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|trunk of Acacia elata, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia|
|Cross-section of Acacia elata log|
| Acacia elata|
Acacia elata the Cedar Wattle or Mountain Cedar Wattle is a tree found in eastern Australia. Often up to 18 metres tall when mature, exceptional specimens reach over 30 metres. The habitat is near rainforest and wet sclerophyll forest in various situations. An attractive plant with delicate foliage, it is sometimes seen in cultivation. Its timber is attractive, close-grained, strong and hard, and is suitable for carpentry and turning.
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