Acacia longifolia subsp. sophorae (Labill.) Court
- Common Name: Coastal Wattle
- Family: Fabaceae Juss.
- Country of Origin: southeastern Australia - Queensland to Tasmania
- Habitat: Near-coastal forests, usually on sand dunes
- Description: Salt and drought tolerant shrub with yellow flowers in late winter; can withstand mild frost. Seeds are edible roasted, or used to make flour.
- Accession # 201000076
- Source: Cheri Collins - seeds from Tasmania
- Accession Date: 05-05-2010
- Bench: 2107 - MED:Western Australia B
- Currently: active - healthy
- Qty: 1 confirmed on 03-02-2023
- Division: Magnoliophyta
- Class: Magnoliopsida
- SubClass: eurosid I
- Order: Fabales
- Family: Fabaceae
- SubFamily: Mimosoideae
- Tribe: Acacieae
- Australian Native Plants Society
- The Plant List (2013). Version 1.1. Last accessed on Wednesday, January 04, 2017.
- Acacia longifolia subsp. sophorae at WikiSpecies. Last accessed on Wednesday, January 04, 2017.
- Acacia longifolia subsp. sophorae at Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Last accessed on Wednesday, January 04, 2017.
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