Acacia eburnea

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Acacia eburnea - Large or small bush or treelet, up to 3 m tall. Thorns 5-10 mm long, broadly conical, white. Leaves up to 3 cm long, usually glabrous; petiolar part with a large oval gland; pinnae 2-8 pairs, opposite, 5-10 mm long; leaflets sessile, glabrous, 5-8 pairs. Flowers in globose heads, 5-10 mm diameter, dark yellow, sessile, smell disaggreeble. Pod straight or falcate, 3-10 cm long, 5-8 mm wide; seeds 5-9, smooth, grey, flat.

Scientific Name Acacia eburnea
Family Name FABACEAE
English Name
Local Name Gini andara (ගිනි අන්දර)
Sanskrit Name
Conservation Status LC (NCS)-2012
Status Native
Edible Parts None

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