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Acacia inaequilatera

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Fabaceae
Scientific name  Acacia inaequilatera
Order  Fabales
Genus  Acacia
Rank  Species
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Similar  Acacia, Acacia citrinoviridis, Acacia brachystachya, Acacia cyperophylla, Acacia beauverdiana

Acacia inaequilatera, commonly known as kanji bush or baderi, is a tree in the family Mimosaceae. Endemic to Australia, it is widely distributed in the semi-arid Triodia country eastwards from Karratha, Western Australia into the Northern Territory.

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Kanji bush is a gnarled tree with corky bark and spiny foliage and stems. It grows to a height of between two and five metres. Like most Acacia species, it has phyllodes rather than true leaves. These are a blue-grey colour, with a curved midrib and a short spine at the tip. There is also a pair of curved spines at the base of each leaf. Unusually for Acacia species, the flowers are not pure yellow, but rather yellow with a reddish purple centre. These are held in spherical clusters about five millimetres in diameter. The pods are flat and curved, up to ten centimetres long and one centimetre wide.

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Kanji bush is very fire tolerant and colonises rapidly after a bushfire. It is short-lived, lasting less than ten years.

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