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WorldWideWattle Species Gallery is a database which provides access to descriptions (and illustrations), synonymy, typification, distribution and other information for taxa of Acacia sens. lat. taxa worldwide.

You can access information about individual taxa by either browsing the Species List below, or by using the Quick Search above. Use Advanced Search for more complex queries, or to generate such things as regional lists of taxa.

Species Gallery content editors are Bruce Maslin and Annette Wilson, and IT support and development is provided by Simon Woodman.

The WWW platform was formerly hosted through the Western Australian Herbarium, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, but is now an independent domain.

How to cite Species Gallery

Maslin B.R. & Wilson, A.J.G. (eds) (2022), WorldWideWattle Species Gallery, accessed on [insert date] <http://worldwidewattle.com/speciesgallery>.

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  • Acacia walkeri (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Acacia). AUSTRALIA [N]: Western Australia
  • Vachellia walwalensis. AFRICA [N]: Ethiopia, Somalia
  • Acacia wanyu (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Juliflorae). AUSTRALIA [N]: Western Australia
  • Acacia wardellii (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Acacia). AUSTRALIA [N]: Queensland
  • Acacia warramaba (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Plurinerves). AUSTRALIA [N]: Western Australia
  • Acacia wattsiana (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Acacia). AUSTRALIA [N]: South Australia
  • Acacia webbii (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Plurinerves). AUSTRALIA [N]: Queensland
  • Senegalia weberbaueri. SOUTH AMERICA [N]: Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru
  • Acacia websteri (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Juliflorae). AUSTRALIA [N]: Western Australia
  • Senegalia welwitschii. AFRICA [N]: Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Zimbabwe
  •     subsp. delagoensis. AFRICA [N]: Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Zimbabwe
  •     subsp. welwitschii. AFRICA [N]: Angola
  • Acacia wetarensis (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Juliflorae). SOUTHEAST ASIA [N]: East Timor (Atauro Island), Indonesia (Lesser Sunda Islands)
  • Acacia whibleyana (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Plurinerves). AUSTRALIA [N]: South Australia
  • Acacia whitei (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Juliflorae). AUSTRALIA [N]: Queensland
  • Acacia wickhamii (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Juliflorae). AUSTRALIA [N]: Northern Territory, Queensland, Western Australia
  •     subsp. cassitera (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Juliflorae). AUSTRALIA [N]: Queensland, Western Australia
  •     subsp. wickhamii (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Juliflorae). AUSTRALIA [N]: Northern Territory, Western Australia
  • Acacia wilcoxii (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Acacia). AUSTRALIA [N]: Western Australia
  • Acacia wilhelmiana (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Plurinerves). AUSTRALIA [N]: New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria
  • Acacia willdenowiana (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Alatae). AUSTRALIA [N]: Western Australia
  • Acacia williamsiana (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Juliflorae). AUSTRALIA [N]: New South Wales, Queensland
  • Acacia williamsonii (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Acacia). AUSTRALIA [N]: New South Wales, Victoria
  • Acacia willingii (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Juliflorae). AUSTRALIA [N]: Western Australia
  • Acacia wilsonii (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Plurinerves). AUSTRALIA [N]: Western Australia
  • Acacia wiseana (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Acacia). AUSTRALIA [N]: Northern Territory, Western Australia
  • Acacia wollarensis (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Botrycephalae). AUSTRALIA [N]: New South Wales
  • Acacia woodmaniorum (Subgenus Phyllodineae section Alatae). AUSTRALIA [N]: Western Australia
  • Senegalia wrightii. CENTRAL AMERICA [N]: Mexico. NORTH AMERICA [N] (Arizona, Texas)

[N - Native, Or - Ornamental, C - Cultivated, I - Introduced, Nl - Naturalised, U - Uncertain, D - Doubtful]

Page last updated: Sunday 12 September 2021