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In its native range, the main flowering season is May — June, but light flowering may occur as late as September. The peak fruiting season is October — November; but there is considerable variation between locations and from year to year Geographic distribution Acacia crassicarpa occurs in northern Queensland, the Torres Strait islands, and New Guinea. It is most common on sandy, lowland, coastal or near-coastal sites, where it is found on sandy levees near seasonally-dry creeks and on coastal foredune systems. Identification The trees are usually between 6 and 25 m tall, but some grow to 30 m. On coastal dunes they tend to be shrubs, sometimes less than 1 m tall. The bark is deeply cracked.

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Branchlets scarcely angular. Phyllodia falcate-oblong, narrowed at both ends, 5 to 8 in. Spikes solitary or clustered, slender, not very dense, 1 in. Flowers mostly 5-merous. Calyx thin, sinuate-toothed, glabrous, about half as long as the corolla.

Petals smooth but with the midrib prominent in the bud, united to the middle. Pod oblong, flat, thick, hard, obliquely veined, 2 to 3 in. Seeds oblique, funicle not seen. Annual rainfall in its natural habitat is from as low as mm in Australia to as high as mm in Papua New Guinea and Irian Jaya. Length of the dry season ranges from 6 months at the southern limit of the distribution area near Townsville, Queensland, to 3 months at the northern limit in Papua New Guinea and Irian Jaya.

No frost occurs in its natural range. In Australia, A. It appears to be tolerant of salt spray and soil salinity. It occurs on a variety of soil types, from calcareous beach sands, yellow earths derived from granite, red earths on basic volcanic rock to alluvial and colluvial soils derived from a variety of parent material.

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Branchlets scarcely angular. Phyllodia falcate-oblong, narrowed at both ends, 5 to 8 in. Spikes solitary or clustered, slender, not very dense, 1 in. Flowers mostly 5-merous. Calyx thin, sinuate-toothed, glabrous, about half as long as the corolla. Petals smooth but with the midrib prominent in the bud, united to the middle.

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