Fabaceae Lindl.
Acacia boormanii var. Mount Typo (F.E.Bienvenu 11) Vic. Herbarium , [n/a], phrase name
Maslin, B.R. (9 July 2001), Wattle - Acacias of Australia: - [primary reference]
  • Text: "A variant from Mt Typo, c. 50 km SSW of Myrtleford, Vic., is recognised especially by its phyllodes which are often broader than normal (2–5 mm wide) and distinctly glaucous when young (e.g. F.E.Bienvenu T12, PERTH). This variant, which hybridises with A. pravissima (e.g. F.E.Bienvenu 0013, MEL), may resemble narrow phyllode forms of A. kettlewelliae but is distinguished by its narrower pods (c. 5 mm wide) and insignificant gland."
CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census: - [secondary reference]
  • APC Dist.: Vic
Tucker, K.J., Murphy, D.J. & Walsh, N.G. (28 June 2018), Examining the Acacia boormanii complex (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae); recognition of a new subspecies. Muelleria 37: 29 [taxonomic synonym]
taxonomic synonym of: Acacia boormanii subsp. gibba K.J.Tucker legitimate