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Key to the legume familiesand genera occurring in Queensland
Pods of Alysicarpus species
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10mm long 2m tall 4mm wide 5mm long Acacia anthers axillary raceme base of calyx bipinnate bracteoles broadest broadly angled brown when ripe Corolla covered with adpressed covered with minute covered with short covered with spreading dark brown deciduous bracts densely hairy Distribution dorsal sepals joined erect filaments joined flattened Flowers borne singly glands grazing significance herbaceous indented Indonesia Inflorescence an axillary keel Leaflets Leaves pinnate legume length less long as wide long from base long including lower surface margins curving mid-point minutely hairy narrow Nodulates Notes pedicel peduncle perennial Petals Petiole Phyllodes pink pinnate plump Pods prominent prostrate purple Queensland rachis reddish References sandy soils seeds Self-pollinating sepals otherwise joined shrub significance as fodder slightly sparsely covered sparsely hairy species spreading hairs stalk Stamens Standard yellow Stems densely covered Stems hairless Stipules Style hairless teeth three leaflets triangular upper surface usually veins Woody shrub Young stems