Acacia pulchella var. (description not diagnostic). ‘558’), L.Preiss 899 (G-DC, HBG, L, LD, MEL, P, PERTH) and L.Preiss 908 (LD, MEL, PERTH)]. pinnae 2– 3 mm long and not reflexed, petiole 1– 6 mm long, pinnules 2– 4 pairs and discolorous. pulchella . FloraBase is produced by the staff of the Western 1: 8 (1900); A. pulchella var. Axillary spines 1 or 2 per node. Putative hybrids occur with var. Pods puberulous. of Parks and Wildlife, Perth; it was produced by CSIRO Acacia pulchella in Kew Science Plants of the World online. IBRA Regions: pulchella Mimosa pulchella (R.Br.) Preiss. → Acacia pulchella R.Br. Preiss. C'est l'une des rares espèces d'Acacia à avoir de vraies feuilles, plutôt que de phyllodes. ‘594’), STR, TCD (sphalm. hirsuta Paxton; Acacia pulchella var. The confirmation was obtained that soil under A. pulchella was inhibitory to sporangial stage of P. cinnamomi and new evidence was obtained on chlamydospore inactivation. var. Pods to 4.5 cm long, 3– 4 mm wide, glabrous, infrequently pubescent. Type: Swan R., W.A., J.Drummond 312 ; lecto: BM (sheet labelled herb. Four varieties are recognised but not every specimen referable to the species is readily accommodated in these. 4J- L (1975). IMCRA Regions: Published on the internet. goadbyi, Annotated illustration & map - var. Suppl. Matang nga nahiubos. [1] Referências Bibliografia. Preiss. Branchlets normally finely ribbed, commonly lightly pruinose, glabrous, sometimes hairy. Branchlets prominently ribbed, normally red but extremities often yellowish or brown and mottled green between the ribs, usually glabrous. hispidula . 1: 22 (1844). Acacia denudata var. Positive: On May 8, 2013, jrtinker from Palmer, AK (Zone 3b) wrote: I grew this from seed in 2012 and planted the bulblets into the garden in the fall. goadbyi reduced sporangial production (Chapter 2) and caused cytoplasm collapse of chlamydospores (Chapter 3). Grows in a variety of soils, often in low-lying areas near watercourses, usually in woodland, shrubland and forest. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Phacelia pulchella. Sometimes difficult to distinguish from var. Heads 20– 40-flowered. ‘908’); lecto: LD, fide B.R.Maslin & R.S.Cowan, Nuytsia 9: 411 (1994); isolecto: C, GOET, G-DC, L, M, MEL, MO, P, RO (sphalm. Plants : C.F.Meissner, in J.G.C.Lehmann, Pl. Acacia grandis hort. Leaves bipinnate; pinnae 1 pair, 1– 15 mm long; petiole <0.5– 6 mm long; pinnules 2– 11 pairs, oblong to obovate or oblanceolate, 1- 6 mm long, 0.5– 2 mm wide, flat, green to glaucous, glabrous to puberulous; gland within axil of pinnae, stipitate, to 3 mm long. 80: 53- 68 (1980). Sem. 7 km N of Bullsbrook East, W.A., 20 July 1973, K.F.Kenneally 882 ; holo: PERTH; iso: B, CANB, K, MEL, NSW, NY, PERTH. Branchlets on plants from Moora to Cape Naturaliste are usually pilose and hirsutellous admixed; these individuals correspond to the type of A. pulchella var. Variant 2 has pilose, villous or pubescent branchlets. pulchella. reflexa 1:Flowering peduncles glabrous; branchlets glabrous or hairy 3Branchlets prominently ribbed and normally dark red; spines normally absent or 1 per node; pinnules narrowly oblong, commonly green var. Putative hybrids occur between some of the varieties. An Acacia pulchella in nahilalakip ha genus nga Acacia, ngan familia nga Fabaceae. K L Accessed Oct 20 2020. Shuttleworth), fide B.R.Maslin & R.S.Cowan, Nuytsia 9: 404 (1994); isolecto: G-DC, K, MEL, P, PERTH, W; near Woodman Point [32 08’S, 115 44’E], W.A., 15 Aug. 1839, L.Preiss 893 ; paralecto: LD, MEL, PERTH, RO, TCD; the last two sphalm. goadbyi in places. Branchlets often red, pubescent to puberulous. pulchella Catalogue number:MEL 2391912A State: Western Australia Locality: Coorow (S) Collector: Brown, G.K. 177 Date: 24-10-2007 Herbarium: National Herbarium of Victoria View record: Acacia pulchella var. Acacia pulchella . Variant 3 has slender spines, 2– 4 mm long; pinnules 1– 2 mm long. Acacia pulchella R.Br. Occurs at Rosa Glen, near Margaret R. Typical var. FloraBase—the Western Soc. glaberrima Meisn., in J.G.C.Lehmann, Pl. U V ex Siebert & Voss, Vilm. Synonyms: See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions. pulchella and var. Sympatric with var. Gaillardia pulchella NC State University and N.C. A&T State University work in tandem, along with federal, state and local governments, to form a strategic partnership called N.C. magna Paxton and Acacia subtilis Hoffmanns. 2: 47 (1923). reflexa. Tropicos.org 2019. pulchella, Annotated illustration & map - var. → Acacia pulchella R.Br. Leaves variable; petiole <0.5 mm long; pinnae 1- 15 mm long; pinnules 3– 11 pairs, obovate to oblanceolate or narrowly oblong, 1– 6 mm long, glaucous to subglaucous, sometimes pale green (especially on new growth and when in fruit). Y Z. Shrub mostly 0.5– 1.5 m high. Reference page. goadbyi (Domin) Maslin. Grows mostly in lateritic soil in woodland, often in Jarrah ( Eucalyptus marginata ) and Marri ( Corymbia calophylla ) woodland and forest. Meissner Acacia pulchella var. Avon Wheatbelt P1, Avon Wheatbelt P2, Dandaragan Plateau, Fitzgerald, Geraldton Hills, Lesueur Sandplain, Northern Jarrah Forest, Perth, Southern Jarrah Forest, Warren. Axillary spines 5– 20 mm long. Accessed Aug 12 2019. ex Jacques, J. Soc. Jahrb. Common names prickly moses in … They are evergreen plants grown for their attractive foliage and bright yellow blooms. magna Paxton; Racosperma pulchellum (R.Br.) Preiss. cit. ; A. pulchella var. Missouri Botanical Garden. Växtportalen. They belong to the pea family. glaberrima, Whibley & Symon illustration - var. pulchella. Pods 4– 5 (– 7) mm wide. Diffuse erect to low spreading, occasionally prostrate, spinescent shrub, (0.15-)0.5-1(-1.5) m high. ex Henfr., Gard. S T var. 5: 530 (1817), nom. Acacia pulchella növü Avstraliya üçün endemik növdür. Australian Herbarium, Biodiversity and Conservation Science, : Boonanarring Brook, Gingin, J.J.Alford 238 (PERTH: variant); 25 km N of Bindoon on Great Northern Hwy, B.R.Maslin 670 (NSW, PERTH: variant); 7 km N of Bullsbrook East towards Moora, B.R.Maslin 3984 (PERTH); c. 15 km due WNW of Dandaragan, B.R.Maslin 6032 (PERTH). Prickly Moses. 2020. 1968 Date: 12-09-1982 Herbarium: Tasmanian Herbarium View record: Acacia pulchella R.Br. Acacia grandis hort. denudata f. spinosissima (Meisn.) PMID: 17350243 [Indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH terms. (later homonym). ex Meisn.) 1: 22 (1844), as to name only. At Boonanarring Brook and near York the leaves are similar to the typical variant but elsewhere they are different, i.e. ‘298’. Accessed: 2020 Oct 20. Variant 4 has pinnae 1- 2 mm long; pinnules obovate or oblong-obovate, 1- 3 mm long. Acacia denudata var. Phacelia pulchella in Kew Science Plants of the World online. Ang Acacia pulchella sakop sa kahenera nga Acacia sa kabanay nga Fabaceae. or other use of content on this site is unauthorised unless that use pulchella é uma espécie de leguminosa do gênero Acacia, pertencente à família Fabaceae. Axillary spines usually 2 per node. Published online. Mag. (sphalm. 1 (4): 17 (1951), superfluous comb. Acacia/physiology* Australia; Lupinus/microbiology* This plant has no children Legal Status. Acacia pulchella Name Synonyms Acacia denudata var. Plants → Magnoliophyta → Magnoliopsida → Fabales → Fabaceae Lindl. Branchlets variably hairy, sometimes almost glabrous. Pedley; Yarımnövləri Nauk, Tr. Fabaceae Lindl. 4J- L & 482, map 1 (1975). pulchella, var. 2: 455 (1825); A. pulchella var. → Acacia Mill. Fabales Petiole usually 0.5– 2 mm long; pinnae usually slightly to prominently reflexed and 6– 12 mm long; pinnules usually 4– 8 pairs, oblong to narrowly oblong or oblong-oblanceolate, 2- 5 mm long, usually concolorous, green to grey-green, glaucous on young plants, finely puberulous on both surfaces. Acacia denudata var. Acacia pulchella var. (combination not actually made); Racosperma pulchellum (R.Br.) 4A- C (1975). Acacia pulchella R.Br. yellow, Jul to Dec. Lateritic soils. Related Links. → 14 km due ESE of Margaret R., B.R.Maslin 6097 , PERTH). Pods 3 mm wide. glaberrima occurs nearby. denudata (Lehm. Acacia pulchella: Systematik; Domän: Eukaryoter Eukaryota: Rike: Växter Plantae: Division: Kärlväxter Tracheophyta: Klass: Tvåhjärtbladiga blomväxter Magnoliopsida (Bot.) Endemic to Western Australia, it is one of the most common shrubs of the bushland around Perth and in the Darling Range. W.A. Specimens with smaller than normal leaves (pinnae 2- 5 mm long) are scattered in southern areas, with those from the Fitzgerald R. Natl Park having glaucous pinnules and some from the Stirling Ra. The typical variant (variant 1) has glabrous branchlets. pulchella – Indian blanket Subordinate Taxa. É endémico da Austrália Ocidental, sendo um dos mais comuns arbustos da mata junto de Perth e Darling Range.. É uma das pouca espécies do género Acacia que possui folhas verdadeiras, em vez de filóides. Acacia pulchella is one of twenty-four species comprising the series Pulchellae all of which occur in Western Australia except A. mitchellii in Eastern Australia including a minor local occurrence near Mount Gambier in our South-East. This species, together with A. amputata , A. epacantha , A. fagonioides , A. guinetii , A. lasiocarpa and A. megacephala constitute the ‘A. Syst. : Darling Ra., E.Pritzel 520 (AD, B, E, G-DC, K, L, M, MO, NSW, US, W, Z); 12.3 miles [19.8 km] NNE of Palgarup on South Western Hwy, M.D.Tindale 3914 (NSW, PERTH). gracilis Meisn., in J.G.C.Lehmann, Pl. from Port Gregory to Cape Arid. ‘orient.’) [near Dunsborough, W.A. Occurs from Wannamal S to Albany and E to Cape Arid, with one collection from near Port Gregory (c. 330 km N of Wannamal), W.A. → Acacia pulchella var. goadbyi (Domin) Maslin Catalogue number:HO93154 State: South Australia Locality: Mitcham (C) Collector: Grivell, B. pulchella group’, fide P.Guinet et al. However, due to the complexity of the variation and the presence of intermediates, formal rank has not been attributed to them. Resembling A. amputata in being especially spinose and in having particularly small leaves. Wetland Status. ex Meisn., in J.G.C.Lehmann, Pl. 35: 310 (1904). pulchella R.Br. Naturalized in the Blue Mts, at Lawson, N.S.W. Inflorescences rudimentary 1– 3-headed racemes with axes to c. 3 mm long; peduncles 1– 15 (– 20) mm long, glabrous or hairy; heads globular, 10– 40-flowered, infrequently to 60-flowered, golden; bracteoles apiculate to long-acuminate. A B It is common on laterite near Dunsborough (indumentum dense; corresponds to the type of A. hispidissima ), infrequent elsewhere (with indumentum usually sparser; seems to correspond to the type of A. grandis ). Jump to a taxon beginning with the letter: Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions. 4322 , fide B.R.Maslin & R.S.Cowan, Nuytsia 10: 116 (1995); iso: K; paralecto: BM, sterile and fruiting specimens mounted on lectotype sheet. 6: 411 (1860), nom. One variety in NSW : Acacia pulchella var. , that the latter plants might represent a hybrid between var. Q R Acacia pulchella – Prickly Moses Wattle This species makes a lovely ornamental for the garden, as it flowers in abundance from winter through to mid-spring with golden yellow blooms. 1Flowering peduncles hairy (hairs minute, sometimes sparse); branchlets normally hairy 2Pinnules glabrous or with a few, minute hairs on margins var. glaberrima Meisn., in J.G.C.Lehmann, Pl. ], Mus de Paris 1821; holo: G-DC; iso: K ‘Baie du Geographe’, P. Acacia denudata Lehm. 1:22 (1844) Most specimens in the Wannamal- Gingin- York area have distinctly acuminate bracteoles and commonly larger than normal heads with up to 60 flowers each. Even so it is a very polymorphic species and detailed studies are required to elucidate the perplexing range of variation and to reassess the status of the varieties and informal variants which are recognised here. Variant 1 has peduncles 1– 4 mm long, appressed-puberulous or glabrous; heads 10- 20-flowered; bracteoles aristate. goadbyi (Domin) Maslin is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of an infraspecific taxon* of the species Acacia pulchella R.Br. Australian Flora. Acacias, or wattles, are shrubs and trees found in warm and tropical regions, from the Americas and Europe to Asia and Africa, however, the vast majority of species are native to Australia. 1: 22 (1844), as to specimens cited, namely, L.Preiss 895 (G-DC, LD, TCD—sphalm. Flowers 5-merous; sepals 1/2– 2/3-united. Tropicos.org 2020. 35: 310 (1904). Branchlets hairy or glabrous. hispidula Meisn. Appears occasionally to hybridise with the typical variety, especially between Perth and Dunsborough. 3: 177, cum icone (1851), the description of A. grandis Anon. Peduncles very slender. Acacia pulchella var. Evidence is presented that the presence of roots of Acacia pulchella, and particularly A. pulchella var. Peduncles 7– 15 (– 20) mm long, glabrous; bracteoles ovate. Annotated illustration & map - var. hispidissima auct. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions. Axillary spines few or absent, 1 (or 2) per node. grandis (hort. Acacia pulchella var. 1: 22 (1844). The typical variant (variant 1) has glabrous branchlets. Leaves variable; pinnae 3– 4 mm long with 3– 4 pairs of obovate to oblanceolate pinnules, but ranging to 4– 10 mm long with 5– 8 pairs of narrowly oblong to oblanceolate pinnules; pinnules mostly 3– 5 mm long. ], R. Brown; lecto: BM, lower right hand flowering specimen on sheet titled ‘Iter Australiense, 1802-5’ and bearing [Britten no.] Acacia pulchella var. Type: cultivated in hort. It is a photoautotroph. goadbyi 3:Branchlet characters not combined as above; … glaberrima, were grown in jarrah forest soil and in a potting mix.The jarrah forest soil was from Alcoa World Alumina's Huntley mine site. ex Henfr.) Type: cultivated in the nursery of Messrs. Henderson, Pine Apple Place [Edgeware Road, London]; n.v.  See also A. pulchella var. pulchella 2:Pinnules finely and minutely puberulous over entire upper and lower surfaces var. Seeds longitudinal, mostly oblong, 2.5– 4.5 mm long, brown, arillate. Publishing from where it is available reflexa Maslin, Nuytsia 1: 401; 404, fig. ; naturalized and weedy in Deep Creek Conservation Park, S.A.  Grows mainly in sandy and lateritic soils in woodland, scrub and heath, also in loamy clay near swamps. It was suggested in B.R.Maslin, loc. I J Peduncles puberulous; heads usually 30– 40-flowered; bracteoles usually acute to apiculate. Grows mostly in lateritic soil in Marri ( Corymbia calophylla ) and Wandoo ( Eucalyptus wandoo ) woodland and Jarrah ( E. marginata ) forest, also in loam near swamps. 3, 35: 369, fig. Acacia pulchella var. Amelior. Acacia pulchella R.Br. ex Regel, Acacia pulchella var. Acacia pulchella is a highly variable plant, with 4 … reflexa . Anthony E. Orchard; Annette J. G. Wilson (2006) [1981]. Mga sinonimo; Racosperma pulchellum Pedley Mimosa pulchella Poir. Occurs from near Arrino and Wyalkatchem S to Augusta and near Albany, W.A. Miss Morgan, Feb. 1901; holo: K. Acacia goadbyi Domin, Vestn. Acacia pulchella R.Br. J. Linn. Preiss. cit. Inst. Missouri Botanical Garden. Preiss. https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Introduction to the Western Australian Flora, Rearrangement of the Herbarium collections, How to Collect and Document Marine Plants, Threatened and Priority Flora Report Form. : 22.5 km NE of Fitzgerald R. mouth, K.M.Allan 349 (AD, K, PERTH); Cape Arid Natl Park, J.W.Green 5146 (CANB, PERTH): near Bluff Knoll, Stirling Ra., G.J.Keighery 3435 (PERTH); 0.8 km SW of Kalgan R. bridge on Albany-Jerramungup road, B.R.Maslin 1083 (AD, NSW, PERTH); 21.5 km from Northampton towards Port Gregory, B.R.Maslin 3118 (PERTH). Heads 15-flowered. Imp. Acacia. Syst. It has a self-supporting growth form. ex Henfr.) glaberrima grows to over 2 metres (8’) in height and can be particularly common after bushfires, with the above colony scattered around the base of a 1-2 km (1 mile) wide sandy rise. glaberrima Meisn. spinosissima Meissner Acacia pulchella var. goadbyi and var. Acacia fagonioides and A. amputata have been excluded from the circumscription of A. pulchella given in B.R.Maslin, Nuytsia 1: 397– 407 (1975). ‘594’), W; Swan R., W.A., J.Drummond 309 ; paralecto: BM, G, G-DC, K, MEL, OXF, P, W; Swan R., W.A., J.Drummond 311 ; paralecto: BM, E, G-DC, K, MEL, OXF, P, PERTH, W. [ Acacia pulchella var. Provides authoritative information on the flora of Western Australia. Four variants with some morphological and geographic integrity are discriminated to accommodate the wide range of variation within this taxon. Swan R., W.A., L.Preiss 884 ; lecto: NY, fide B.R.Maslin & R.S.Cowan, Nuytsia 9: 410 (1994); isolecto: C, FI, G-DC, GOET, HBG, K, LD, M, MEL, MO, NAP, P, PERTH, STR, W; Swan R., J.Drummond 310 ; paralecto: G, G-DC, K, MEL, OXF, W; L.Preiss 907 ; paralecto, see A. pulchella var. Cooperative Extension, which staffs local offices in all 100 counties and with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Hort. spinosissima Meisn., in J.G.C.Lehmann, Pl. Mimosa pulchella (R.Br.) glaberrima Meisn. The soil leachates from potted plants of A. pulchella var. Meisn. Magnoliopsida Pedley Homonyms Acacia pulchella R.Br. goadbyi, enhances the production of oospores. spinosissima Meisn. APNI* . Amer. nud. Magnoliophyta Acacia. Kral. Published online. 1: 21 (1844); A. denudata Lehm., Del. Axillary spines 5–20 mm long. The above description does not include the following variants. Meisn., in J.G.C.Lehmann, Pl. See B.R.Maslin, Nuytsia 1: 398 (1975), for full discussion. Pedley var. Type: as for accepted name. Una ning gihulagway ni Robert Brown. Western Australian Herbarium (1998–). Specimens with very short peduncles may superficially resemble A. amputata but are most readily distinguished by their green pinnules, longer glands (1– 2 mm), aristate bracteoles, longitudinal and non-mottled seeds, and usually longer pods (>15 mm long). International Plant Names Index. This name presumably refers to a variant of A. pulchella . pulchella and var. E.Pritz., Bot. It is native to Western Australia, in the areas around Perth and Albany. B, Ann. hispidula Meissner Mimosa pulchella (R.Br.) Conservation Code: Not threatened Naturalised Status: Mixed (Native in Part of Range, Naturalised Elsewhere) Name Status: Current Brief Description Amanda Spooner, Wednesday 13 August 1997. , ser. inval. Isabelia pulchella [1] är en orkidéart som först beskrevs av Friedrich Fritz Wilhelm Ludwig Kraenzlin, och fick sitt nu gällande namn av C.Van den Berg och Mark W. Chase. → : see Doubtful Names. Occurs from near Arrino and Wyalkatchem S to Augusta and near Albany, W.A. Boat Harbour, W of Denmark, K.F.Kenneally 71/281B , PERTH). Meth. Acacia pulchella, commonly known as prickly moses, is a shrub in the family Fabaceae. Type: as for accepted name. 1: 21 (1844); A. pulchella var. Ce sont des feuilles plumeuses, bipennées, avec des folioles jusqu'à 5 mm de long. , Bot. Acacia Mill. Occurs from near Jurien S to near Augusta and Ravensthorpe, also Port Gregory- Northampton district (c. 250 km N of Jurien), W.A. custodians are thanked for allowing us to post this information here. Acacia hispidissima DC., Prodr . Occurs at Wannamal and Wongan Hills S to near Williams to Ravensthorpe. 4A- C & 483, map 2 (1975). hispidissima (DC.) 3 (1975). B.R.Maslin, Nuytsia 1: 400, fig. Natl Rech. Published on the internet. Subspecies. grandis (hort. Pinnae usually 5- 12 mm long; pinnules conduplicate and imbricate when dry, 4- 9 pairs, narrowly oblong, 2- 5 mm long, usually green. Mat.-Prir. Lehm., Pl.Preiss. 3rd edn, 1: 228 (1896), nom . Acacia pulchella var. Acacia pulchella L'espècie Acacia pulchella és un arbust de la família de les lleguminoses. W X Likewise, specimens with two spines per node are rare. Preiss. Reference page. → Acacia pulchella R.Br. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Racosperma pulchellum (R.Br.) Hort. Widespread in south-western W.A. Variant 3 has prostrate plants. hispidula Meissner Acacia pulchella var. Appears occasionally to hybridise with the typical variety, especially between Perth and Dunsborough. Acacia pulchella (Prickly Moses) is a species of shrub in the family Fabaceae. hispidula Meisn., in J.G.C.Lehmann, Pl. Type: cultivated in France; n.v. A.Henfrey, loc. hirsuta under Doubtful Names. 1 Flowering peduncles hairy (hairs minute, sometimes sparse); branchlets normally hairy, 2 Pinnules glabrous or with a few, minute hairs on margins, 2: Pinnules finely and minutely puberulous over entire upper and lower surfaces, 1: Flowering peduncles glabrous; branchlets glabrous or hairy, 3 Branchlets prominently ribbed and normally dark red; spines normally absent or 1 per node; pinnules narrowly oblong, commonly green, 3: Branchlet characters not combined as above; spines 1 or 2 per node; pinnules obovate to narrowly oblong, green or glaucous to subglaucous, 4 Peduncles 1- 4 mm long; bracteoles aristate, 4: Peduncles 7- 15 (- 20) mm long; bracteoles ovate. Jahrb. in J. Hort. 1: 22 (1844) p.p. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Acacia (family Leguminosae). Bot. → which was jointly published by the Australian E.Pritz., Bot. Cottage Gard. Na base de cada folha existem dois espinhos. glaberrima, Annotated illustration & map - var. It occurs near Denmark, (e.g. spinosissima Meissner Acacia pulchella var. Agron. Acacia pulchella est une espèce d'arbustes de la famille des Fabacées.. Endémique de l'Australie-Occidentale, c'est l'un des arbustes les plus communs du bush autour de Perth et de la chaîne Darling. Petiole 0.5- 1.5 mm long; pinnae 3- 10 mm long; pinnules 4– 8 pairs, oblong to narrowly oblong, 1– 5 mm long, 0.5– 1.5 mm wide, usually dark green above and light green below, glabrous or ciliolate, with midrib and lateral nerves on lower surface often thickened. Sympatric with var. Soc. Isabelia pulchella var. Much to my surprise, several of the seedlings bloomed this spring. Leeuwin-Naturaliste, WA South Coast. Ceske Spolecn. Pubescent individuals are rare, sometimes occurring sympatrically with the normal form. Interpreting Wetland Status. * The Plant List does not attempt to include all infraspecific taxa Växtindex. pulchella APNI* Provides a link to the Australian Plant Name Index (hosted by the Australian National Botanic Gardens ) for comprehensive bibliographic data Acacia fagonioides and A. amputata have been excluded from the circumscription of A. pulchella given in B.R.Maslin, Nuytsia 1: 397–407 (1975). The pilose layer is commonly absent on plants in the Cape Naturaliste- Albany area, furthermore, the indumentum is often appressed and sometimes very sparse; these individuals correspond to the type of A. pulchella . 1: 21 (1844). G H Acacia pulchella var. Acacia pulchella var. near Wannamal). ? Acacia pulchella var. The information presented here originally appeared on the WATTLE CD-ROM in the genus Acacia (family Leguminosae). Gaillardia pulchella Foug. Acacia pulchella é um arbusto da família Fabaceae. Poir. 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