Black-wattle



a tree, Acacia mearnsii, native to Australia and Tasmania, having bark used in tanning.
Historical Examples

The Bushman Edward Wilson Landor

noun
a small Australian acacia tree, A. mearnsii, with yellow flowers
a tall Australian shrub, Callicoma serratifolia

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