Fragm. 4: 5 (1863), as A. supporosa
Threat status:Victoria: rare (r)
Tree, to 12 m high, often viscid, with sub-pendulous branches; branchlets with longitudinal green to brown, low ribs alternating with often resinous bands, later terete and ribbed, glabrous. Phyllodes narrowly elliptic, 6–9 cm long, 4–11 mm wide, thin, sometimes curved, glabrous except margins with appressed, minute hairs, resinous-punctate, acute to acuminate; main veins 2–5, distant, with several weaker longitudinal veins, anastamoses occasional. Peduncles 6–11 mm long, with antrorse, somewhat appressed, minute hairs, basal bract persistent; heads globular, 6–7 mm diam., 20–25-flowered, pale lemon-yellow. Flowers 5-merous; sepals partly united. Pods linear, to 7.5 cm long and 5 mm wide, firmly chartaceous, glabrous; seeds longitudinal, oblong, 4 mm long, glossy, dark brown, aril small and terminal. Flowers Sep.–Oct.
EGL, EGU. Also NSW. Restricted to near-coastal strip from Bega in New South Wales to the north-east tip of Victoria where known with certainty from the Howe Range and Genoa River catchment. Throughout its range it grows in moist sandy/shaley soils and conglomerates, especially along streams in gullies at margin of rainforests, and on low hillsides. .
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|East Gippsland Lowlands||present||native|
|East Gippsland Uplands||present||native|
|New South Wales|