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Acacia gibsonii Maslin

Nuytsia 23:277-280,Fig.1 (2013)
Conservation Code
Priority One
Naturalised Status
Native to Western Australia
Name Status


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Southern Cross.
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Nuytsia Journal Articles

Acacia gibsonii, a distinctive, rare new species of Acacia sect. Juliflorae (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) from south-west Western Australia

MASLIN, B.R., Nuytsia 23: 277–281 (2013)

Acacia gibsonii Maslin, a new species with distinctively short, 3-nerved phyllodes and short spikes, and having affinities to A. incongesta R.S.Cowan & Maslin is described. The species is known from a geographically very restricted area of greenstone hills between Norseman and Hyden. It is currently listed by its phrase name, Acacia sp. Lake Johnson (N. Gibson & M. Lyons 1959), as Priority One under the Department of Environment and Conservation’s Conservation Codes for Western Australian Flora.