Acacia elata A. Cunn. ex Benth.,  London J. Bot. 1:383. 1842 (Syn: (=) Acacia terminalis auct. pl.; (≡) Racosperma elatum (A. Cunn. ex Benth.) Pedley);

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Albizia ? tree SN 15March 17 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4).

Albizia ? an introduced australian tree, from the estates of Kodaikanal


I think this is the wattle I have posted earlier in our group. Check here. Should be Acacia dealbata or A.mearnsi. I would also like to know the id.


Try Acacia elata which has large leaflets.


Thank you very much …, you are correct. my image is matching with it.


 

 

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Acacia-wattle for identification 050813MK02 : Attachments (4). 7 posts by 4 authors.

Please help me in identifying this exotic Wattle found in the Nilgiris landscape. The tree is tall up to 7 metres; found along the roadside.
Leaflet: 5 cm long
Date: 20 June 2013
Place: Kothagiri, Nilgiris, TN

Alt.: 1900 m asl


Acacia dealbata (Silver wattle)


Well, this is Acacia elata, introduced from Australia and now naturalized on the Nilgiri and Palni hills.  


 

  
 

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