ACACIA EHRENBERGIANA PDF

Acacia ehrenbergiana Hayne is an accepted name. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Acacia (family Leguminosae). The record derives . Acacia ehrenbergiana (sallam) in Flora of Qatar, with photos of the plant in its habitat. Acacia ehrenbergiana Hayne. Published in: Getreue Darstell. Gew. t. source: Catalogue of Life. Least Concern IUCN Synonym of Vachellia.

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Library – Acacia ehrenbergiana x – 30k – jpg faculty. Qatar, February 28, Unnamed Road, Qatar. It ehrenbdrgiana a very drought-tolerant species and can survive in areas with a rainfall range of between 50 and millimetres 2.

There are 13 citations in Afrirefs related to Acacia ehrenbergiana Hayne. Acacia ehrenbergiana Conservation status. Click on “show more” to view them. Citation in news articles. Retrieved from ” https: Showing 0 erenbergiana 0 comments.

Qatar, February 19, Retrieved 26 December Acacia ehrenbergiana is a species of drought-resistant bush or small tree found in the Sahara, northern Sahel, East Africa and Arabia.

This page was last edited on 12 Septemberat There are book citations related to Acacia ehrenbergiana Hayne. Acacia ehrenbergiana and Lycium in a wadi in Harrarah Al Kharrarah. Acacia ehrenbergiana Aluka – Acacia ehrenbergiana Hayne Acacia ehrenbergiana is ehrebnergiana species of drought-resistant bush or small tree found in the Sahara, northern Sahel, East Africa and Arabia.

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Acacia ehrenbergiana – Flora of Qatar

In other projects Wikispecies. Views Read Edit View history. Volume 5, Families S—Z, Addenda. CS1 French-language sources fr Articles with ‘species’ microformats. There are citation in scholarly articles related to Acacia ehrenbergiana Hayne. Nevertheless, it is important that it is not over-exploited because of its importance to indigenous people. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Yellow flower on a Acacia ehrenbergiana?

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Acacia ehrenbergiana Hayne

Citation in scholarly articles. Yellow flowers of Acacia ehrenbergiana on a periphery of Green Circles center-pivot irrigation in Irkhaya Irkaya Farms. It is commonly known as salam in Arabic. Acacia ehrenbergiana is native to the central and southern Sahara and the northern part of the Sahel but is uncommon in the western Sahara.

It is much branched, the trunk has dark brown, shaggy bark and the branches are green or brown with shiny, peeling bark. There are 4 Wikipedia citations related to Acacia ehrenbergiana Hayne Click on “show more” to view them.

Silene villosa x – 71k – jpg www. It also occurs in East Africa and Arabia. Growing in the leaf axils are paired white thorns which are up to 6 centimetres 2. Citation in web searches. Acacia ehrenbergiana Acacia ehrenbergiana, Edit Menu x – 48k – jpg faculty. Thorn Acacia Acacia ehrenbergiana, local name Salam near road to Trainah.

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Qatar, April 22, Unnamed Road, Qatar. The useful plants of West Tropical Africa. QNHG Qatar Natural History Group and associated people, for a acaacia to participate in their field excursions and to learn about local nature. Acacia ehrenbergiana Acacia ehrenbergiana x – 29k – jpg futurepharmacist.

The seeds pods are flattened and curved with constrictions between the seeds. Acacia ehrenbergiana Hayne [2].

Thorn Acacia Acacia ehrenbergiana, local name Salam trimmed by grazing camels in desert near Cave of Brightness in south central area. Acacia ehrenbergiana Acacia ehrenbergiana x – 14k – jpg www. Acacia ehrenbergiana For further information, please Acacia ehrenbergiana acacia ehrenbergiana Thorn acacia Acacia ehrenbergiana with dry fruits on windblown sand on roadside of Salwa Road in area of Khashem Al Nekhsh. Volume 3, Families J—L.

It is commonly known as salamor as tamat in the Tuareg language.