Acacia dealbata Link, Enum. Hort. Berol. Alt. 2: 445 (1822)
Name Status. Accepted Name
Infra-generic Classification. Subgenus Acacia (syn. Phyllodineae) section Botrycephalae
Type Designation. Type: not cited; holotype (B - destroyed). Source. Fl. Australia 11A: 243 (2001).
Classification. This species contains 2 infraspecific taxa ( subsp. dealbata, subsp. subalpina)
Notes. In India this species is cultivated for timber and as an ornamental in India; it is naturalized in hills of south India (1800-2100 m alt.), Himalayas (1200-2100 m alt.) and in northeast India (to 1500 m alt.) (Chakrabarty & Gangopadhyay (1996: 608).
AFRICA [I]: Ethiopia, Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe. AUSTRALIA: Australian Capital Territory [N], New South Wales [N], South Australia [Nl], Tasmania [N], Victoria [N], Western Australia [Nl]. CARIBBEAN [I]: Haiti, Jamaica. CENTRAL AMERICA [I]: Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico. EAST ASIA [C]: China (Fujian, Guangxi, Guizhou, Sichuan, Yunnan, Zhejiang), Japan, Taiwan. EUROPE [I]: France, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Sardegna, Serbia, Spain. INDIAN OCEAN [I]: Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion Island. INDIAN SUBCONTINENT [I]: India (Himachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu), Nepal, Sri Lanka. MACRONESIA [I]: Azores. NORTH AMERICA [I] (Florida). PACIFIC OCEAN [I]: New Zealand. SOUTH AMERICA [I]: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador. SOUTHEAST ASIA [C]: Malaysia (Peninsula Malaysia), Vietnam
Abbreviations: [I - Introduced, C - Cultivated, N - Native, Nl - Naturalised].
- WATTLE - Description, illlustration and map derived mostly from that published in Flora of Australia vols. 11A & 11B (2001).
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