Vachellia eburnea (L. f.) P.J.H. Hurter & Mabb., Pl.-Book (ed. 3) 1021 2008. (syn: Acacia eburnea (L. f.) Willd.; Mimosa eburnea L. f.);
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Mimosaceae week -images of Acacia eburnea : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
attaching images of Acacia eburnea from Nashik

Thanks, … I think we don’t have this species so far in efi.

Thank you …, The images are excellent.  Please note that the current accepted name of the species is Vachellia eburnea (L. f.) P.J.H. Hurter & Mabb.


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I request the members to identify the following Acasia eburnean?


Yes. Good images of Vachellia eburnea. What is the locality and habitat? 


Thanks …, this spiny shrub is from thorny shrub forest area, Telangana


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Acacia shrub SN13421: 2 high resolution images.
Wild acacia from Ballarpur area of Maharashtra


I could not find a match as per comparative images at Acacia


Prosopis ? But could not find a match.


Any pic or information about inflorescense, color of flower etc. Can check with two species of Prosipis (P. alba and P. palida) in addition to P. Juliflora. But definitely it’s not P. cineraria. India has 14 native species of Acacia now have new name Vachellia for Indian or African origin.


Both species mentioned are not reported from India as per POWO 1 and POWO 2 and also look different.
Leaves look different from images at Prosopis juliflora
One more species i.e. Prosopis farcta is reported in FoPI, but looks different as per Feedipedia


It is matching with Acacia eburnea


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