Acacia pseudointsia

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Acacia pseudointsia


Straggling shrub or woody climber, up to 40 m long or more, stems up to c. 3 cm in diameter. Branchlets terete, armed by 5 rows of 1.5-2 mm long, slightly recurved prickles, dark brown to blackish, without longitudinal lines; Leaves evenly scattered along the stem; Stipules filiform to linear, c. 2-3 by 0.1-0.2 mm. Inflorescences consisting of pedunculate glomerules aggregated into terminal panicles; Flowers sessile, yellow or yellowish, fragrant, male and bisexual in the same glomerule, pentamerous. Stamens c. 4 mm. Ovary densely velutinous to villous, 0.8-1 mrxi, stipe c. 1 mm.


Asia-Tropical: Borneo present; Jawa (Jawa present); Malaya present; Sumatera (Sumatera present), Peninsular present, SW present
Thailand (SW and Peninsular); in Malesia: Malaya, Sumatra, Borneo, Java.


Miq. 1985: p. 13. – In: Opera Bot.: f. 4
Nielsen 1980 – In: Adansonia: 355
Miq. 1985 – In: Fl. Thailand: 170
Prain 1897 – In: J. As. Soc. Beng.: 249, 511
Backer & Bakh. f. 1963 – In: Fl. Java: 556