Trisha Shetty

Acacia prominens

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Kingdom  Plantae
Genus  Acacia
Rank  Species
Family  Fabaceae
Scientific name  Acacia prominens
Order  Fabales
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Similar  Acacia, Acacia schinoides, Acacia binervia, Acacia complanata, Acacia parramattensis

Acacia prominens (golden rain wattle, goldenrain wattle, Gosford wattle or grey sally) is a shrub or tree in the genus Acacia native to New South Wales, Australia. It grows 5–9 metres, sometimes 20–25 metres high and contains the psychoactive alkaloids phenylethylamine and β-methylphenethylamine. It is most closely related to A. kettlewelliae and A. covenyi.

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Acacia prominens Acacia prominens 39Golden Rain Wattle 39 Native to Austral Flickr
Acacia prominens Australian National Botanic Gardens Growing Acacia
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Acacia prominens Oatley Park Flowers in August Oatley Flora amp Fauna Conservation

References

Acacia prominens Wikipedia


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