Wattles are widespread throughout Australia and is better known as acacia outside of Australia. The Granite Belt district in southern Queensland has a remarkable and varied flora and is home to many species at the edge of their range. This book identifies the wattles found in the Granite Belt and the surrounding area and includes:
- Comprehensive information about 60 wattles found in the area;
- Species descriptions including distribution, habitat and habit as well as detailed descriptions of branchlets, fleaves, flowers and pods
- Line drawings details the intricacies of the described species;
- Colour photographs of every described species;
- An easy system for field identification employing easy to use keys.