Acacia auriculiformis MIMOSACEAE

Sample information

Sample ID129-1-184
Speciesauriculiformis
GenusAcacia
FamilyMIMOSACEAE
Common namenorthern black wattle
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Morphology

Pollen / Sporepollen
Surface patternverrucate
Equatorial sizemin 38.3, mean 41.6, max 43.1
Equatorial shapecircular
Grain arrangementdicot
Wall thickness1.56
Wall evennesseven
Dispersal formpolyads
Morphology notes12-celled, individual grains 12.50um (11.33 - 13.98). Wall thickness (1.41 - 1.80)

Ecology and Geography

Plant typeangiosperm
Floristic region(s)Australia (tropical)
Vegetation communitieswoodland
Ecology notesBoland, D. J., Brooker, M. I. H., Chippendale, G. M., Hall, N., Hyland, B. P. M., Johnston, R. D., Kleinig, D. A. and Turner, J. D. (1994) Forest Trees of Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Victoria.
Habitat notesLarge shrub to tree. Lowland sites, common along water courses, fringing sand dunes or behind mangrove swamps. With distance inland, typically retricted to drainage lines. Native to northern Australia but established in plantations in India, Mayaysia and Indonesia (Boland et. al., 2002)

Collection

CollectorFay Johnston & David Bowman
InstitutionCharles Darwin University
ANU access code17152
Collection methodfloral reference
Herbarium sample?False
Collection siteCasuarina Coastal Reserve, Darwin, Northern Territory
Collection countryAustralia
Collection date2004-05-15
Collection notesPhotographed

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