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Name Status. Accepted Name
Synonymy.
Acacia karroo Hayne (1827) [Basionym]
Mimosa reticulata L. (1767) [Nom. rejec.]
Acacia reticulata (L.) Willd. (1806) [Nom. rejec.]
Mimosa capensis Burm.f. (1768) [Nom. rejec.]
Acacia capensis (Burm.f.) Burch. (1822) [Nom. rejec.]
Mimosa leucacantha Jacq. (1798) [Heterotypic synonym]
Acacia horrida (L.) Willd. (1806) [Heterotypic synonym]
Acacia hirtella E.Mey. (1836) [Heterotypic synonym]
Acacia hirtella var. inermis Walp. (1839) [Heterotypic synonym]
Acacia horrida var. transvaalensis Burtt Davy (1908) [Heterotypic synonym]
Acacia karroo var. transvaalensis (Burtt Davy) Burtt Davy (1922) [Homotypic synonym]
Acacia dekindtiana A.Chev. (1947) [Heterotypic synonym]
Acacia inconflagrabilis Gerstner (1948) [Heterotypic synonym]
Mimosa nilotica sens. Burm.f. (1768) [Misapplied name]
Mimosa eburnea sens. Bojer (1837) [Misapplied name]
Acacia robusta sens. Oliv. (1871) [Misapplied name]
Acacia seyal sens. Sim (1909) [Misapplied name]

DISTRIBUTION

AFRICA: Angola [N], Botswana [N], Lesotho [N], Libya [I], Morocco [I], Mozambique [N], Namibia [N], South Africa [N], Swaziland [N], Zambia [N], Zimbabwe [N]. AUSTRALIA [D]: Western Australia. EUROPE [I]: Corsica, Italy, Portugal, Sicily, Spain. INDIAN OCEAN [I]: Mauritius. INDIAN SUBCONTINENT [Or]: India (West Bengal). SOUTH AMERICA [I]: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay. WEST ASIA [I]: Iraq
Abbreviations: [N - Native, I - Introduced, Or - Ornamental, D - Doubtful].

FURTHER INFORMATION.

  • FloraBase - Short description, distribution map from WA Herbarium specimens and often photos are provided for Western Australian taxa
  • Biosecurity Queensland - Information on naturalized occurrence(s) - Described as Acacia karroo
  • Seigler et al. (2015) - Taxonomic treatment (unpublished) produced by D. Seigler and colleagues and generously made available to WorldWideWattle in 2015

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Source: Ross (1979: 93, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Ross (1971, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Ross (1971, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Lock (1989: 69, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Lock (1989: 69, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Ross (1971, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Ross (1971, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Kyalangalilwa et al. (2013: 513); Ross (1971, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Ross (1971, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Ross (1979: 93, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Ross (1971, as Acacia karroo)

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Notes: Western Australian occurrences now presumably eradicated (Greg Keighery, pers. comm. 2012)

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Source: Heywood & Ball (1968: 84, as Acacia karroo)

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Notes: Occasionally invasive in natural habitats (Sandro Pignatti, pers. comm.)

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Source: Heywood & Ball (1968: 84, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Heywood & Ball (1968: 84, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Heywood & Ball (1968: 84, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Polhill (1990, as Acacia karroo, reference cited in Roskov et al. 2005)

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Notes: Introduced to the Calcatta Botanic Garden (Howrah) from Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia) on 17 Oct. 1964

Source: Deshapande et al. (2019: 15); Chakrabarty & Gangopadhyay (1996: 63, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Rico Arce (2007: 104, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Rico Arce (2007: 104, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Rico Arce (2007: 104, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Rico Arce (2007: 104, as Acacia karroo)

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Source: Lock & Simpson (1991: 11, as Acacia karroo)

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Page last updated: Tuesday 21 July 2020