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Speciman of Callistachys lanceolata, photo taken near lake seppings in Albany Western Australia. By Hughesdarren (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.
Callistachys lanceolata Vent.
Oxylobium lanceolatum (Vent.) Druce
Fabaceae (Queensland, the ACT, Victoria, Tasmania and the Northern Territory)Fabaceae: subfamily - Faboideae (New South Wales)Leguminosae (South Australia)Papilionaceae (Western Australia)
green bush, greenbush, native willow, oxylobium, swamp willow, wonnich
Native to south-western Western Australia.
Naturalised in southern Victoria and south-eastern South Australia.
A native of Western Australia that has occasionally escaped from cultivation in south-eastern Australia. This shrub is regarded as an environmental weed in Victoria, where it has invaded heathlands and other bushland areas.
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