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Acacia id ?

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I have some acacias on the property and am curious what they might be, the location is around the south burnett region, i am thinking maybe acacia leiocalyx or concurrens ?

I have a young concurrens plant and it looks very similar to the saplings around here, anyhow any help or ideas are very appreciated :  )

 

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I make it A. leiocalyx too. The coiled pods help eliminate other similar species. The wider phyllodes would make it subsp. leiocalyx as opposed to subsp. herveyensis.

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