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Acacia peuce

Acacia peuce

''Acacia peuce'', commonly known as waddy, waddi, or waddy-wood, is a tree species that is endemic to central Australia. It grows up to 15–17 metres high, with short horizontal branches and needle-like phyllodes adapted for the arid dry climate.
waddi trees An Outback icon are the waddi trees, unique to SW Queensland.
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Distribution

Although speculated to have been widespread across central Australia during wetter climates 400,000 years ago, the population is now mostly restricted to three sites, separated by the encroaching Simpson Desert. In the Northern Territory, the species is restricted to the Mac Clark Conservation Reserve. The other two sites are near Boulia and Birdsville in Queensland.

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Status: Vulnerable
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Taxonomy
KingdomPlantae
DivisionAngiosperms
ClassEudicots
OrderFabales
FamilyFabaceae
GenusAcacia
SpeciesA. peuce