- n. The Australian wattle Acacia cambagei.
- n. scrubby Australian acacia having extremely foul-smelling blossoms
- From Aboriginal gijir. (Wiktionary)
“Brigalow vegetation is found to the east, and gidgee (A. cambagei) woodlands or shrublands are scattered across the region on alluvium or other more fertile clay soils.”
“Interdune areas may also include gidgee (Acacia geoginea) or coolibah woodlands on drainage lines.”
“Brigalow is replaced by gidgee (Acacia cambadgei) in drier areas, generally becoming dominant in the west of the region.”
“In the southeast of the region lateritic scarps and surfaces area associated with areas of gidgee and brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) woodlands separated by Mitchell grasses.”
“Large tracts of Mitchell Grass pasture grazed by sheep and cattle separate scattered Acacia woodlands, usually dominated by gidgee (Acacia cambagei).”
“The habitat types within these reserves range from eucalypt woodland, chenopod shrubland, bluebush, lancewood, gidgee, and grasslands to Acacia woodlands.”
“Although the region is not subject to intensive land use, there are serious concerns about high rates of land clearance in the Desert Uplands and gidgee communities in southeastern part of the Mitchell Grass Downs.”
“When Canadian Bill is firing with the sun-dried gidgee logs,”
“Eight months after the 25kg stone was found nestled under a gidgee tree on a Queensland property 70km south of Cunnamulla, it can finally rest in peace.”
“The 27. 6kg object was resting under a gidgee tree near Cunnamulla, 825km west of Brisbane last year, when it was discovered by disability pensioner Tom King.”
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