J. & Proc. Roy. Soc. New South Wales 60: 192 (1927) APNI
Shrub or small tree to 6 m high; bark smooth or fissured near base, greyish-black or brown; branchlets ± terete with low inconspicuous ridges, densely silvery-grey tomentose. Leaves bipinnate, silvery-grey; rachis 1–4.5(–6.5) cm long, densely pubescent, gland at the junction of each pinna pair often obscured by hair; pinnae in 4–10 pairs; pinnules in 7–27 pairs, well-spaced, oblong to linear, 2.5–7.5 mm long, 0.5–0.8 mm wide, within a single pinna more or less equal in length, with dense long silvery hairs, apex obtuse or acute with a terminal tuft of hair. Inflorescence a raceme or panicle; heads globular, 20–40-flowered, golden yellow; peduncles 2–7 mm long, densely pubescent. Pod straight or slightly curved, flattish, 3–12 cm long, 4–7 mm wide, slightly constricted, coriaceous, silvery-grey to rusty-tomentose. Flowers mainly Mar.–May
*Gold. Native to New South Wales, plants naturalised in Victoria at the McKay Reservoir near Chewton, growing in dry woodland.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|New South Wales|
|Australian Capital Territory|