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Chimp Z
#1301 Posted : 6/20/2019 3:32:12 AM

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Thanks nen,
yes everyone be safe things can change quickly.

I need help identifying this plant that I saw the other day in Zone 10A
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KB181
#1302 Posted : 6/25/2019 10:03:54 AM
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Hey team,

My first time using this excellent thread ! Have learned so much thanks allot all involved !


I come across what I believe is a acacia melanoxylon, now my question is , a tree right beside it looking identical , except 1 it was not flowering and 2 is had rough bark, unfortunately I didn’t get photos but I have photos of the suspected acacia.m

What do you guys think , could be a good candidate (not the photos shown) ?

A great thing the plants have taught me is patience.... and I haven’t even found the right one ! Hahaha


Here are photos https://imgur.com/a/qvNKbvN


Update: After extraction small amount of yellow goo was left after evaporation , I have been doing my pulls with cold aus shelite , wondering if this maybe affecting it ? As every extraction I’ve done on suspected floribunda ect I am left with same goo that smells like flowers .
 
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#1303 Posted : 7/7/2019 12:42:57 PM

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hey gang,

today i was at a local shroom hunting spot when i noticed that the lower bark of a tree was striped, on closer inspection i confirmed that someone must have done this.

now this doesnt look like mimosa hostilis but its similar so i'm just after an id if possible, located in australia- vic SE.
would be great if it is safe and has dmt alkaloids, that way i can collect seeds and start gorilla grows in the same habitat.

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Chimp Z
#1304 Posted : 7/11/2019 5:23:30 AM

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Hey KB181 it sure does look a lot like Melanoxylon with the white flowers.
The phyllodes seem too long and spread apart to be Melanoxylon, though.
Do you know its growing conditions?(rural inland, coastal, forest, etc)
I'm just wondering what all the white stuff on the bark is doing...
Never seen a melanoxylon tree with that on it.
From the blackwood's I've seen they have rough rigid
bark when mature and is smoother when young.
Are you able to heat up the shellite upon extracting?
I use naphtha with all mine and warm solvent usually works best if you're
putting it in the freezer afterwards. Save these extracts, send them to be analyzed. Smile

Also a good indicator of it being Melanoxylon is if there are seedlings growing about
they should have pinnate foliage. After they've passed the juvenile stage
they'll start putting out regular big phyllodes.
I know these plants have phenotypes and phyllodes
may grow longer under certain conditions....
Look up what white-flowering Acacias grow in your vicinity.

Dan_J, hmmm may not be a Mimosa Hostilis. Looks like Acacia Decurrens/Dealbata to me.
Could have been somebody who misidentified the tree and killed it Sad
 
KB181
#1305 Posted : 7/12/2019 12:43:36 AM
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Chimp Z wrote:
Hey KB181 it sure does look a lot like Melanoxylon with the white flowers.
The phyllodes seem too long and spread apart to be Melanoxylon, though.
Do you know its growing conditions?(rural inland, coastal, forest, etc)
I'm just wondering what all the white stuff on the bark is doing...
Never seen a melanoxylon tree with that on it.
From the blackwood's I've seen they have rough rigid
bark when mature and is smoother when young.
Are you able to heat up the shellite upon extracting?
I use naphtha with all mine and warm solvent usually works best if you're
putting it in the freezer afterwards. Save these extracts, send them to be analyzed. Smile

Also a good indicator of it being Melanoxylon is if there are seedlings growing about
they should have pinnate foliage. After they've passed the juvenile stage
they'll start putting out regular big phyllodes.
I know these plants have phenotypes and phyllodes
may grow longer under certain conditions....
Look up what white-flowering Acacias grow in your vicinity.

Dan_J, hmmm may not be a Mimosa Hostilis. Looks like Acacia Decurrens/Dealbata to me.
Could have been somebody who misidentified the tree and killed it Sad



Hey Chimp Z , thank you kindly for your information.


I will have to go back and check both trees , luckily they live down the road Smile

You could say all 3 climates as the beach and river are few minute drive , with the trees backing onto rainforest/bush and river on the other side of the road, Very beautiful area I am granted to live in (NNSW).

I have come to the conclusion (also from all the negative reports of diggers shellite changing ) diggers shellite in Australia is absolutely crap for extraction even after warming to 40 degrees c , so I will be buying some zippo lighter fluid and clean up with shellite ? The reason I know this is i have obtained powder that I know holds , you can even smelll it in powder form and have done extraction to only got maybe 6-8 small hits from the goo from a 50g Cybs tek said powder it to be acacia confusa .
Maybe I should try xylene crap and clean and precipitation with shellite.


Thanks heaps for your reply ! I appreciate it .
 
Dan_J
#1306 Posted : 7/12/2019 3:45:45 AM

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Chimp Z wrote:


Dan_J, hmmm may not be a Mimosa Hostilis. Looks like Acacia Decurrens/Dealbata to me.
Could have been somebody who misidentified the tree and killed it Sad


hey Chimp Z, thanks for the info, will try and get more pictures in spring for more confirmation Smile

if anyone has any more leads post away Very happy
 
Chimp Z
#1307 Posted : 7/13/2019 6:16:52 PM

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@ KB181
Could the supposed Melanoxylon actually be Acacia Falcata? the flowers look identical and phyllodes very similar...
A prime species to inspect
 
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#1308 Posted : 7/26/2019 6:40:44 AM
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Hi everyone,

Just wondering if I could get some confirmation on this one please? I think this is Acacia Hostilis that I'm looking at.

https://imgur.com/a/MBUtabd

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Chimp Z wrote:
Thanks nen,
yes everyone be safe things can change quickly.

I need help identifying this plant that I saw the other day in Zone 10A


Aweesome looking seed pods. It reminds me of one of those industrial brooms janitors use. Reckon it could be a Mimosa pigra?
https://upload.wikimedia...Mimosa_pigra_%282%29.JPG
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Chimp Z
#1310 Posted : 7/27/2019 5:20:08 PM

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Wow Twitchy I think you're right! Thank you ! I've been wondering for a while Smile
I just found that nurseries sell this plant in my region.

The first time I encountered this plant was on a super hot day when i was walking around
and the presence of this plant cooled my thoughts down.
Just stood there for maybe 5 minutes examining the plant and admiring its lovely energy..

Might have some DMT in there. Will have to check up on this plant again.

http://www.shaman-austra...opic/20381-mimosa-pigra/
 
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Chimp Z
#1312 Posted : 7/27/2019 8:14:06 PM

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Endlessness you think Mimosa Pigra worth a shot?
I can collect some twigs/leaves to analyze
 
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#1313 Posted : 7/27/2019 9:41:55 PM

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[quote=Chimp Z]Wow Twitchy I think you're right! Thank you ! I've been wondering for a while Smile
I just found that nurseries sell this plant in my region.

The first time I encountered this plant was on a super hot day when i was walking around
and the presence of this plant cooled my thoughts down.
Just stood there for maybe 5 minutes examining the plant and admiring its lovely energy..

Might have some DMT in there. Will have to check up on this plant again.

http://www.shaman-austra...pic/20381-mimosa-pigra/[/quote]

It was just a shot in the dark really so don't take my word for it, but it does resemble pigra and they're common enough to be considered 'noxious'. Cool looking thing though.
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