Vachellia nilotica subsp. tomentosa (Benth.) Kyal. & Boatwr., Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 172:515. 2013 (syn: (≡) Acacia arabica var. tomentosa Benth. (basionym); (≡) Acacia nilotica subsp. tomentosa (Benth.) Brenan)) as per GRIN;
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a-KAY-see-uh or uh-KAY-shuh — from the Greek akis, meaning point, barb, thorny, spiny
ny-LOH-tee-kuh — of or from the valley of the Nile River
toh-men-TOH-suh — covered with fine, matted hairs
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commonly known as (assuming all names of A. nilotica): black piquant, black babul, gum arabic, Egyptian mimosa, Egyptian thorn, prickly acacia, Nile acacia, scented thorn, scented-pod acacia, tomentose babool • Bengali: বাবলা babala • Gujarati: બાવળ baval, બાવળિયો bavaliyo • Hindi: बबूल babool, कीकर kikar • Kannada: ಗೊಬ್ಳಿ ಮರ gobli mara, ಕರಿಜಾಲಿ karijaali • Konkani: बाबुळ babul • Malayalam: കരിവേലം karivelam • Marathi: बाभूळ babhul, बाभळी babhali, बाभळ babhal, देवबाभळ devababhal, पुळाटी pulati, रामबाभळ ramababhal, रामकांटी ramakanti • Rajasthan: banvalia • Sanskrit: बब्बु babbul, बब्बूलः babbulaha, पङ्क्तिः panktiha, सोमवृक्ष somavriksha, तीक्ष्ण कण्टक tikshna kantaka, वर्वू varvu, वर्वुरः varvrurha, युग्मकण्ट yugmakanta • Tamil: கறுவேளை karuvelai • Telugu: నల్లతుమ్మ nalla tumma;
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Differences between different subspecies of Acacia nilotica (Lucidcentral)- Does not show distribution in India.
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Africa: Chad (N); Djibouti (N) ; Ethiopia (N) ; Ghana (N); Mali (N) ; Nigeria (N); Senegal (N); Sudan (N); Asia : India (N): Punjab ; Rajasthan as per ILDIS;
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Acacia nilotica ssp. tomentosa / Prickly acaciafrm Rajgadh
Dated-June 2010.

Bird is a Baya’s Weaver, breeding male.


As per these, subspecies tomentosa is not there in India. Is it true ?


Vachellia nilotica subsp. tomentosa


Thanks, …, But it does not have any distribution in India as per Differences between different subspecies of Acacia nilotica (FAO)


FoI POWO CoL.



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: Acacia nilotica (L.) Delile subsp. tomentosa (Benth.) Brenan
a-KAY-see-uh or uh-KAY-shuh — from the Greek akis, meaning point, barb, thorny, spiny
ny-LOH-tee-kuh — of or from the valley of the Nile River
toh-men-TOH-suh — covered with fine, matted hairs
Dec 25, 2007 … at Vaghbil, Thane, Maharashtra
commonly known as (assuming all names of A. nilotica): black piquant, black babul, gum arabic, Egyptian mimosa, Egyptian thorn, prickly acacia, Nile acacia, scented thorn, scented-pod acacia, tomentose babool • Bengali: বাবলা babala • Gujarati: બાવળ baval, બાવળિયો bavaliyo • Hindi: बबूल babool, कीकर kikar • Kannada: ಗೊಬ್ಳಿ ಮರ gobli mara, ಕರಿಜಾಲಿ karijaali • Konkani: बाबुळ babul • Malayalam: കരിവേലം karivelam • Marathi: बाभूळ babhul, बाभळी babhali, बाभळ babhal, देवबाभळ devababhal, पुळाटी pulati, रामबाभळ ramababhal, रामकांटी ramakanti • Rajasthan: banvalia • Sanskrit: बब्बु babbul, बब्बूलः babbulaha, पङ्क्तिः panktiha, सोमवृक्ष somavriksha, तीक्ष्ण कण्टक tikshna kantaka, वर्वू varvu, वर्वुरः varvrurha, युग्मकण्ट yugmakanta • Tamil: கறுவேளை karuvelai • Telugu: నల్లతుమ్మ nalla tumma
Native to: tropical Africa, India
References: Flowers of IndiaNPGS / GRINFAO
more views: Jun 9, 2007 … at Vaghbil, Thane, Maharashtra
Dec 25, 2007 … at Vaghbil, Thane, Maharashtra

Jan 25, 2009 … at Zirad near Alibag, Maharashtra


Complete Set depicting all features!!!!!!!!!!!


As per these, subspecies tomentosa is not there in India. Is it true ?


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sir can I get botanical name ? – देवबबुल in Marathi

देवबाभळ
Acacia nilotica
subsp. tomentosa


देवबबुल is not Marathi … I wonder whether all names listed are Marathi at all.


 


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