Acacia longifolia subsp. sophorae
|Acacia longifolia var. sophorae|
General Plant Info
Widespread in coastal regions of eastern and southern Australia; naturalised in South Africa, eastern USA, southern Europe.
Differs from Acacia longifolia  in having wider, rounder phyllodes, more twisted pods, and a more prostrate habit. Common on coastal dunes.
Reported DMT, Bufotenine, Tryptamine, Cinnamoylhistamine, n-dec-3-enolylhistamine [D. Siebert; Entheogen Review].
Seeds eaten by indigenous Australians.
Tolerates windy conditions: