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Plant Identification: Yellow Flowering Pea Shrub

Walker

John McDouall Stuart
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Hello All,

can anyone identify this plant please - it is shrubby in nature, about 1.7m height, but is several metres in circumference - dense and seems to form a thicket. I can't access the base, so don't know if it's one plant or a number of seedlings/shoots that have grown over time.

Thanks (or no thanks :linguino:) in advance.



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remington

Russell Coight
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It looks like Wynn Cassia which is an introduced legume for beef cattle grazing. It is certainly one of the introduced legumes.
 
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