Native plant - Resin wattle

  • Fact sheet
  • August 2015
Acacia-rhetinocarpa
Resin wattle (acacia rhetinocarpa)

Description

Ecology

Conservation rating

Resin wattle is listed as nationally vulnerable – approximately 2,800 individual plants remaining in the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin region.

Threats

Acacia-rhetinocarpa

Habitat

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

In woodland habitats, the overstorey is dominated by:

The midstorey shrub layer is dominated by acacia and melaleuca, and the undergrowth is dominated by grasses, sedges and small shrubs.

Distribution

Endemic to South Australia. In the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin region populations are found in:

How you can help

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