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Perth Wattle species identification

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Hey guys I was hoping for some help identifying these wattle species around where I live. I am north east of perth in the hills.
The images show three different wattle plants, I believe two of them (long, narrow, elliptical leaves) may be the same species but am unsure due to colour differences in the branches.

Sorry for the noobish question and any help is very much appreciated!!

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From the first pictures it looks a lot like Acacia podalyriifolia? Thats native to Queensland though 

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On 29/10/2018 at 8:31 PM, TheMooseZeus said:

From the first pictures it looks a lot like Acacia podalyriifolia? Thats native to Queensland though 

i think you may be right as i haven't seen any other acacias that look similar to this one online. Not sure where it could have come from but these two seem to be the two most common types in my area

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