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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Acacia macracanthoides Bertero ex DC. Plant reproductive ecology of a secondary deciduous tropical forest in Venezuela.
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.
It has escaped from cultivation and can macdacantha found naturalized in disturbed sites, coastal areas and drylands, where it often grows as a weed forming dense thickets. American Journal of Botany, 89 5 Plants of the Eastern Caribbean. The native distribution range of V.
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Invasive plant species of the world: Dicots 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.
Streptophyceae above family [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ]. Cellular life above family [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this scacia ].
Taxonomy Details: Acacia macracantha
Acta Entomologica Chilena, 29 1 Term Type is the rank “kingdom” for classification terms, in which role it may be NULL, and the label for classification metadata “author text”. The controversy over the retypification of Acacia Mill.
Inter-American Biodiversity Information Network. Data from source Arctos Plants [ Classifications ] [ Top ] last update: No genetic differentiation has been detected between these species Casiva et al.
American Journal of Botany, 91 1 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 82 1 Risk of Introduction Top of page The risk of new introductions and invasion by this species appears to be high, mostly in areas where domestic livestock particularly cattle is present and can disperse seeds.
Systematic Botany, 25 4 Nannotrigona testaceicorniswasps Chalcidae: Also, leaf and leaflet size vary extensively Isely, ; Seigler and Ebinger, ; ; Maccracantha et al. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser.
International Common Names English: National Germplasm Resources Laboratory. Smithsonian Contributions to BotanyNo.
In this new classification, the genus was split into five separate genera and now the generic name Acacia is reserved for those species native to Australia about specieswhile the African, Asian and American species are now grouped into the genera VachelliaSenegaliaAcaciella and Mariosousa Orchard and Maslin, ; Maslin,Thiele et al. Data Providers Report a bug or request support View in mobile site.
Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden25 1. Plantae kingdom [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Tracheophyta phylum [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this acaica ] Magnoliopsida class [ more like this term ] [ including rank ] [ from this source ] Fabales order [ more like this macracanntha ] [ including rank ] [ jacracantha this source ] Fabaceae family [ more like this term ] [ aacia 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 GBIF Backbone Taxonomy [ Classifications ] [ Top ] last update: Missouri Botanical Garden, Rosanae superorder [ 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. In Mexico, its leaves and thorns are used in traditional medicine Seigler and Ebinger, ; Missouri Botanical Garden,