I. in Western Australia. Dense, bushy shrubs or small trees 3-8 m high; branchlets sometimes pendulous, flattened towards the apex but soon becoming almost terete; trunk usually short, dividing just above the ground level into a few main stems; bark smooth, grey to reddish brown, often producing suckers. The geographical distribution and ecology, botanical features and utilisation are covered and a brief bibliography is provided. in Egypt (Swailem et al., 1980) and Icerya purchasi in Ethiopia (Getu, 1996). Valued as street and garden tree, especially in the Middle East and North Africa, It is a major environmental weed in South Africa (, The wood is used as fuel and charcoal, and, Referring to invasion of threatened Cape Floristic vegetation in South Africa, it was called “one of the worst woody invaders, a plant that has run amuck in a threatened biome, rich in endemic plant species” (, from escapes from plantings for sand mine reclamation work in northern New South Wales (, to waterways and irrigation channels Africa. On ornamental host plants in Giza and Zagazig regions, Egypt (Hemiptera-Homoptera: Diaspididae). 21-29. ex G. Don and Acacia saligna (Labill.) © Copyright 2020 CAB International. Cottony cushion scale infestation on acacia trees. ; 7 ref, Hall PE, 1939. in Western Australia. Distribution: WA (naturalized in other States). Melbourne, Australia: Inkata Press, Le Houérou HN, 2002. Being a valuable and hardy species with ornamental value, it is likely that further intentional introduction may occur. Acacia saligna (Labill.) Phytophylactica, 12(3):165-167, Berg MAvan den, 1980. Plant. Maslin considers that A. saligna is closely related to A. pycnantha and A. leiophylla. that cause gall rusts (Acacia gall rusts); galls and witches’ brooms, caused by Uromycladium morrisii on Acacia saligna in Australia. Les Arbres Fixateurs d'Azote: Caractéristiques Fondamentales et Ro^circumflex~le dans L'aménagement des Écosystèmes Méditerranéens et Tropicaux. http://plants.usda.gov/, Vercoe TK, 1989. Revised 2nd edn. In it native Western Australia, it grows best on deep sands and loams associated with watercourses, and in coastal dunes, more commonly in the hollows between dunes (Cronk and Fuller, 1995). Those feeding on sap and twigs were most abundant. The application of the names A. saligna and A. cyanophylla has long been confused. Phyllodes to 20 cm long and up to 2 cm wide, occasionally bluish. Plant invaders: beautiful, but dangerous. New Scientist, 133(1808):46-49, Simmons MH, 1981. Adults or larvae of 55 species of Coleoptera (beetles and weevils) were found on A. saligna of which only 11 species were also found on A. cyclops. A. pycnantha) was not discussed. The activity of the glands on 20 marked phyllodes on forty plants along roadsides near Yalorup, W.Aust. Though four slightly different forms of this species have been in identified the wild in Western Australia, there are only two main forms in cultivation in Australia. Brisbane: Queensland Government, Dept of Primary Industries, Stirton CH, 1980. USA: Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry. Acacia saligna has become established in South Africa, Ross (1975) where it is now common in the Cape Province. Its hardiness and ability to coppice rapidly after fires or from trunks has also led to widespread establishment (, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Each plant Synonyms: Basionym or principal synonyms: Acacia cyanophylla. Well known in cultivation and a valuable hardy ornamental or small shade tree. The PLANTS Database. Pacific Islands Ecosystems at Risk. The study was done to establish the importance of natural enemies with a view to biological control of these wattles in South Africa. Glands were most active in spring and autumn when the threat of herbivory is greatest but the results were not conclusive. Majer (1978) discussed the possible protective function of extra-floral nectaries. Those feeding on sap and twigs were most abundant. 2 refs, Reddell P, Warren R, 1987. Germination of Australian native plant seed. The international forestry conference for the Australian Bicentenary 1988. Journal of Arid Environments, 54(3):571-577, El-Baha AM, 2003. Entomologica. Holmes (1989) presents an account of the decay rates in buried seed populations of different densities. ex G. Don and Acacia saligna (Labill.) Agric. Domestication of wattles with edible seeds for the wheatbelt of Western Australia. 25 Misc. The last two rarely, if ever sucker, a point which is not made by Maslin, and it is the suckering habit which enables original plantings in S. Australia to persist and spread when the parent plant is destroyed. Phytophylactica, 12(4):223-226, CABI, 2005. Shrub and tree species for energy production. The contribution of the gall-forming rust fungus Uromycladium tepperianum (Sacc.) Lazaroa, 22:121-131; many ref, Scheltema M, 1992. 28 (4), 418-423. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/09619534 DOI:10.1016/j.biombioe.2004.11.002. 48 (1), 59-71. NFT Highlights, No. ex G. Don and Acacia saligna (Labill.) Aggressive ants were present, the locality and time of gland activity supported any protective effect of ants. Maslin describes the species in detail, discusses variability which is considerable in W.Aust. It was introduced about 1870 to stabilize dune sands in which it was successful but has spread extensively and is considered a menace as it invades and displaces indigenous vegetation. Derivation and dispersal of Acacia (Leguminosae), with particular reference to Australia, and the recognition of Senegalia and Racosperma. Reg. The results indicate that indigenous ants have played a crucial role in maintaining and accumulating Acacia seed banks and thus may have facilitated the development of dense Acacia stands. It is has been extensively grown in roadside and amenity plantings and as a garden ornamental. H. L. Wendl. Technical Paper 52. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Trees are common on alkaline, infertile sandy soils (Simmons, 1981). A map of the natural distribution is given. In vitro culture and propagation of Acacia species (A. bivenosa, A. holosericea, A. salicina, A. saligna and A. sclerosperma). National Biotechnology Program. The bark is smooth and grey to red-brown on branchlets, becoming dark grey and fissured with age. Zeitschrift für Jagdwissenschaft, 48(1):59-71, Hall N, Turnbull JW, 1976. Functional group identity does not predict invader impacts: differential effects of nitrogen-fixing exotic plants on ecosystem function. Fodder value of selected Australian tree and shrub species. Acacia saligna (Labill.) Missouri Botanical Garden. Phyllodes variable, linear to lanceolate, 8-25 cm long, 2-50 mm broad, straight or falcate, tapering gradually towards the base and apex, glabrous, often glaucous when young, mid-vein prominent with fine but distinct lateral veins; glands basal. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. Dommergues Y, Duhoux E, Diem H G, 1999. Citation: Abundance of Lindingaspis rossi Mask. A diverse and abundant range of damaging herbivores was found. We contract grow for revegetation projects for council reserves, roadside plantings, golf courses and major commercial projects. Other pests noted as attacking A. saligna elsewhere in the world are Scirothrips dorsalis producing 'bunchy-top' symptoms in a glasshouse in Queensland, Australia (Ashwath and Houston, 1990), Odontothrips confusus in Israel (Strassen and Halperin, 1990), the oleander scale, Aspidiotus nerii, and its predators in Turkey (Karaca et al., 1999), Lindingaspis rossi and a parasite (Habrolepis sp.) The green and gold colorings from the leaves and blooms have provided Australia's well known colors. Natural enemies of Acacia cyclops A. Cunn. Nuytsia, 1:332-340, McDonald MW, Maslin BR, Thomson LAJ, 2002. Acacia saligna : Golden Wreath Wattle is a shrub or tree growing 3 m to 10 m tall. One form is uprig… USDA-NRCS, 2007. Growth of chickens with protein supplied by Acacia seed was inferior to protein from casein. Herbivore damage, gland and insect activity were all followed for about 12 months. A photograph catalogue. The seed is 5-6 mm long x 3-3.5 mm wide, dark brown to black and shiny, with 14,000-25,000 seeds per kg. 92-03:2 pp. 16:50-53, Roughley RJ, 1987. The changes are due to the greatly increased litter-fall mass under Acacia compared with the native fynbos heathy vegetation. A diverse and abundant range of damaging herbivores was found. Origin. The growth of multipurpose tree species in the Almeria province of Spain and its relationship to native plant communities. ; 10 ref, Cronk QCB, Fuller JL, 1995. ONLINE STORE Volume V of V. Albury-Wodonga 25th April-1st May 1988. Wallingford, UK: CABI, Coates W, 2005. (Fabaceae) in South Africa. Acacia saligna is a small, prickly, fast-growing, often multi-stemmed evergreen shrub or tree growing up to 9 metres tall, though often smaller ... Australia - native in Western Australia - naturalized in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia. The Australasian Virtual Herbarium (AVH) is an online resource that provides immediate access to the wealth of plant specimen information held by Australian herbaria. Melbourne, Australia: Nelson, Stanley TD, Ross EM, 1983. )Pedley, Austrobaileya 2:355 (1987)., Acacia bracteata, Acacia lindleyi, Mimosa saligna. From the deserts to the sea the flora of South Australia is as unique and beautiful as its varied landscapes. In: Options Méditerranéennes, Series B Paris, France: CIHEAM, 21-29, Lyons A, Majer J, 1999. Description: Wendl. It can tolerate waterlogging and salt winds, and altitudes from sea level to about 325 m elevation in its native range, but much higher where introduced. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 10 (3): 161-177. formerly known as A. cyanophylla Lindl. Wallingford, UK: CABI, Coates W, 2005. You can buy it in our eBay store. 45 (1839). Adults or larvae of 55 species of Coleoptera (beetles and weevils) were found on A. saligna of which only 11 species were also found on A. cyclops. Handbook of the flora and fauna of South Australia. I. Lepidoptera. Multipurpose germplasm of fodder shrubs and trees for the rehabilitation of arid and semi-arid land in the Mediterranean isoclimatic zone. of Nature and Environmental Conservation of the Provincial Administration, Cape Town, South Africa, Strassen RZ, Halperin J, 1990. ", Sheraton Perth Hotel, Perth, Western Australia, 8-13 September 2002: papers and proceedings Victoria Park, Australia: Plant Protection Society of Western Australia Inc, 51-54, Michaelides ED, 1979. The influence of polyphenolics on the nutritive value of browse: a summary of research conducted at ILCA. was followed. Family. 20, Acacia saligna (Labill.) Acacia saligna is a native species complex with a widespread natural distribution throughout the south west of Western Australia. Karaca I, Senal D, Colkesen T, Özgökçe M S, 1999. Plant invaders: the threat to natural ecosystems. It is also found on disturbed roadsides, and further inland in the wheatbelt, populations occur at the base of many of the large, granitic rock outcrops. It also appears on several South Africa's other bush war. Legumes linear, 5-14 cm long, 5-6 mm broad, straight or slightly curved, surface slightly undulate, glabrous, brown, margins thickened, yellowish, slightly constricted. It was introduced about 1870 to stabilize dune sands in which it was successful but has spread extensively and is considered a menace as it invades and displaces indigenous vegetation. It is found from the coast (115°E) inland to about 200 km east of Esperance (122°E). It was introduced about 1870 to stabilize dune sands in which it was successful but has spread extensively and is considered a menace as it invades and displaces indigenous vegetation. There is a solitary gland on the upper margin of the phyllode, circular or oblong, 1-2 mm in diameter. [Orange wattle, blue-leafed wattle]. ILCA Bulletin, No. The leaves of A. saligna can be used to dye wool a lemon yellow colour using an alum mordant, Martin (1974). Cape Riche, Western Australia. Jointly the Australian varieties are classified as "wattles" and one of these, Acacia pycnantha is the nation's floral symbol. One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Ecosystem level impacts of invasive Acacia saligna in the South African fynbos. Inflorescences axillary racemes, shorter than phyllodes (rarely reduced to a solitary head), axis slightly flexuose, glabrous; flower-heads globular, deep yellow to almost orange, 25-75-flowered; peduncles slender, glabrous, 5-20 mm long; flowers 5-merous. The natural insect enemies of A. saligna and A. cyclops in Western Australia have been studied by Van den Berg (1980a, b, c). Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Phyllodes may also be prominently broader at the base. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, 52(2):115-124, Bennett D, George R, 1993. A. saligna was noted as the most troublesome invasive weed in the Cape Floritic region in South Africa (Wood and Morris, 2007), and was recorded as threatening several IUCN listed threatened species in South Africa: Chondropetalum acockii, Gladiolus aureus, Leucadendron verticillatum, Restio acockii, Serruria ciliata (Cronk and Fuller, 1995), though it may be expected that this threat has reduced since the successful biological control programme. The influence was greater than that of fire or seasonal climatic variation. Seedlings are grown in multiple cell containers with a cell size of 40-90 cubic centimeters. J. exp. Biomass and Bioenergy, 28(4):418-423. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/09619534, Crompton H, 1992. http://www.cabi.org/cabebooks/ebook/20173158959 doi:10.1079/9781786392145.0000, Wood AR, Morris MJ, 2007. (2008) Seed banks of invasive Australian Acacia species in South Africa: Role in invasiveness and options for management. Cyprus 1954 (66), Ashwath N, Houston K, 1990. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 92(3):219-254; 143 ref, PIER, 2007. In: International Legume Database and Information Service, Reading, UK: School of Plant Sciences, Unversity of Reading. A. saligna is also well known for its protective functions, being widely planted for soil conservation purposes, as a windbreak, to stabilise shifting sand dunes, and in erosion control on slopes and wind-prone areas. Native to Australia, it is widely distributed throughout the south west corner of Western Australia, extending north as far as the Murchison River, and east to Israelite Bay. The gross protein value was about the same as ground nut meal. Rigby: Adelaide, Australia, Maslin BR, 1974. Acacia saligna has become established in South Africa, Ross (1975) where it is now common in the Cape Province. A. saligna is native to southwestern Western Australia, where it is very common on the poor sandy soils of the Swan Coastal Plain from Gingin southwards to Busselton and the coast (35°S), and on heavier clay soils as far north as the Murchison River (27°S). Acacia salignahas also been succes… As the species suckers many planted specimens now form small colonies and it is difficult to assess the extent to which it is truly naturalised. ACIAR Proceedings Series, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, No. The activity of the glands on 20 marked phyllodes on forty plants along roadsides near Yalorup, W.Aust. The gross protein value was about the same as ground nut meal. As the species suckers many planted specimens now form small colonies and it is difficult to assess the extent to which it is truly naturalised. Invasive species threats in the Caribbean region. Acacia saligna – Spring Time Cascade Acacia sophorea – Coastal Wattle Acacia stricta – Hop Wattle ... New South Wales, ACT, South Australia and Tasmania. Wendl. South Australian Plant Society members from diverse backgrounds unite to celebrate, grow, conserve and promote Australia’s wonderful flora. Studies in the genus Acacia. Flowering branch of Acacia saligna showing shrubby habit. Scientific name : Acacia saligna (Labill.) Curepe, Trinidad and Tobago: CAB International, 132 pp. 1. Hall (1976) deals with A. saligna as No. Rep. For. Direct seeding of trees and shrubs. Further research may be illuminating, in understanding why A. saligna has become an invasive species in the European Mediterranean (Cyprus, Portugal and Spain) but not in North Africa or the Middle East. Effect of saline irrigation on early growth of Eucalyptus gomphocephala and Acacia saligna. A. saligna is listed as being cultivated in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens in 1859, 1871, 1878 and a herbarium specimen from 1895 survives. Glands were most active in spring and autumn when the threat of herbivory is greatest but the results were not conclusive. Annual Report 1978, Mulga Research Centre, Australia, 31-39; 9 ref, Marcar NE, Crawford DF, Leppert PL, Jovanovic T, Floyd R, Farrow R, 1995. Allelopathic effects of some multipurpose tree species on germination and growth of same tree seeds and some field crops. Proc. Hadjikyriakou G, Hadjisterkotis E, 2005. Larvae of 36 species of Lepidoptera (moths and butterflies) were found on A. saligna of which 14 also occurred on A. cyclops. II. In cultivation in the Waite Arboretum 10 trees of A. saligna lived from 10 to 20 years averaging 14.9 years. Uromycladium spp. Mt. Notes on the analyses of certain South African woods with special reference to their use as a producer gas generator fuels. Vol. Flora of south-eastern Queensland. 16:123-125, Langkamp PJ, 1987. In: Options Méditerranéennes, Series B. Paris, France: CIHEAM. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt, 60:257-263, Theron JM, Laar Avan, Kunneke A, Bredenkamp BV, 2004. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 9(2):131-133; 12 ref, National Academy of Sciences, 1980. It has more recently escaped and spread invasively in parts of Cyprus, Portugal and Spain, and has naturalised and spread in southern and eastern Australia and elsewhere where introduced. of ref, Getu E, 1996. Friday 29th April. A note on the nutritive value of Acacia cyanophylla seeds. Growth, coppicing and flowering of Australian tree species in southeast Queensland, Australia. It mainly grows on gentle undulating topography and coastal sand plains, but extends to a wide variety of situations from swampy sites and river banks to small, rocky hills (often granitic) and the slopes of the coastal ranges (Doran et al., 1997). A. saligna occurs on many soil types, especially poor and calcareous sands, but also moderately heavy clays and on a range of podzolics. ACIAR Monograph, No. https://plants.sc.egov.usda.gov, Witt A, Luke Q, 2017. Zeitschrift für Jagdwissenschaft. Nitrogen Fixing Tree Research Reports, 8:95-97, Bar P, Cohen O, Shoshany M, 2004. Acacia saligna. Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. > 10°C, Cold average temp. Tropicos.org 2019. Journal of the Chemical, Metallurgical and Mining Society of South Africa, 40:350-352, Henderson L, 2001. Richardson, D.M. H. Wendland, Comment. was followed. Those damaging the phyllodes were the most common. A. saligna is listed as being cultivated in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens in 1859, 1871, 1878 and a herbarium specimen from 1895 survives. Austral Ecology, 27(1):110-120, House S, Nester M, Taylor D, King J, Hinchley D, 1998. Where it has become naturalised however, it is commonly a dense bush which may be wider than the plant is high. Australian Acacias in Developing Countries. Acacia saligna - for dryland fodder and soil stabilization. A. saligna is sometimes confused with A. pycnantha, but it can be generally and easily distinguished from all other commonly introduced Australian acacias from the size, shape and colour of the phyllodes, and any confusion can be resolved with the use of a simple field guide. 1980, xi + 237 pp. H. Wendl. Forestry Compendium. The following description is adapted from Vercoe and McDonald (1987), Whibley and Symon (1992), Crompton (1992), Cronk and Fuller (1995) and Fox (1995). It is found from the coast (115°E) inland to about 200 km east of Esperance (122°E). Cape Town, South Africa: Plant Protection Research Institute, Agricultural Research Council, 300 pp, Holmes PM, 2002. In: Plants invasoras em Portugal, Coimbra, Portugal: Project Invader, University of Coimbra. Wallingford, UK: CABI. More information about modern web browsers can be found at http://browsehappy.com/. Volume V of V. Albury-Wodonga 25th April-1st May 1988, 6 pp. S. http://www.issg.org/database/species/reference_files/Kairo%20et%20al,%202003.pdf, Karaca I, Senal D, Colkesen T, ÷zg÷kce MS, 1999. EPPO Global database. 35:2-11; 50 ref, Yelenik SG, Stock WD, Richardson DM, 2004. Alien weeds and invasive plants. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. In: Forestry Compendium, Wallingford, UK: CABI. Productive use of saline land. In Australia this genus is widespread and abundant throughout the continent and is dominant especially in … Performance of tree species on the coastal plain. by Witt A, Luke Q]. 4, 26 (1820). London, UK: Chapman & Hall Ltd. xiv + 241 pp. Golden wreath wattle (Acacia saligna) is a fast growing, drought tolerant, species that is widely cultivated in Australia. The phyllodes are variable in shape can be linear, lance shaped, or sickle shaped.... HOME Checklist of invasive alien plants in Spain (Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands). Anon, 1955. The mean annual rainfall for the native range humid zone is 750-1000 mm, with an abrupt drop for the sub-humid zone to 450-500 mm, and as low as 280 mm in the semi-arid zone (Doran et al., 1997), but where it normally receives additional run-on water (Crompton, 1992). Seeds longitudinal in legume, obloid; funicle short, thickening into an aril. at end of book], Ryan PA, Bell RE, 1991. tepperianum against A. saligna was one of the earliest biological control interventions against an invasive Australian acacia in South Africa (Morris 1991, 1999). Mimosa saligna Labill., Nov. Holl. Lazaroa. Plants invasoras em Portugal. Mini-monograph on Acacia cyanophylla. Hall (1976) deals with A. saligna as No. The Noongar peoples know the tree as Cujong. Aggressive ants were present, the locality and time of gland activity supported any protective effect of ants. The value of farm alleys as refugia for beneficial arthropods. ©ARC-PHP, Stellenbosch, South … Later 20 trees at Manning were added to the study and ants were excluded from some trees. Referring to invasion of threatened Cape Floristic vegetation in South Africa, it was called “one of the worst woody invaders, a plant that has run amuck in a threatened biome, rich in endemic plant species” (Cronk and Fuller, 1995), however, a successful biocontrol programme has since largely contained the problem there. ILDIS, 2007. International Legume Database and Information Service. Proceedings of an international workshop, Gympie, Qld., Australia, 4-7 August 1986, El-Lakany MH, 1988. 10:187-192; [refs. Rome, Italy: FAO, Morris MJ, 1999. Seed collections of salt tolerant woody plant species in Australia. Wendl. H. Wendl. Guide to the naturalized and invasive plants of Eastern Africa, [ed. (Research by Dan Huxtable, John Bartle, Graeme Olsenand Wayne O'Sullivan). Fast growth rate. High levels of seed in the diet (> 34%) depressed chicken growth. A. saligna is a phyllodinous Australian acacia belonging to the subgenus Racosperma, commonly known as ‘wattles’ or wattle trees. Cronk Q C B, Fuller J L, 1995. The changes are due to the greatly increased litter-fall mass under Acacia compared with the native fynbos heathy vegetation. Restoration Ecology, 12(1):44-51, Yelenik SG, Stock WD, Richardson DM, 2007. The PLANTS Database., Greensboro, North Carolina, USA: USA National Plant Data Team. Accessed: 2019 Aug 13. Depth distribution and composition of seed-banks in alien-invaded and uninvaded fynbos vegetation. Sanz-Elorza M, Dana E, Sobrino E, 2001. Thrips cause bunchy top in Acacia auriculiformis. Proceedings of the 7th Australasian Conference on Grassland Invertebrate Ecology., 165-176; 18 ref, Majer JD, 1979. Plant invaders: the threat to natural ecosystems. Afr., 75-82, Berg MAvan den, 1980. Israel Journal of Entomology, 24:17-20, Swailem SM, Awadallah KT, Shaheen AA, 1980. http://www.cabi.org/cabebooks/ebook/20173158959 DOI:10.1079/9781786392145.0000. Weed risk assessment of twenty plant species used for revegetation or farm forestry in South Australia. Nakos (1977) found that the ability to fix nitrogen was greatly reduced by drought, waterlogging, shading or defoliation (as A. cyanophylla). Runoff agroforestry - a technique to secure the livelihood of pastoralists in the Middle East. Acacia lasiocarpa – Wattle This species is a dwarf or small shrub with dense ornamental golden flowers from winter through to spring. Leguminosae, J.P.M. A photograph catalogue. All long-distant movement of A. saligna has been intentional, introduced for over 150 years for protection (soil conservation, dune stabilization, erosion control), production (fuelwood, fodder, tannins) and aesthetics (as an ornamental garden and street tree). A preliminary assessment of utilizable biomass in invading Acacia stands on the Cape coastal plains. Acacia saligna. 25 (97), (37-9). Lisbon, Portugal, 16-20 October 1979. Coimbra, Portugal: Project Invader, University of Coimbra. Pedley (1986) proposed to raise Racosperma to genus level, a move opposed by many taxonomists, as summarised by Orchard and Maslin (2003). Dyemaking with Australian Flora. The nutritional value of A. cyanophylla seeds was studied by Ramadan (1957) on material grown in Cyprus. Habit Shrub or small tree up to 6 m. high, unarmed; young branchlets angular, glabrous. International Tree Crops Journal, 6(2-3):183-192; 17 ref, Kairo M, Ali B, Cheesman O, Haysom K, Murphy S, 2003. In: The international forestry conference for the Australian Bicentenary 1988. London, UK; Chapman & Hall Ltd, xiv + 241 pp, Degen AA, Becker K, Makkar HPS, Borowy N, 1995. The species is also locally established in southern Europe (as A. cyanophylla). The possible role of the extrafloral nectaries in attracting bird pollinators (cf. Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Hussain A, Gul P, 1993. The species is normally established by transplanting 6-month-old nursery grown seedlings into the field during winter. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 68(1):65-71; 32 ref, Dommergues Y, Duhoux E, Diem HG, 1999. No. Experience with some Australian species as multipurpose trees in Egypt and North African countries. Australian hardwoods for fuelwood and agroforestry. It is important to note that one of the old synonyms, Acacia cyanophylla is still widely but incorrectly used in parts of the introduced range to this day, although Le Houérou (2002) defends his use of the older name “known for decades” only “for reasons of convenience”. There was a loss of 50% of seedfall in dense A. saligna and of 80-95% in dense A. cyclops stands. in Western Australia. Natural enemies of certain acacias in Australia. Perth, Australia: Greening Western Australia, Selincourt Kde, 1992. Managed forests, plantations and orchards, As - Tropical savanna climate with dry summer, < 60mm precipitation driest month (in summer) and < (100 - [total annual precipitation{mm}/25]), Aw - Tropical wet and dry savanna climate, < 60mm precipitation driest month (in winter) and < (100 - [total annual precipitation{mm}/25]), Cf - Warm temperate climate, wet all year, Warm average temp. Acacia salignais a native species complex with a widespread natural distribution throughout the south west of Western Australia. 4, 2 pp. AVH is a collaborative project of the state, Commonwealth and territory herbaria, developed under the auspices of the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH), representing the major Australian collections. The possible protective function of extrafloral nectaries of Acacia saligna. CABI, Undated. 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