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Classification. This species contains 2 infraspecific taxa ( subsp. insuavis, subsp. pennata)

SYNONYMY

Mimosa pennata L. (1753) [Basionym]
Acacia pennata (L.) Willd. (1806) [Homotypic synonym]
Acacia pennata var. pennata (1842) [Autonym]
Acacia pinnata Dalzell & A.Gibson (1861) [Orthographic variant]
Acacia pennata var. heyneana Benth. (1842) [Heterotypic synonym]
Acacia canescens Graham (1831-32) [Nom. nudum]
Acacia pennata var. canescens Graham ex Kurz ("1876" publ. 1877) [Heterotypic synonym]
Acacia pennata var. canescens Graham ex Baker (1878) [nom. illeg. (homonym)]
Acacia canescens Graham ex Gamble (1919) [nom. illeg. (homonym)]
Acacia canescens Graham ex Gamble var. canescens (1922) [Autonym]
Acacia canescens var. albida Haines (1922) [Heterotypic synonym]
Acacia canescens var. fulva Haines (1922) [Heterotypic synonym]
Acacia grahamii Vajr. (1983) [Heterotypic synonym]

DISTRIBUTION

AUSTRALIA [I]: Northern Territory, Queensland. EAST ASIA [N]: China (Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan). INDIAN SUBCONTINENT: India (Andhra Pradesh [N], Chhattisgarh [U], Karnataka [N], Kerala [N], Madhya Pradesh [U], Maharashtra [N], Sikkim [N], Tamil Nadu [N], Gujarat [U], West Bengal [U]), Sri Lanka [N]. NORTH AMERICA [I] (Florida). SOUTHEAST ASIA: Andaman Islands [U], Cambodia [I], Laos [I], Myanmar [N], Singapore [I], Thailand [I]
Abbreviations: [I - Introduced, N - Native, U - Uncertain].

TYPE INFORMATION

Type. Based on Mimosa pennata L.

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019: 6); Maslin (2015: 245)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019: 6); Maslin (2015: 245)

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Notes: Provisionally regarded as native in Guangdong

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019); Pullaiah & Yesoda (1989, as Acacia pennata subsp. pennata, reference cited in Roskov et al. 2005)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019); Singh (1988, as Acacia pennata subsp. pennata, reference cited in Roskov et al. 2005)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019); Manilal (1988, as Acacia pennata subsp. pennata, reference cited in Roskov et al. 2005)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019); Kulkarni (1988, as Acacia pennata subsp. pennata, reference cited in Roskov et al. 2005)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019); Grierson & Long (1987, as Acacia pennata subsp. pennata, reference cited in Roskov et al. 2005)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019); Nair & Henry (1983, as Acacia pennata subsp. pennata, reference cited in Roskov et al. 2005)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019: 5, as Senegalia insuavis)

Notes: Although S. pennata subsp. insuavis was recorded for this State by Deshpande et al. (2019), those authors noted that further study is needed to determine if the subspecies is native or introduced in India

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019: 5, as Senegalia insuavis)

Notes: Senegalia pennata subsp. insuavis was recorded as uncertain for this State by Deshpande et al. (2019, as S. insuavis) who also noted that further study is needed to determine if the subspecies is native or introduced in India

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019); Maslin (2012: 467); Sanjappa (1992: 43, as Acacia pennata subsp. pennata var. pennata)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019: 6); Maslin (2015: 245)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019); Chaudhuri (1985, as Acacia pennata subsp. pennata, reference cited in Roskov et al. 2005)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019: 6); Maslin (2015: 245)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019: 6); Maslin (2015: 245)

Notes: Nielsen (1981) considered subsp. insuavis as introduced in Laos, but Newman et al. (2007) regarded it as native. Deshpande et al. (2019: 6) note that it is uncertain of this entity is native or introduced in Laos

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019: 6); Maslin (2015: 245)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019: 6); Maslin (2015: 245)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019); Maslin (2012: 467); Nielsen (1985a: 175, as Acacia pennata subsp. pennata)

Notes: Senegalia pennata subsp. pennata is probably introduced in Thailand (Nielsen 1985a)

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Source: Deshpande et al. (2019: 6); Maslin (2015: 245)

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