Native plant - Menzel’s wattle

  • Fact sheet
  • August 2015
Acacia-menzelii
Menzel’s wattle (acacia menzelii)

Description

Ecology

Conservation rating

Menzel’s wattle is listed as nationally vulnerable – approximately 11,000 individual plants remaining in the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin region.

Threats

Acacia-menzelii

Habitat

Found in woodland and mallee habitats. In woodland habitats, the overstorey is dominated by:

In mallee habitats, the overstorey is dominated by:

There is commonly a midstorey shrub layer in these communities dominated by acacia species. The undergrowth is dominated by grasses, sedges and small shrubs.

Distribution

Endemic to South Australia. Within the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin region populations are known to occur in Murray Bridge, Monarto and Rockleigh.

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