A. fumosa is a rarer species found only in poorly drained or seasonally wet locations.
It is found on white sand in seasonally wet areas.
This is a woodland that occurs on poorly drained or seasonally wet soils.
It is only found in these seasonally wet areas, a type of habitat which is endangered.
It grows up to 15 metres tall, occurring chiefly in areas that are seasonally wet.
Its typical habitat is herbfields that are seasonally wet.
The habitat of the species is sandplains and stony hillsides that are seasonally wet.
Found commonly from between the coast to the hills, it's usually located in open shrubland, seasonally wet places or around the edges of wetlands.
It grows in seasonally wet habitat such as mountain meadows and vernal pools.
It is a plant of seasonally wet habitat and population numbers vary from year to year.