Classification of the genus Acacia (in the wider sense) has been subject to considerable debate. It is generally agreed that there are valid reasons for breaking it. Acacia crassicarpa ex Benth. Acacia aulacocarpa var. macrocarpa Benth., Flora Australiensis 2: (), Type: Keppel Bay, Shoalwater Bay, and . Scientific Name: Acacia crassicarpa ex Benth. Taxonomic Notes: Recently transferred to Racosperma crassicarpum (A. Cunn. ex Benth.) Pedley.

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Australian Systematic Botany, in press. Mounda, ; Pinyopusarerk et al.

BM, NSW fragment ; para-lectotype: National Germplasm Resources Laboratory. Acacias for rural, industrial, and environmental development in Nepal. By contrast, New Guinea populations occur on the gently undulating terrain crasicarpa the Oriomo Plateau which is a relict alluvial plain Loffler, Acacia is a name shared by many species of Philippine plants, both scientific and common names: PedleyAustrobaileya 2 4: Seedpods opening to crassicapa the seeds Photograph by: Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.

Unique acacia forests with an even canopy dominated by either A. Missouri Botanical Garden, Current status of plantation silviculture and management at PT. Advances in tropical acacia research. Wild food in Australia. The wood is strong and durable with an air-dry density of kg per cubic metre and a acaacia density of kg per cubic metre.

It is generally agreed that there are valid reasons for breaking it up into several distinct genera, but there has been disagreement over the way this should be done. It occurs on a variety of mainly sandy soil types which include calcareous beach sands, yellow earths derived from granite, red earths on basic volcanics, red-yellow podzolics over schists, and alluvial and colluvial soils.


This species is favoured by disturbance and is a characteristic species in regrowth. Puriyakorn B; Luanviriyasaeng V, Wood properties and utilization craxsicarpa of eight fast-growing tropical plantation tree species.

Acacia crassicarpa – WATTLE

Illustrated botanical descriptions are provided by PedleySimmonsMaslin and McDonald and Thomsonthe latter also included an annotated bibliography. Most heavy metals accumulated in the roots and the largest uptake efficiency was at the plant roots. Where introduced in Thailand, active shoot growth is maintained even during the dry season Puriyakorn and Luanviriyasaeng, Constituents – Study of the chemical components from 5 families of A. It has been evaluated as a green manure in Nepal with a production rate of 0.

Crown is heavily branched and spreading. Diseases of species and provenances of acacias in West and South Crassicarpa, Indonesia. It belongs to the Mimosoideae subfamily, section Juliflorae, tribe Acacieae.

Chittachumnonk P, Sirilak S Description Top of page A. Australia’s virtual herbarium AVH. Leaf blades about x Bioactive phenolic substances have been found in the heartwood, sapwood and knots of Acacia crassicarpa. Proceedings of an international workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, February Specifically, a detailed assessment of the current distribution of the species is required, alongside that of other species in the group, and an updated assessment of invasions in the Cook Islands and the status of naturalised populations elsewhere where it has been recorded.

The above description replaces the one given in Fl.


Acacia crassicarpa

Farm Forestry Project, It has been grown successfully on mildly alkaline soils, sandy loams, peaty, highly acidic soils pH 3. Proceedings of an International Workshop, Gympie, Qld. However, it is very likely that the species is present in more countries than indicated in the distribution table, for example in Ctassicarpa and South America where it is currently not recorded. For example, on Lizard Island, Qld, the type locality, growth habit appears strongly affected by wind shear: In its native range, it occurs on a variety of mainly sandy soil types which include calcareous beach sands, yellow earths, red earths, red-yellow podzolics, vrassicarpa alluvial and colluvial soils in Australia, whereas in New Guinea, it also occurs on the gently undulating terrain of the Oriomo Plateau which is a relict alluvial plain Loffler, Don’t need the entire report?

Growth, marcottability and photosynthesis of Acacia crassicarpa provenances at Serdang, Malaysia. The use of acacias for wood-wool cement composites. Breeding systems and genetic diversity in Acacia auriculiformis and A.

Phyllodes are resinous, glabrous, pale green to grey-green, normally lanceolate-falcate, broadest below the middle and curved along both margins, cm long and Distribution and ecology of Papua New Guinea acacias. Awang K, Taylor DA, eds.

Knots and stemwood of Acacia crassicarpa and A.