Locality: NEW ZEALAND AK, Auckland Central, 48-52 Mayoral Drive (Mayoral Drive margin of Aotea Centre grounds).
Habitat: Cultivated tree, visible (light green) on Street View - Apr 2014. I have uploaded a screen shot, in case the url changes, but note that the screen shot shows the tree in Apr 2014. Part of an extensive planting of phyllodinous Acacia, presumably all Acacia longifolia. All are flowering, and, clearly, none are either Acacia floribunda or Acacia melanoxylon.
Identification: Acacia longifolia (Andrews) Willd., 1806.
Abundantly naturalised within saltmarsh and adjacent dunefield and river flats.
Throughout dunes near Karaka Stream, and on banks.
Invasive species in Portugal. Within the Northern Littoral Natural Park, a (mostly marine) protected area in Northern Portugal.
Acacia longifolia is a species of Acacia native to southeastern Australia, from the extreme southeast of Queensland, eastern New South Wales, eastern and southern Victoria, and southeastern South Australia. Common names for it include Long-leaved wattle, Acacia Trinervis, Aroma Doble, Golden Wattle, Coast Wattle, Sallow Wattle and Sydney Golden Wattle. It is not listed as being a threatened species, and is considered invasive in Portugal and South Africa. It is a tree that grows very quickly...