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Hi! I alway pass these acacia near my house and would love to know what they are!

Found in coastal NSW

1.

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2.

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3.

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Thank you all so much!

 

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First post so obviously take this with a grain of salt, but I would compare your findings to maidenii, longifolia or even longifolia var. sophorae. Will be easier to tell when they flower and seed, the tips don't look particularly blunt to me. How tall/large are said trees? Cheers

 

edit: I'd apologise for bumping an old post as is forum etiquette, but it seems this section could use a bit of a liven up?

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I'm usually not too bad at IDing acacia but these kind of stump me (great pun)

Number 1 and 3 would be a bit over hip height, 1m (3ft) maybe. They're only young

And 2 is roughly 3m (10ft) 

The leaves on 3 seem too spread for longifolia and there are many sophorae around here on the beaches and it doesnt resemble any of those

No need to apologise, i very much appreciate your time 

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Longifolia. They can vary a lot.

Wait until June/July and let us know if they're flowering.

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