Acacia sericophylla F.Muell.

Reference
J.Proc.Linn.Soc.,Bot. 3:122 (1859)
Conservation Code
Not threatened
Naturalised Status
Native to Western Australia
Name Status
Current

Gnarled tree or shrub, to 12 m high, bark grey, thick and spongy with deep longitudinal fissures which are yellow inside; phyllodes light green or grey-green, often pendant; inflorescences globular. Red, white or brown sand, gravelly loam, granite. Sandplains, damp areas, water-courses.

Amanda Spooner, Descriptive Catalogue, 12 April 2007
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Distribution

IBRA Regions
Carnarvon, Central Kimberley, Central Ranges, Dampierland, Darwin Coastal, Gascoyne, Gibson Desert, Great Sandy Desert, Little Sandy Desert, Ord Victoria Plain, Pilbara, Tanami, Victoria Bonaparte.
IBRA Subregions
Augustus, Cape Range, Chichester, Fortescue, Hamersley, Hart, Keep, Lateritic Plain, Mackay, Mann-Musgrave Block, McLarty, Pentecost, Pindanland, Purnululu, Roebourne, Rudall, South Kimberley Interzone, Tanami Desert, Trainor.
IMCRA Regions
Pilbara (nearshore).
Local Government Areas (LGAs)
Ashburton, Broome, Carnarvon, Derby-West Kimberley, East Pilbara, Exmouth, Halls Creek, Karratha, Meekatharra, Ngaanyatjarraku, Port Hedland, Wiluna, Wyndham-East Kimberley.