Description The Waddy Wood is a tree that grows to 15 m tall. It has a growth habit similar to a Casuarina. Young trees look like conifers in shape. The dull green phyllodes are long and thin with a sharp tip, growing 8 cm to 40 cm long and about 1 mm wide. Pale-yellow flowers are produced in autumn and spring usually after heavy rain. The flower heads are globular. The seed pods are oblong and flat with a papery texture, growing to about 20 cm long and 3 cm to 5 cm wide.
Habitat arid plains
Distribution Waddy Wood is found in arid central Australia, with populations in south West Queensland and southern Northern Territory