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#81 Posted : 11/23/2012 6:24:53 PM

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I can taste the life in the pictures!! Very happy
 

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#82 Posted : 11/23/2012 10:16:36 PM

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Hey guys! Hope all is doing well Smile

Im here in Brazil and I've been coming across a LOT of this tree which im unsure if its a mimosa, acacia or another leguminoseae tree. Maybe someone else has a clue, but anyways I find it a very pretty tree Smile

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#83 Posted : 11/24/2012 12:28:06 AM
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..very interesting endlessness..glad you're well..
the leaves seem to make it not an acacia, or even mimosa..i'm pondering Leucaena leucocephala (see p7#131,11,13#242 of acacia info thread) ..but haven't had chance to check details of pod etc..
 
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#84 Posted : 11/24/2012 1:23:49 AM

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thanks for the photo endlessness... dissapointing though mate - I thought for a second you may have uploaded the first mimosa pic of the whole thread Razz. Maybe there is a prize for whoever takes this initiative .. or maybe there isn't. I'll leave you all with that mysterious thought. and thanks once again nen Pleased

oh, and how's brazil? I made a joke the other day.. what do you call a hardy sustainable south american? brazilient Smile
 
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#85 Posted : 11/25/2012 3:25:33 AM

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Acacia Elata


Young Acacia Elata


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#86 Posted : 11/25/2012 3:27:51 AM

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I'm not sure about the ID's for the rest of the photo's.






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#87 Posted : 11/25/2012 3:28:55 AM

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#88 Posted : 11/25/2012 3:31:25 AM

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Unrelated but an interesting plant.

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#89 Posted : 11/28/2012 3:11:21 AM
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..#85 may be elata, but is a different form to the one tested (with tryptamines)

#86 top is a Cassia or Senna..

bottom nice pic is in Asteraceae..(daisy family)

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#90 Posted : 11/30/2012 3:41:03 AM

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Went for a bush walk today and took some photos.









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#91 Posted : 11/30/2012 3:43:33 AM

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Continued...



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#92 Posted : 11/30/2012 3:48:10 AM

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It's difficult to tell now that it's almost Summer but I believe this tree is an Acacia Longifolia



Close up of bark on an older Acacia Longifolia.



Here's a photo to show the damage taking bark does to a tree. The local council ringbarked and sprayed over 30+ Tryptamine variety Acacia's earlier this year.



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#93 Posted : 11/30/2012 3:51:23 AM

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Here's some photos of a species that is starting to catch my eye quite often.



And another that's currently in flower.



Not sure about this one either. It yields a fruit that looks like an Orange.

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#94 Posted : 11/30/2012 3:57:04 AM

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Acacia Howittii





I'm not sure about this species, I'm sure it's not an Acacia Mearnsii though.



Here's a close up of what I think is Acacia Longifolia phyllodes and twigs. The twigs have a white powder all over the new growth.



And last of all, here's what I believe to be Phalaris Grass.

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#95 Posted : 11/30/2012 4:59:46 AM

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Here's a young Acacia Melanoxylon that's growing in my backyard



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#96 Posted : 12/1/2012 9:19:12 PM

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thanks for the photos wage.. that bippinate one does look a lot to me like mearnsii, though you might be right. they do usually have greener trunks at that age. would be nice to some some closer shots from it maybe? And the one below of suspected longifolia i don't think is longifolia because it has the one main vein. lonfigolia should have three main veins as well as lots of thinner ones in between..looks a bit like acacia provincialis? the top ones of the lomgifolia look very interesting.. they even look a lot like obtusifolia... again would be good to see some closer phyllode shots. if that is a longifolia, based on what nen said about the characteristics of the active varieties, that may be a very promising tree to look at..
 
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#97 Posted : 12/2/2012 10:26:08 AM

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oh and the suspected phlebophylla are actually young acacia pycnantha.. won't find phleb growing anywhere around here.. except for maybe in an enthusiastic ethnobotanists backyard Smile .. the conditions need to be very specific for it to grow.

see the front page for some images of phlebophylla...notice how the leaves do not have one mein vein they have a very reticulate structure... very psychedelic looking
 
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#98 Posted : 12/3/2012 9:04:08 AM

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Thanks for the ID's Acacian, much appreciated.
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#99 Posted : 12/4/2012 3:01:57 PM

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Get your Acacia face ready, here come the Africans! Very happy

First up we have the gorgeous A. sieberiana var. woodii (Paperbark thorn tree). My favorite Acacia for post #100. More to come soon!
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#100 Posted : 12/4/2012 11:48:38 PM

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stunning photos xantho! The bark on that tree looks beautiful...does it fall off regularly? I've always wanted to do some drawings on paperbark. I always enjoy the very lively green colour of your photos by the way.. is that something to do with the camera or is that how it really looks over there? if so, I am jealous.. and my acacia face longs a trip to South Africa
 
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