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The naturalized and cultivated exotic Acacia species in South Africa

J. H. Ross
Bothalia | Vol 11, No 4 | a1486 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v11i4.1486 | © 1975 J. H. Ross | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 13 November 1975 | Published: 13 November 1975

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J. H. Ross, Botanical Research Institute, Department of Agricultural Technical Services., South Africa

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Abstract

The first species of  Acacia from Australia are thought to have been brought to the Cape in 1845. Some of the factors which are believed to have contributed to the success of the exotic Acacia species are enumerated briefly. A key to the identification of the naturalized Acacia species is provided, together with descriptions of each species and an indication of their range of distribution in our area.


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