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Showing Acacia pteraneura
Type: 109 km north-west of Meekatharra on road to Gascoyne Junction, Western Australian, 10 September 2006, B.R. Maslin 9058 (holo: PERTH 07487517; iso: K).
APC Comment: Treated as Acacia aneura var. conifera in SA.
APC Dist.: WA, NT, SA
Etymology: "The species name is derived from the Greek pteron- (a wing, with reference to the very broad wing on the pods of this species), with 'aneura' as the stem of the epithet."