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A couple of Acacia ID Requests

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Hi there,

Just went out for a walk and snapped a few pics of acacias. These are grouped into three separate samples. I suspect they are either A. Longifolia or A. Melanoxylon. 

Locatio: Eastern Melbourne creeklands.

 

Thanks :)

P.S Sorry for the sideways photos, not sure how to fix that.

Sample 1:

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Sample 2:

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Sample 3:

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Looks like Melanoxylon, to me, I love the way the seed attaches to the seed pod

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10 minutes ago, TheMooseZeus said:

Looks like Melanoxylon, to me, I love the way the fruit attaches to the seed pod

The fruit being the fleshy pink ring around the seed?

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16 minutes ago, Rock.0 said:

The fruit being the fleshy pink ring around the seed?

Oh! I mean't to say seed, not fruit

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