A.Cunn. ex G.Don, 1832
Acacia pendula (weeping myall) is a species of wattle, which is native to Australia. It is a tree, which grows up to 10 m in height, and is pendulous in form with grey-green narrow phyllodes which are about 10 cm in length.
Alternative common names include myall, true myall, boree, silver-leaf boree, balaar, and nilyah.
- Australian National Botanic Gardens: Acacia pendula
- Department of Environment and Climate Change Threatened Species - Weeping Myall population in the Hunter catchment - profile
- "Acacia pendula". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian Government.
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