Racosperma mangium (Willd.) Pedley
Synonym                    : Acacia mangium Willd.
Family                        : Mimosoideae
Local Names              : Manjium, Hickory Wattle, Black Wattle

Flowering and fruiting period: July – February
Distribution: Australia
Habitat: Grown as avenue tree, also raised in plantations
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: No
Uses: The germinating seeds can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. Gums are sometimes taken internally in the treatment of diarrhoea and haemorrhoids. The tree is widely grown to provide pulp for the paper industry.
Key Characters: Trees, to 30 m high, bark pale grey-brown. Phyllode simple; petiole  stout, pulvinate; lamina elliptic-oblong, margin entire. Flowers bisexual, white, in loose axillary spikes; calyx gamosepalous; corolla gamopetalous, deeply lobed; stamens many; filaments free; ovary superior, puberulous. Fruit a pod, woody, twisting into spiral cluster.