Menzel’s wattle is listed as nationally vulnerable – approximately 11,000 individual plants remaining in the Murraylands and Riverland region.
Found in woodland and mallee habitats. In woodland habitats, the overstorey is dominated by:
In mallee habitats, the overstorey is dominated by:
There is commonly a midstorey shrub layer in these communities dominated by acacia species. The undergrowth is dominated by grasses, sedges and small shrubs.
Endemic to South Australia. Within the Murraylands and Riverland region populations are known to occur in Murray Bridge, Monarto and Rockleigh.
Please be aware of native plants and help preserve them by: