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Details for: Acacia saligna

Source: ILDIS World Database of Legumes 2010. (copyright © ILDIS).

Name: Acacia saligna (Labill.) H. L. Wendl.
Nomencl. ref.: Comm. Acac. Aphyll.: 4, 26. 1820
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Fabales Bromhead
                              Familia - Fabaceae Lindl.
                                   Tribus - Acacieae
                                        Genus - Acacia Mill.
Basionym: Mimosa saligna Labill.
Homotypic synonyms: Mimosa saligna Labill.
Synonyms: Acacia bracteata Maiden & Blakeley
Acacia cyanophylla Lindl.
Acacia lindleyi Meissner
Racosperma salignum (Labill.) Pedley
Comments: In South Africa it is a major environmental weed., Native to SW Western Australia; naturalised in South Australia, Queensland,, New South Wales, Victoria & Tasmania., Only native in Western Australia, Ornamental, TROPICOS specimen, Bolivia - 00084396, TROPICOS specimen, California - Specimen ID 00079502, TROPICOS specimen, Chile - 00072336, Widely cultivated.
Common names: acacia de hoja azul (Spanish, Castillian), Golden Wreath Wattle (English), Port Jackson Willow (English), Western Australian Golden Watt ()[Credits]
Conservation Status: Not Threatened
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: [Co Cy Ga(F) Gr Hs(S) Ir It Jo Lu Sa Si(S)]
Use: Chemical products, Domestic, Environmental, Forage, Weed, Wood

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