|Common Name(s)||Burrow's Wattle|
|Family||Fabaceae, Subfamily Mimosoideae|
"Single-stemmed tree to 13 m high. Bark ribbony, grey." (WorldWideWattle ver. 2)
Inflorecences, golden-yellow spikes to 30mm long.
We have not collected large volumes of this species however it appears to be a good option for rehabilitation. The seed size being smallish causes harvesting rates to be a little lower.
Acacia burrowii was named after R.J.G Burrow (1877- 1957), a senior officer of the NSW Forestry Commission.
"Occurs on the North Western Plains of N.S.W. from Cobar-Nyngan area N to Yetman (including the Pilliga Scrub), and in south-eastern Qld from Goodiwindi-Moonie area N to Eidsvold, W of 151E."(WorldWideWattle ver. 2)
WorldWideWattle ver. 2. Published on the internet at: www.worldwidewattle.com [Accessed June 26, 2019]
Add citation here for claim of etymology which can be primary referenced through National Library ie Hall, N. & Johnson, L.A.S. (1993). The Names of Acacias of New South Wales ...