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hey guys, i was wandering around a small reserve today and identified three distinct acacia variants. I believe they could all be Acuminatas due to their geolocation (York, W.A), due to them displaying a curve/hook on the end of phyllode, and due to the fact that they all are developing or showing rod-shaped flowers. The problem is I really can't tell which is which subspecies...please help. Specimen 1: My guess is Acacia Acuminata Typical Variant (though has very long phyllodes). Specimen 2: My guess is Acacia Acuminata Typical Variant also but some differed version. Does also suit Small Seed Variant but is way out of habitat. Specimen 3: I don't really have a clue...I've never seen a narrow phyllode in person, so can't tell how narrow they get. Looks like a Burkitti but again is way out of habitat. Though this plant and one neighbor were the only ones of this species for kms, and were the only acacias around flowering. -omni 20170622_202227.jpg 20170622_202255.jpg