Species name:

Acacia farnesiana

Taxonomy

Genus

Species

farnesiana

Nomenclature Melissopalynology

Acacia
f.

Classifier

(L.) Willd

Distribution

South America, South Europe, Africa, South Asia, Australia and New Zealand

Utility

From the plant essential floral oils, rubber and glue are obtained. Pods and leaves are used as forage. Flowers and green pods are used in traditional medicine in many countries. Wood is an excellent fuel and can be used by handwork. It is a nitrogen-fixing species and has been used for erosion control. It provides a significant contribution in honey production. It is also used as an ornamental species. Biodiversity

Flowering time

IV - V

Pollen colour

/

Pollen

+

Nectar

++

Pollen characteristic

Outline 1: Subcircular
Acacia farnesiana
Acacia farnesiana
Acacia farnesiana
Outline 2: Oval
Acacia farnesiana
Acacia farnesiana
Acacia farnesiana