Acacia macnuttiana, Family Mimosaceae, also known as McNutt’s Wattle, is a tall bushy shrub 1−3 m high, with straight or curved leaves with a pointed tip and one to three small glands along the edge. The flowers have golden yellow globular heads and appear between July and September, with fruit following in spring to summer.
McNutt's Wattle |
Status: Vulnerable on the EPBC Act list
Government evidence of impact of climate change:
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Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Acacia macnuttiana
Threats The main identified threats to McNutt s Wattle include fire destruction; disturbance and erosion of habitat by agriculture or development activities and trampling by bushwalkers (NSW NPWS; 2003a).