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Showing Acacia fodinalis
Type: "Queensland. LEICHHARDT DISTRICT: Norwich Park mine, c. 22˚40'S 148˚20'E, 8 June 1983, J.Martin s.n. [AQ 349851]; (holo: BRI)."
Etymology: "The specific epithet is derived from Latin fodina, a pit or mine, and the suffix -alis, pertaining or belonging to, an allusion to the large colleries in the geographic range of the species."
APC Comment: Acacia cretata possibly intergrades with A. fodinalis (Pedley, 1999).
APC Dist.: Qld