Acacia grandifolia, Family Mimosaceae, is a tree growing to approximately 8 m high. Leaflike phyllodes are straight, asymmetrically elliptical and covered in fine hair. Flowers are long golden spikes, appearing in September. Seed pods are approximately 60 mm long by 6 mm wide, flat, hairy, and contain shiny black seeds.
Acacia grandifolia |
Status: Vulnerable on the EPBC Act list
Government evidence of impact of climate change:
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Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Acacia grandifolia
Threats The main potential threats to Acacia grandifolia include habitat modification through timber harvesting; inappropriate fire regimes and inappropriate grazing regimes.