Acacia spp.



The Acacia species produces several important commodities, including gum, tannin, perfume and alkaloids such as tryptamines. The latter can be found in various plant parts depending on species. Most Wattles are native to Australia, Africa and South America, with about half the species native in Australia. They are often adaptable to many soils and conditions, and are mostly drought and frost resistant. As nitrogen fixing shrubs/trees, wattles are useful for land regeneration.
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Acacia complanata
Acacia complanata
Acacia acuminata
Acacia acuminata
Acacia confusa
Acacia confusa