Desmanthus virgatus (L.) Willd. (Syn: Acacia angustisiliqua (Lam.) Desf.; Acacia virgata (L.) Gaertn.; Acuan depressum (Willd.) Kuntze; Acuan texanum Britton & Rose; Acuan tracyi Britton & Rose; Acuan virgatum (L.) Medik.; Desmanthus depressus Willd.; Desmanthus leptophyllus DC.; Desmanthus pernambucensis (L.) Thell.; Desmanthus pratorum Macfad.; Desmanthus strictus DC.; Desmanthus tenellus DC.; Desmanthus virgatus var. depressus (Willd.) B.L.Turner; Mimosa angustisiliqua Lam.; Mimosa depressa (Willd.) Poir.; Mimosa pernambucensis L.; Mimosa virgata Bartram);
Wild bushes for ID : Nasik : 280412 : AK-3: Wild bushes seen at a Grape farm along the fence in Nasik.
It was very close to the banks of Godavari river.
Small white flowers seen.
Pictures taken on the 3rd of April,12.
Again some Acacia species?
Desmanthus virgatus, an exotic fodder plant from Mimosaceae.
efloraindia: 150911 BRS 20: Pl. find the attached file contain phot for identification.
Location: Coimbatore Codisia Road (Near Air Port)
Flowering as well as seed was bearing noticed.
You need to mention the sizes of flowers and leaves …; also I wonder how did you taken this picture on the forthcoming November 🙂
I think this Tropical American shrub is now established throughout TN.
Mimosaceae for Id : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6).
15th June Bangalore
Thank you … Can you please provide me with the specific points used in its identification
Identification of this Acacia/ Senagalia requested : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)
please help me in identification of this plant
This is a Acacia/ shrub, found on the road side in an abandoned canal, with minute prickles; leaflets very narrow, with a gland between the first pair of pinnae, heads axillary, white, stamens 5-10, anthers greenish; pods narrow, 4-6mm wide, 8-10 cm long, straight.
It is Desmanthus pernambucanus (L.)Thell. of Mimosaceae/ Fabaceae; It is an exotic species from Australia; a new addition
Thanks, …, We have only observations of Desmanthus virgatus so far.
Pl. check & verify.
Thank you …, It looks like Desmanthus virgatus, with some variation.