phyllodes that they both share.

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