1372 (EAP, FHO, K, MEXU, NY). Tantoyuca, 24� 25' N, 99� 12' W,-  VI-1858, Ervendberg s.n. 13902 (MEXU). 23: 101. Chamela Bay, Rancho El Porvenir  frente a la Estaci�n de Biolog�a de Chamela, 19� 32' N, 105�  05' W, 30 m, 14-II-1990, Calzada, J.I. shrevei (Britton & Rose) Isely Nelson 4039 (holotype, US! 14� 48' N, 90� 56' W, 1120 m, 13-X-1985, Hughes, C.E. Dudley Herb. Quintana Roo, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Humay 9,5  km hacia Felipe Carrillo Puerto, 19� 28' N, 88� 04' W, 16 m, 19-X-  1985, Balam, F. 510 (CICY, K); Ucum, 19� 14' N, 89� 20' W, 100  m, 10-X-1997, Mart�nez Esteban 28621 (MEXU). Zona protectora El Rodeo, entre, 9� 54'40'' N,  84� 17' W, 950 m, 25-XI- 1996, Cascante, A. Neutral: On Feb 3, 2005, htop from San Antonio, TX (Zone 8b) wrote: I have not grown this plant. Acaciella angustissima (Mill.) hirta (Nutt.) (data supplied on 2010-07-14) ; isotype, NY!). Acaciella smithii Britton & Rose, N. Amer. R�o Toves  (Covies): 9� 57' N, 84� 03' W, 1170 m,-XII-1893, Tonduz 1562  (BM, G). A. angustissima has six varieties (var. Found cultivated  in Brazil and the Dominican Republic. 824 (BM). Acaciella rensonii Britton & Rose, N. Amer. 1928. 29: 482. Ferris 5610 (holotype,  US! 4� 22' S, 79� 30' W, 1300 m, 6-  VI-1987, Hughes, C.E. 12:  409. International Legume Database and Information Service Isely, D. (1998). chisosiana; var. 526 (G). ID - 185. Nat. Bot. hirta: Full Explanation: Because infraspecific categories were not recognized, the typical variety was reported for Florida by implication by Small (1913b; 1913d). de Garc�a de la Cadena, 21� 52' N, 102� 55' W,  970 m, 15-II-1992, Reynoso, J.J. 561 (IBUG, K). Data Source Fl. New  York Aca. A taxonomic revision of Acaciella 195 suffrutescens (Rose) Kearney & Peebles, J. Wash. Acad. The bark is boiled with water  and this infusion is drunk to cure diarrhoea. of the USA. Acaciella ferrisiae Britton & Rose, N. Amer. . Ser., 13: 489. Acad. suffruticosa; var. Acaciella angulosa (Bertol.) A. angustissima has six varieties (var. glabrata (Schltdl.) Acaciella angustissima is found in tropical areas around th… Turner Show All Show Tabs prairie acacia "Angustissima" in Latin means "narrowest," describing the look of the shrub's leaves. Chupicuaro, 20� 01' N,  101� 09' W, 2100 m, 5-XII-1985, D�az B., H. 1825 (IEB); Cerro  Grande, Mpio. 1611 (BM). The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. angustissima; var. hirta; typical variety absent from Florida. 1700 (E, FHO, K, MEXU, MO, NY). Subshrub or herbaceous from a woody base.Stems thin, usually unbranched, glabrate, ridged.Leaves alternate, bipinnate, 5-12 cm (2-5 in) long, each with 10-14 pinnae having 10-35 pairs of very small leaflets. Cartago: Cartago, 9� 50' N,  84� 00' W, 1417 m,-X-1899, Biolley 8973 (BM). 1838, equated with A. angustissima  by Rudd (1984:137). 861 (BM). ; isolectotype, US!). Acacia delicata (Britton & Rose) Bullock,  Bull. Herb. angustissima - petiole, Acaciella angustissima (Mill.) hirta; var. It is a perennial, deciduous, and belongs to the family Fabaceae (beans/legumes) and as it grows it starts as a shrub but eventually matures to a small tree. Type: Mexico:Veracruz, Cordillera, 1840, H. Galeotti  3303 (lectotype, designated here, BR! Inform Kew 1939(1): 1. suffruticosa; var. var. angustissima - stem, Acaciella angustissima var. 7� 48' N, 72� 14' W, 1000 m,  26-I-1985, Johnson, C.D. It has not been recorded from the  Guianas, Uruguay and Paraguay, but it may have been  introduced there for forestry trials. oaxacana. (K). The root  is also prepared in the same way and drunk to cure  gastritis. 2610 (K,  MEXU, US); Ceracahui, S of Creel, 27� 42' N, 107� 37' W, 13-VII-  1958, Knobloch, I.W. 2175 m, 16-  VII-1907, Ars�ne 1979 (MEXU); Santa M�nica, 18� 11' N, 98� 48'  W, 7-XI- 1980, Lugo, A.A. 23 (MEXU); Amealco, 20� 11' N, 100� 09' W, 2100 m, 4-  VII-1971, Arg�elles, E. 1629 (MEXU); Santa Mar�a de Cocos, 10  km de Puerto de Ayutla, camino a Santa Mar�a de Cocos, 21� 00'  N, 100� 10' W, 1400 m, 27-VII-1989, Carranza, E. 1893 (IEB). 2233 (G); City Prairies, 3-IX-1929,  Clarke, O.M. U.S. Nat. Acacia hirta var. ; isotype, GH!). Native & naturalized Leg. ; isolectotype,  NY). 1843, non A. insignis  Hoffmanns (1824). 326 (K); 29� 50' N, 95�  20' W, 15-VI-1872, Hall, E. 177 (G, K); Kerrville, 30� 01' N, 99�  08' W, 650 m, 21-V-1894, Heller, A. hirta (Nutt.) La Paz, 24� 01' N,  110� 17' W, 180 m, 19-I-1992, Hughes, C.E. shrevei (Britton & Rose) Isely – Shreve's prairie acacia, Shreve prairie acacia Type: Costa Rica: San Jos�, Santa Mar�a de Dota, Dec.  1925, P.C. Acacia angustissima var. Acacia hirta var. City Prairies,  23-VII-1929, Clarke, O.M. Flores (2001) reported that leaves are used as a livestock  forage and the flowers are used for bee forage in  the Yucatan Peninsula (Mexico). In mixed Quercus and Pinus forest, secondary  low deciduous forest and dry scrub; in low deciduous   forest the species tends to be invasive (weedy)  and it tolerates acid soils. shrevei (Britton & Rose) Isely Common names Shreve prairie acacia in language. var. Type: Mexico: Jalisco, near Talpa, 7-III-1897, E.W. Leaves moderately large, bipinnate, the pinnae few to several pairs (about 15 pairs in Panamanian material cited), opposite or subopposite on the rachis, the leaflets numerous (up to 60 or more pairs per pinna); petiole up to a few cm. B.L. Acacia elegans M. Martens & Galeotti, Bull. entre Barba & Sta. (G); Verde Grande, 24� 02' N, 97� 58'  W, 2000 m, 22-VI-1949, Standford 2024 (G); Jaumave, 23� 25' N,  99� 23' W,-VII-1932, VonRozynski H.W. ; isolectotype, K!) The name of this species does not match your search because Acaciella angustissima is indicated as the accepted name for Acacia angustissima var. hirta é uma espécie de leguminosa do gênero Acacia, pertencente à família Fabaceae. 1909. 1928. & … In Michoacan, Mexico, it has been reported  as a medicinal plant. 20202 (MO). Tepic-Ixtl�n,  21� 27' N, 104� 45' W, 1340 m, 11-XI- 1993, Flores F., G. 3259  (FCME). Acaciella breviracemosa Britton & Rose, N. Amer. Britton & Rose var. B�rbara, 10� 05' N, 84� 09' W, 21-XII-  1889, Tonduz 1654 (G). B.L. Etimoloxía. Acaciella angustissima var. ; isotypes, DS, NY!). Sci. The tree has a high density of leaves along with small clumps of white flowers and creates 4–7 cm long seed pods. 1898. How to Cite, World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, The New York Botanical Garden Virtual Herbarium, National Center for Biotechnology Information, The Plant List — A working list for all plant species. angustissima; var. & A.Gray) Robinson is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of an infraspecific taxon* of the species Acacia angustissima (Mill.) 671 (MEXU); Nacajuca, Puente Tumuluchal,  a 4 km al, S de Playas del Rosario a sea, a 21 km al S de Villahermosa,  18� 20' N, 93� 10' W, 60 m, 5-III-1981, Sousa, M. 11715  (BM, K, MEXU). The following databases may contain further information on this name. Sci. leucothrix and var. Gray) Isely) 6 DATA; 2 ARTICLES; Creatures » … » Plants » … » Pea Family » … 14� 38' N, 90� 41' W, 2160 m, 1891, G�mez, Rosalio  1045 (G). 1535 (FCME, FHO,  K, MEXU, NY). ... Plant guide for prairie acacia (Acacia angustissima var. La Piedad, 20� 21' N, 102� 00' W, 2500 m, 27-  VIII-1986, Labat, J.N. 1928. 1373  (EAP, FHO, K, MEXU, NY); Road to Monzon  about 1,5 km east of Puente Rondos, 29-VI-1959, Mathias, M.E. Bibliography. 12 km entronque  carr. 1881 (IEB). San  Ram�n, 12� 50' N, 85� 46' W, 850 m, 15-I-1991, Hughes, C.E. Acacia angulosa Bertol., Fl. Catacamas, 1 km al N, 14�  54' N, 85� 56' W, 8-XI-1987, L�pez, Orlando 64 (BM). 2302 (G). Acaciella angustissima (syn. Sur les collines Aserri, 9� 52' N, 84� 05' W,-VIII-1889,  Tonduz 1280 (BM). Terracer�a de la Ci�nega de Banabao a Jarabacoa, cerca de Los  Limones, 19� 20' N, 70� 30' W, 1000 m, 25-III-2001, Delgado S., A. Comitan de  Dom�nguez, 16� 26' N, 92� 18' W, 2190 m, 8-VIII-1991, Hughes,  C.E. which reports it as an accepted name (record Acaciella delicata Britton & Rose, N. Amer. 31� 50' N,  106� 30' W, X-1849, Wright, C. 131 (K). 1939. 2005. 1109 (FHO, K, MEXU). The Plant List does not attempt to include all infraspecific taxa. Guerrero 25: 44. Acacia angustissima var. angustissima - flowers, Acaciella angustissima var. This name was in version 1 of The Plant List, record ild-28173, and has not been changed. New York Bot. ID - 185. ISSN: 0211-1322  196 M. de L. Rico Arce & S. Bachman  Anales del Jard�n Bot�nico de Madrid 63(2): 189-244. Type: Mexico: Guerrero, Acapulco vicinity, 1894-  1895, E. Palmer 298 (lectotype, designated here,  NY! Symbol Key - ACANH. San Luis Potos�, 22� 09' N, 100� 59' W,-VI-1886, Palmer, E. 647  (G); a 21 km al E de Tamazunchale (Loma de Aguayo), 21� 16' N,  98� 47' W, 900 m, 13-II-1982, Tenorio, P. 56 (K, MEXU). Huautla, La Candelaria,  21� 02' N, 98� 17' W, 270 m, 5-XI- 1983, Espinosa, G.J. 9317  (TEX). (1832) Acacia glabrata Schltdl. Macora, 15� 19' N, 86� 58' W, 440 m, 17-II-  1991, Hellin J.J. 12 (EAP, FHO, K, MEXU, NY). Type: Mexico: Jalisco, near Guadalajara, 1886, E. Palmer  647 (lectotype, designated here, US! Fl. Acacia insignis M. Martens & Galeotti, Bull. Stipules linear, 2-2.5 mm long, persistent. Kuntze in the genus Acacia Acacia angustissima (Prairie acacia, White ball acacia) is a perennial, deciduous, shrub or tree in the Fabaceae family native to Central America and the United States. Serrania del Pilon Lajas. Vernacular names and uses. ; isolectotypes,  GH!, NY!). Sci. Legume 4-9 �  1-1.5 � 0.17-0.2 cm, flat, straight, valves chartaceous,  conspicuously reticulate, glabrous, acute at the base  and apex; stipe 0.7-1.2 cm long; beak 2-5(7) mm  long, straight or curved. San  Miguel Yotao, 7,6 km al NW de Tanetze, camino a Cacalote,  puente sobre r�o Juquila, 17� 22' N, 96� 19' W, 790 m, 3-X-1995,  Acosta, S. 2678 (MEXU); San Felipe, 17� 53' N, 96� 33' W, VII-  1834, Andrieux, G. 398 (G, K, MEXU, OXF). 20528 (K). 1019 (FHO, K, MEXU, QAME). Acacia suffrutescens Rose, Contr. Acacia angustissima describióse por Kuntze y espublizóse en Revisio Generum Plantarum 3(3): 47. angustissima - leaf, Acaciella angustissima var. angustissima - habit, Acaciella angustissima var. Habitat. Acacia angustissima var. San Marcos, 14� 55' N, 91� 45' W, 2140 m, 3-III-1992,  Hughes, C.E. Standley 41877 (lectotype designated by  Standley 1937, NY! July-December 2006. Type: Guatemala: 'ex vulcano d'acqua', J. Vel�squez s.  n. (lectotype, designated here, BOLO Bertol. hirta; var. hirta (Torrey & A.Gray) Robinson Acaciella angustissima var. 2001. 13  km to the south of Santa Ana on the north facing slopes of Cerro  Verde, 13� 55' N, 89� 49' W, 1160 m, 21-I-1993, Macqueen, D.J. Ovary 1.2 mm long,  glabrous, shortly stipitate, the stipe shorter than the  ovary, with a basal nectary 0.5 mm high. chisosiana; var. (redirected from: Acacia hirta) Go to Encyclopedia of Life... Family: Fabaceae . 1928. texensis (Torr. Family: Fabaceae (legumes) Common name: prairie acacia Synonym: Acaciella hirta . 18� 47' S, 146� 07' E, 9-V-2000,  Bean, A.R. 3: 232 (1942). The generic name acacia comes from the Greek word akis , meaning point or barb. This name is the accepted name of an infraspecific taxon* of the species Acacia angustissima (Mill.) 13203 (BOLV, G, LPB, MO, USZ). Click on a place name to get a complete protected plant list for that location. 1938. Acaciella ciliata Britton & Rose, N. Amer. Acacia angustissima is Native to Texas and other States. suffrutescens Acacia hirta Nuttall, var. 1939. B.L. Introduced to  Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and  Papua New Guinea. chisosiana Isely Acaciella angustissima var. hirta - Form/flower. angustissima - fruits, Acaciella angustissima var. 1209 (EAP,  FHO). 23: 101. Acacia chlorantha Zucc. reserva de la  biosfera La Michilia, cerro Las Iglesias; Sierra de Urica, 8 km al E  de El Alem�n, 23� 20'40'' N, 104� 07'05'' W, 2400 m, 25-X-1986,  Acevedo, F. 355 (CIIDIR, K); Mezquital, 26� 03' N, 105� 31' W, 19-I-1983, Gonz�lez Medrano  1148 (MEXU). Britton & Rose, N.  Amer. Las Pilas, calle  al Pital cerca del r�o Sumpul, 14� 20' N, 89� 11' W, 2000 m, 2-XI-1996, Berendsohn, W. 1625 (B, K, LAGU). 1997 (MEXU). Acacia angustissima var. hirta. [6] Canoa Verde, 18� 57' N, 104�  07' W, 2550 m, 12-X-1952, McVaugh 13449 (G). Acaciella hirta (Nutt.) 21871 (G); Santa Elena, 16� 47' N, 90� 07'  W, 27-IX-1971, Tun Ortiz, R. 1943 (BM). Lower slopes of the Sierra de San Manuel, 27-VI-1936, Lyle  Wynd, F. 312 (K, MEXU). 1638 (K,  MEXU); Sierra Charuco, Sonora, 9-IX-1935, Gentry H.S. hirta (Torr. 23:  101. hirta (Nutt.) camino a Apaneca, 13� 51' N, 89� 49' W,  1470 m, 20-XI- 1990, Calder�n M. 618 (K, LAGU); El Corozo,  mariposario (zona b), 13� 49' N, 89� 59' W, 200 m, 7-IX-2000,  Rosales, J.M. ; isotypes, US!, K!). Type: Mexico: Oaxaca, near 'La Paradis', E.W. Accepted Name: Acacia angustissima var. Fl. 499 (FHO, K, LAGU, MEXU, NY). 16606 (K, NSW); Indooroopilly., Cultivated,  27� 31' S, 152� 59'07'' E, 25-III-1984, Pedley, L. 4955 (BRI, K,  MEXU, MO). Common names are from state and federal lists. Gard. Sci. illeg. It is also found in South America, India and Pakistan. La Monta�ita, 14� 25' N, 89� 08' W, 1500 m, 18-XI- 1948, Molina,  A. The bark was traditionally  used in the fermentation of 'tepache' and  'pulque' (traditional prehispanic Mexican alcoholic  drinks). B.L. Type: Mexico: Oaxaca, San Felipe, Cordillera, Oaxaca,  H. Galeotti 3203 (lectotype, designated by  Rudd, 1984, BR! var. The pods are initially green, turning coffee-brown as they ripen. Utah Robins. glabrior Engelm. Acacia angustissima var. Herb., Microfiche IDC 47.I.6!). Symbol Key - ACANH. First published in Rhodora 10: 33 (1908) Literature. hirta (Nutt.) 2308 (CR, K). suffrutescens (Rose) Isely; Acacia hirta var. Acacia angustissima, Acacia boliviana)., Australia: The State of Queensland, Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation, 28 pp. prairie acacia [Acacia hirta Nutt., more, ] Description Not Yet Available. The record derives from ILDIS Robins. © 2019 Regents of the University of Minnesota. Rico Arce & Bachman Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid Vol. suffrutescens range map in the U.S. Medellin-Turbo  Rd., Western slope of Cordillera occidental, 6� 51' N, 76� 08' W,  2000 m, 7-X-1977, Gentry A. 1843, non A. elegans  Schldl., Linnaea 12: 569. 32�  00' N, 93� 30' W, Torrey, J. s.n. Sci. 1213 (CR, K); 9� 57'  N, 84� 03' W, 880 m,-XII-1935, Skutch, A.F. 23: 99. Acaciella talpana Britton & Rose, N. Amer. hirta (Nutt.) hirta. chisosiana; var. Dataset GBIF Backbone Taxonomy Rank ... Acacia hirta Nutt. Acacia: nombre genérico derivado del griego ακακία (akakia), que fue otorgado por el botánico Griego Pedanius Dioscorides (A.C. 40-90) para el árbol medicinal A. nilotica en su libro De Materia Medica. hirta (Nutt.) typica Wiggins (1942) [nom. July-December 2006. ex Torrey & A. 1928. 23:  101. Robinson. Aguascalientes, 21� 53' N, 102� 17' W, 1836,  Hern�ndez M., R. 1601 (K). (redirected from: Acaciella hirta) Go to Encyclopedia of Life... Family: Fabaceae . Leaves 10-  13.5(21) cm long; petiole 1.2-2(3.5) cm long, upper  region channelled, sparsely strigulose; rachis 6.5-8 cm  long, sparsely strigulose, glabrous with age, with 11-  17 pairs of pinnae, sparsely strigulose; pinnae 2.5-4(5)  cm long; paraphyllidia up to 3 mm long; leaflets 20-40  pairs per pinna, 2.4-3.2 � 0.5 mm, linear, base auriculate,  apex acute, only the midvein evident on the lower  surface, glabrous, shortly ciliate, membranous. wfo-0000182076 Acacia angustissima var. Acacia angustissima (P. hirta  (Nutt.) km 16 carretera Campeche-Pomuch,  entronque con Hampolol, 19� 50' N, 90� 25' W, 4 m, 12-X-1984,  Chan, C. 4213 (CICY, K, MEXU). 1928. 14� 35' N, 90� 30' W, 1620 m, 3-  III-1988, Hughes, C.E. hirta). appears in other Kew resources: IPNI - The International Plant Names Index. Common Name - prairie acacia. Acacia angustissima var. (1840) Acacia hirta var. B.L.Rob. Nelson  995 (lectotype, designated here, US! 1907. A taxonomic revision of Acaciella 195  suffrutescens (Rose) Kearney & Peebles, J. Wash.  Acad. Turner prairie acacia. He recognized A. angustissima as having six intergrading varieties (var. 5044 (BM). Bajo de Pariguaya, 16� 40' S, 67� 31' W,  2000 m, 30-IV-1995, Beck S. 22423 (K, LPB, USZ). Bruxelles 10: 313. 14� 10' N, 90� 18' W, 1000 m,-VIII-1892, Heyde 3739 (G, M). 13� 50' N,  89� 30' W, 200 m, Beetle 8840 (K). Calyx  0.5-0.8 mm long, 5-lobed (the lobes less than 1/4 the  length of the calyx), glabrous. According to International Legume Database and Information Service under the synonym Acacia angustissima var. Acaciella angustissima var. Tenancingo, 18� 58' N, 99� 36' W, X-  1827, DC-Prodromus 1191, 812 (G); 8-9 km al S de Nanchititla en  el camino a Bejucos, 18� 52' N, 100� 28' W, 19-XI-1993, Gonz�lez  Medrano 6452 (K, MEXU). Acacia pittieriana Standl., Pub. Field  Mus. Gray) L. Rico, Fl. Valle of R�o Grande, Do�a Ana,  22� 22'46'' N, 98� 49'12'' W, Emory,W.H. 3 km SW de Ixcateop�n,  1050 m, 11-VIII-1990, Calzada, J.I. Fl. km 54.5 en la autopista  DF-Cuernavaca, 19� 05' N, 99� 15' W, 2300 m, XI-1959,  Espinosa, G.J. 3494 (K). 12196 (K, MEXU). Type: Bolivia: Bang 2070 (lectotype designated here,  NY! & A.Gray) Robinson & A.Gray) Robinson This name is the accepted name of an infraspecific taxon of the species Acacia angustissima (Mill.) km 16 Coro-Curimagua, 11� 17' N, 69� 38' W, 1000 m, 22-  III-1993, CIAT 18284 (K). To return to The Plant List: please use your browser's back button to return to this page. B.L.Rob. 1928. leucothrix and var. The species Acacia angustissima (Mill.) suffrutescens (Rose) Kearney & Peebles; Acacia suffrutescens Rose; Acaciella suffrutescens (Rose) Britton & Rose; Acaciella angustissima var. Britton & Rose var. Acaciella angustissima Name Synonyms Acacia hirta var. White ball acacia. hirta (Torr. 15701 (MEXU); 4 km al NW  de Chaucingo, ca. 19� 14' S, 64� 12'  W, 2780 m, 23-I-1998, Serrano, Martha 2776 (SCZ); 19� 07'19'' S,  64� 14'50'' W, 2075 m, 24-III-2004, Wood, J. 4: 442. See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions. hirta (Nutt.) Robins. )Britton & Rose: Common Name: ... Acacia hirta var. SW of Durango-Sinaloa St. line across hwy 40, 23�  35' N, 105� 52' W, 2000 m, 6-I-1983, Worthington, R.D. prairie acacia [Acacia hirta Nutt., more, ] Description Not Yet Available. 1937;  non Acacia costaricensis Schenck. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. O. Ktze. Further information. Species: Acacia angustissima (Mill.) Fl. 1939. 172 (MEXU); 7.5 m SW of El  Palmito, 8.2 mi. Found naturally from the United  States of America, south through Mexico and Central  America to Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia  and Argentina. Family: FABACEAE: Species: Acaciella angustissima (Mill. 5 km al SW de Santiago de los Caballeros, 25� 33' N, 107� 22' W,  1200 m, 11-XII-1982, Aguilar , J.M. Mill.) Acacia umbellifera Kunth (1819) Acacia angustissima subsp. 1928. Type: Mexico: Oaxaca, Monte Alban, C.L. Cerro Chiquihuite, August, Boop, M. 128 (MEXU); mercado de  Sonora, zona externa, esquina SW, en frente del mercado del  canal, 7-VI-1998, Bye, R. 26014 (MEXU). * The Plant List does not attempt to include all infraspecific taxa. Acaciella santanderensis Britton & Killip, Ann. Fl. 19791 (K). texensis (Torr.& A. Roy. The following databases may contain further information on this name. 23: 100. de Juventino Rosas, 20� 39' N, 101� 00' W, 2200 m, 4-VII-  1992, Galv�n, R. 3923 (IEB). Acad. Name. 37� 20' N, 85� 00'  W, Short, C.W s.n. R�o Mayo, 28-VIII-1935, Gentry H.S. oaxacana). 3 km N of Chiantla, 15� 22' N, 91� 27' W, 26-XI- 1962, Williams,  L.O. Meambar, 14� 48' N, 87� 46' W, 550 m, 9-I-  1991, Hughes, C.E. 7 km adelante de Garc�a de  la Cadena, Mpio. Acacia boliviana Rusby, Bull. Acacia angustissima var. Corolla 4.5 mm long, 5-  lobed (the lobes more than half corolla length),  glabrous. en el km 11,6 de la villa Teco, Tupilco, 8-II-  1982, Magana, M.A. In the past, the roots were used extensively  for their tannins; nowadays this species has been replaced  by other leguminous species, such as Caesalpinia  cacalaco [personnal interviews in several Mexican  states]. Fl. Acacia angustissima var. Acaciella angustissima var. smithii (Britton &  Rose) Wiggins, Contr. Guatimal. Shrub or tree up to 3(12) m tall, twigs glabrous. 28173 Acacia angustissima var. Anales del Jard�n Bot�nico de Madrid 63(2): 189-244. 466 (XAL). Acacia angustissima subsp. chisosiana - Form/flower. Acaciella angustissima (prairie acacia, white ball acacia, ocpatl, or palo de pulque ) is most recognized for its drought tolerance and its ability to be used as a green manure and ground covering. 1928. 21714 (G); Aguacatan, 15� 21' N, 91� 18' W, 28-XI-1962,  Williams, L.O. 244 (MEXU); Huitzilae, 1930, Lyonnet 643 (BM, K,  MEXU); Morelos, 44 km S of Cuernavaca, 18� 44' N, 99� 15' W,  16-VII-1993, Seigler, D.S. hirta prairie acacia Legal Status. leucothrix and var. 1840. Habit Perennial, Not climbing, Herb/Shrub Includes data from the synonyms: Acacia angustissima var. Terms and Conditions — 23:  100. 63(2): 189-244 July-December 2006. ISSN: 0211-1322 Type: Colombia: Norte de Santander, between Pamplona  and La Isla, 27 Feb. 1927, Killip & Smith  19791 (holotype, NY! Kuntze (1898) Acacia angulosa Bertol. Shrub or tree, the branchlets pubescent or puberulent to subglabrous, not noticeably lenticellate, longitudinally striate or angled. prairie wattle (Acacia angustissima var. 354  (MEXU); border Hidalgo, San Luis Potosi, km 343-344 on Hwy  below Chapulhuacan, 21� 10' N, 98� 54' W, 700 m, 22-IX-1949,  Moore, H.E. Acacia angustissima grows as a thornless shrub or small tree mostly 2-7 m high with a single short trunk. Type: El Salvador: vicinity of San Salvador,-II-20,  1904, C. Renson 115 (holotype, US; isotype, NY!). Acacia angustissima var. [mirror]). Shreve's prairie acacia in English (1838) [Heterotypic synonym] Acacia angustissima var. Kuntze has a further 23 synonyms. 4:  348. 1487 (FHO, K, MEXU, MO, NY). 29: 482. (K). Tepic-Ixt, 12 km del entronque carr. at anthesis. Threatened and Endangered Information: This plant is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. suffrutescens (Rose) Isely, Sida 3: 372 (1969); equated  by Isely (1998) with Acacia angustissima var. Acaciella suffrutescens (Rose) Britton &  Rose, N. Amer. suffrutescens is a perennial shrub native to Arizona, United States. Seeds 8-12 per fruit, circular  in outline, spherical (2.6)2.9-3.2 � 2.5-3 � 1.7-2 mm. Please click on any button to follow a link to that database. oaxacana). hirta (Nutt.) Common names prairie acacia in English. 15168 (K); 2-3 km al S-SE de  La Laguna, 19� 31' N, 103� 58' W, 1900 m, 11-II-1988, Cuevas, R.  2198 (MEXU). Acaciella angustissima var. Misc. © The Plant List 2013 — Stamens 6 mm long. Inflorescences  consisting of axillary fascicles; peduncles  1-1.3(1.5) cm long, glabrous but sometimes with  sparse pearl glands; one inflorescence bract below  each raceme, 1 mm long, glabrous, very broadly ovate,  caducous, leaving a protuberant scar; floral bract 1.3  mm long, glabrous, clavate, caducous; pedicels 0.6-  0.8 mm long, glabrous; flowers white; in short capitulum- like racemes up to 1.5 cm diam. 1701  (K, MEXU). 1913. var. 1898. M�rida,  frente al CICY, 20� 58' N, 89� 37' W, 26-IX-1983, Acosta, C. 10  (MEXU); camino a Xcopteil, 18� 38' N, 89� 55' W, 20 m, 14-VIII-  1984, Chan, C. 3849 (K, XAL); 4.5 km S of Celestun, Junction on  road S to Chunchucmil, 20� 52' N, 90� 24' W, 7 m, 19-II-1996,  Way, M.J. 151 (K, MEXU). 20 km al N-NW de Juventino Rosas,  Mpio. 13� 14' N, 87� 04' W, 850 m, 13-X-1988, Hughes, C.E. Acaciella costaricensis Britton & Rose, N. Amer. Britton & Rose Homonyms Acacia angustissima var. Acaciella angustissima var. Type: Mexico: Nayarit, Tres Marias Islands, Maria  Madre, 22 Oct. 1925, R.S. * The Plant List does not attempt to include all infraspecific taxa. 23: 101. km 18, 12� 04' N, 86� 27' W, 200  m, 7-IX-1983, Araquistain, M. 3621 (BM). 23: 101. Bruxelles 10: 312. Zacuap�n,  Arroyo, 18� 12' N, 95� 16' W, IX-1906, Purpus 1878  (BM); Veracruz-Llave, 19� 20' N, 96� 40' W, 1857, Sumicharst  1772 (G, K); Los Jovos 3 km S of La Balsa, 19� 21' N, 96� 38' W,  360 m, 17-II-1982, V�zquez, B. 9� 22' N, 83� 16' W, 1900 m,  28-IX-1989, Valerio, M. 125 (CR, K). Quetzalapa, 18� 18' N, 99� 12' W, 850 m, 28-VI-  1981, Luna Anaya 78 (FCME). Smith 349  (holotype, US! Acacia angustissima var. Madrid 58: 258. 63(2): 189-244July-December 2006. Weed risk assessment. Acaciella angustissima (Mill.) Hist., Chicago, Bot. Kuntze – whiteball acacia, prairie acacia : Variety: Acacia angustissima var. Just E of border into Tamaulipas, 24� 00'  N, 100� 50' W, 2-VII-1948, Meyer, F.G. 2730 (G). Synonymy and types 1856,  Berlandier 2510 (G, K);-IV-1839, Hartweg s.n. shrevei (Britton & Rose) Kearney & Peebles Acaciella shrevei Britton & Rose Homonyms Acacia angustissima var. texensis - Form/flower. All rights reserved. texensis (Nutt. Fl. 1373 (B, LAGU, MO). 3782-85 (MO). Acacia Mill. suffrutescens (Rose) Isely, Sida 3: 372 (1969); equated by Isely (1998) with Acacia angustissima var. angustissima, Rico Arce & BachmanAnales del Jard�n Bot�nico de MadridVol. Roy. Type: USA: Arizona, Santa Cruz Valley, Pringle 1881  (holotype, US!, number 41086). 1770 (K). Fl. The generic name ‘acacia’ comes from the Greek word ‘akis’, meaning point or barb. Acacia angustissima fue descrita por Kuntze y publicado en Revisio Generum Plantarum 3(3): 47. ; isolectotypes,  G!, K!). Batopillas,  Rio Mayo, 26� 51' N, 107� 50' W, 8-IX-1936, Gentry H.S. International Legume Database and Information Service. Comunidad Hoyadas, 17� 30' S, 65� 00' W, 2350 m,  20-III-1994, Caballero, P. 91 (K, LPB); between Chujllas and  Torota, 17� 56'47'' S, 65� 09'43'' W, 2223 m, 7-II-2003, Rico, L.  1275 (K, LPB). angustissima; var. Fl. ; isolectotype, K!, US). 23: 103. Britton & Rose var. (N slope), 13� 46' N,  88� 13' W, 1515 m, 30-XII-1941, Tucker 682 (G). suffruticosa; var. Barbosa,  Motel grounds, 6� 27' N, 75� 20' W, 2-X-1984, Johnson, C.D. 718  (FHO, K, MEXU). Acacia angustissima var. [5] Etimología. ; isolectotypes, BM!, US). angustissima - infloresence, Acaciella angustissima var. : 140. Guapinico, timbre,  huajillo, guajillo blanco, chilicap (Chiapas, Mexico). B.L.Rob. Natchitoches, 31� 47' N, 93�  04' W, 6-V-1915, Palmer, E. 7560 (K). (G). Portachuelo, Between comunity San Juan and Rio Palometillas,  17� 23' S, 63� 31' W, 295 m, 27-V-1991, Nee, M. 40604 (G, K,  MEXU, NY, USZ). Acacia angustissima: Exclusion Explanation: Misapplied to Acacia angustissima var. oaxacana). (family Leguminosae). Acacia: nome xenéricu deriváu del griegu ακακία (akakia), que foi dau pol botánicu Griegu Pedanius Dioscorides (A.C. 40-90) pal árbol melecinal A. nilotica nel so llibru De Materia Medica. smithii (Britton & Rose) L.  Rico, Anales Jard. Kuntze in the genus Acacia (family Leguminosae). hirta. hirta; var. The Research Ranch (Ranch Santa Ana), 61 mi SSE of Tucson,  1600 m, 3-IX-1988, Elias, T.S. hirta (Nutt.) Quezaltenango: 14� 40'  N, 91� 30' W, 2830 m, 24-VII-1934, Skutch, A.F. 3499-84 (MO); between Pamplona and La Isla, 2� 52' N, 74� 27'  W, 2500 m, 27-II-1927, Killip, E.P. 1928. Brigham Young Univ. B.L. 21 km de  Yucumo, 15� 17' S, 67� 04' W, 1035 m, 17-V-1989, Smith, D.N.