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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Acacia salicina is a thornless species of tree native to . Common names include Cooba, Native Willow, Willow Wattle, Broughton Willow,Sally Wattle and Black Wattle. It is a large or small evergreen growing 3 to 20 m tall. It has a life span of about 10 15 years. In the , Acacia salicina flowers primarily from October to January and the seed pods are often visible from April to July. The tree's seeds are shiny, black and have a crimson appendage-like . Acacia salicina is "closely related" to and .
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Acacia, Australia, Acacia ligulata
Aaron Philippe Toll
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