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Acacia saligna (Labill.) H.L. Wendl.
Determiner: Jon P. Rebman (7/1/2012)
Rebman, Jon P.; W. Schmidtmann, G. Kenney, K. Mabb 22195
Verbatim Date: 06/13/2011
United States, California, San Diego, Camp Pendleton: southwestern portion of Base north of the Santa Margarita River mouth; Training Area Victor, north of the LCAC facility and just west of the rest area on south-bound I-5; on a coastal mesa
33.27° N; 117.44° W
Coastal Sage Scrub with Baccharis pilularis, Baccharis salicifolia, Salix lasiolepis, Encelia farinosa, Malosma laurina, Rumex crispus, and Acacia saligna. Note: some of these species were likely seeded and are now naturalizing
In flower and fruit.
Shrub to 3 m tall, flowers yellow; uncommon and definitely naturalizing quickly, about 30 plants seen in area
Record ID: 595097af-245f-47f2-9f22-42fbed74b14b