ACACIA MACRACANTHA PDF

Acacia macracantha Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd. Search in The Plant List Search in IPNI Search in Australian Plant Name Index Search in NYBG Virtual Herbarium. Acacia macracantha is a species of plants with 0 observations. Image of Acacia macracantha. Acacia macracantha Trusted. Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike (CC BY-NC-SA © Smithsonian.

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Southwestern Naturalist, 37 4 Plantae kingdom [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Magnoliophyta phylum [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Magnoliopsida class [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Fabales order [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Fabaceae family [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Acacia genus [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Acacia macracantha species [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Data from source The International Plant Names Index [ Classifications ] [ Top ] last update: Common Names are vernacular term associated with taxon names, and are not necessarily English, correct, or common.

Taxon, 54 2 Distribution Top of page The native distribution range of V.

Acacia macracantha

Also, leaf and leaflet size vary extensively Isely, ; Seigler and Ebinger, ; ; Ebinger et al. Spermatophytina subdivision [ more like this term acadia [ including rank ] [ from this source ].

Mansfeld’s Encyclopedia of agricultural and horticultural acxcia except ornamentalsBerlin, Germany: American Journal of Botany, 89 5 Acacia macracantha [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ acacla this source ]. Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, Risk and Impact Factors Top of page Invasiveness Proved invasive outside its native range Abundant in its native range Highly adaptable to different environments Is a habitat generalist Tolerates, or benefits from, cultivation, browsing pressure, mutilation, fire etc Pioneering in disturbed areas Benefits from human association i.

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Revista Brasileira de Entomologia, 53 2 As many other species within the Fabaceae, V.

Acacia macracanthoides Bertero ex DC. Vachellia genus [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ].

New combinations in the genus Vachellia Fabaceae: Cellular life above family [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ]. Collaborative Collection Management Solution.

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Acacia macracantha Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.

Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. School of Plant Accaia, University of Reading. Acacia species sensu lato naturally occur in Australia, Asia, Africa and the Americas. Systematic Botany, 25 4 Small tree, the branchlets armed with small to large, solid, paired stipular spines, in youth pubescent to subglabrous, later subglabrous and prominently lenticellate.

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Seed predation and dispersal by peccaries throughout the neotropics and its consequences: Plant reproductive ecology of a secondary deciduous tropical forest in Venezuela. Plantae kingdom [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Tracheophyta phylum [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Magnoliopsida class [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Fabales order [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Fabaceae family [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Vachellia genus [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Vachellia macracantha species [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Data from source GRIN Taxonomy for Plants [ Classifications ] [ Top ] last update: Charales above family [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ].

In South America, it is often used as an auxiliary plant in timber plantations Hanelt, International Common Names English: Streptophyceae above family [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ].

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Viridaeplantae above family [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ]. Fabales above family [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ]. A new genus and species of Gracillariidae Lepidoptera feeding on flowers of Acacia macracantha Willd.

Acacia genus [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ]. Inflorescence of axillary, pedunculate heads, solitary or few-fasciculate; peduncles about 1 cm long; head orbicular, dense, less than 1 cm in diameter; floral bracts linear- spatulate, about 1 mm long.

Habitat Top of page V. No genetic differentiation has been detected between these species Casiva et al. Rosanae superorder [ more like macracantah term ] macravantha including rank ] [ from this source ]. acaciw

Tropicos | Name – !!Acacia macracantha Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.

Mating system and population structure of Acacia aroma and A. A global compendium of weeds, Ed. Petiole about 1 cm long, pubescent, canaliculate above, bearing a longitudinally extended, crateriform gland slightly above the middle; rachis similar, gland-bearing only at terminal 1 to few rachial nodes; pinnae cm long; leaflets linear or linear-oblong, mostly about 3 mm long and scarcely 1 mm wide, rounded or obtuse apically, obliquely rounded to subtruncate basally, glabrous or lightly pubescent, only the costa prominent; stipules modified as spines.

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