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Acacia maitlandii, also known as Maitland's Wattle, is a perennial
tree native to Australia. It has an open and spindly habit, with a
height between 0.7 - 3.0 metres. Flowers are yellow and occur
sometime between May and October. The favoured soil type is red
sand, or stony ground, the habitat is sandy or stony plains, and on
hills.The species was first described by Ferdinand von Mueller in
1863.The plant is named for an early European explorer of
Australia's Northwest, Maitland Brown, who collect the type
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