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Acacia crassicarpa

Thick-Podded Salwood, Northern Wattle

A. crassicarpa should be monitored as it is becoming invasive and is spreading into a section of Noosa National Park.  This Acacia is endemic to northern Queensland, as far south as Mackay; also in New Guinea and Torres Strait Islands. 

Acacia crassicarpa is listed in the following regions:


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Species information

  • Acacia crassicarpa Scientific name
  • Thick-Podded Salwood, Northern Wattle Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Non-local Native
  • Minor Weed or Pest
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