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Name Status. Accepted Name
Infra-generic Classification. Section Juliflorae
Notes. (1) Originally published as Mangium. (2) A taxonomic treatment of this species in China is presented in Maslin et al. (2019: 470).

SYNONYMY

Acacia mangium Willd. var. mangium (1933) [Autonym]
Racosperma mangium (Willd.) Pedley (1987) [Homotypic synonym]
Mangium montanum Rumph. (1743) [Synonym]
Acacia holosericea var. multispirea sens. C.T.White (1933) [Misapplied name]
Acacia holosericea var. neurocarpa sens. C.T.White (1933) [Misapplied name]
Acacia holosericea var. glabrata sens. C.T.White (1933) [Misapplied name]
Acacia glaucescens sens. Kaneh. & Hatus. (1942) [Misapplied name]

DISTRIBUTION

AFRICA [I]: Egypt. AUSTRALIA: Northern Territory [Ns], Queensland [N]. CENTRAL AMERICA [I]: Nicaragua. EAST ASIA [I]: China (Guangdong, Macau, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan, Hong Kong). INDIAN OCEAN [I]: Seychelles. INDIAN SUBCONTINENT: Bangladesh [I], India (Delhi [I], Pondicherry [I], Kerala [C], Tamil Nadu [C]). PACIFIC OCEAN [I]: Caroline Islands, Fiji, Mariana Islands. SOUTHEAST ASIA: Brunei [I], Indonesia (West Papua [N], Moluccas [N], Kalimantan [C]), Papua New Guinea [N], Philippines [Ns], Singapore [I], Vietnam [I]
Abbreviations: [I - Introduced, C - Cultivated, N - Native, Ns - ].

TYPE INFORMATION

Type Designation. Type: description and figure in Rumphius (1750) under Mangium montanum. Source. Merrill (1917: 251).

FURTHER INFORMATION

  • Flora of Australia Online - Access to authoritative botanical profile (often updated from Flora of Australia 2001 treatment) which includes descriptive and associated information, information on names, characteristics, distribution, etc.
  • WATTLE - Description, illlustration and map derived mostly from that published in Flora of Australia vols. 11A & 11B (2001).
  • Royal Botanic Gardens Kew - Synoptic profile & conservation issues
  • Duke (1983) - Handbook of Energy Crops (unpublished) - Descripton, uses and much more.
  • Plants of Hawaii - Photographs by Forest and Kim Starr

VIEW IMAGE of Acacia mangium

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Source: Hassan & Hamdy (2021: 12)

Notes: This species was introduced to Egypt in the 2000s and has has an excellent potential to restore soil fertility, so it is currently cultivated in agroforestry systems in Serapium forest (Ismailia) for its wood and in some gardens as an ornamental tree

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Source: Maslin (2015: 242)

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Source: Fl. Australia 11B: 172 (2001)

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Source: Maslin (2015: 242); Stevens et al. (2001)

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Source: Maslin et al. (2019: 470); Ye & Peng (2006: 223)

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Source: Xing (2005: 285-286)

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Source: Maslin et al. (2019: 470)

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Source: Maslin et al. (2019: 470)

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Source: Maslin et al. (2019: 470)

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Source: Maslin et al. (2019: 470)

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Source: Friedmann (1994: 265)

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Source: Maslin (2015: 242); Khatun (1987)

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Source: Chakrabarty & Gangopadhyay (1996: 631)

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Source: Sanjappa (2000)

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Source: Kottaimuthu (2019: 32)

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Source: Kottaimuthu (2019: 32)

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Source: L. Thomson, pers. comm. 2020)

Notes: Widespread and naturalised on Viti Levu and Vanua Levu

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Source: Kirkup et al. (1997)

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Source: Maslin (2015: 242); Pedley (1975: 15)

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Source: Maslin (2015: 242); Pedley (1975: 15)

Notes: Aru Islands

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Source: WorldWideWattle

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Source: Maslin (2015: 242); Pedley (1975: 15)

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Source: Maslin (2015: 242); Pelser (2013)

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Source: Maslin (2015: 242); Keng (1990)

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Source: Maslin (2015: 242); Ho (1999)

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