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Acacia concinna (Soap Pod; Sappan; Piquant Sappan; Chikaki)

Synonyms: Acacia concinna var. rugata; Acacia hooperiana; Acacia hooperiana var. glabriuscula; Acacia hooperiana var. subcuneata; Acacia philippinarium; Acacia poilanei; Acacia polycephala; Acacia quisumbingii; Acacia rugata; Guilandina microphylla; Mimosa concinna; Mimosa rugata; Nygae sylvarum-minimae
Language: Hindi

Invasive Species

Acacia concinna is a tree native to Asia. It is found in disturbed forests, in meadows and along rivers. Introduced to New Caledonia in the late 1980s, Acacia concinna has become locally invasive.
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Allergen Potential [1]  High


Bangladesh (native); Bhutan (native); Cambodia (native); India (native); Indonesia-ISO (native); Jawa (native); Laos (native); Lesser Sunda Is (native); Madagascar (introduced); Malaysia-ISO (native); Mauritius (introduced); Moluccas (native); Myanmar (native); Nepal (native); Papua New Guinea (native); Peninsular Malaysia (native); Philippines (native); Reunion (introduced); Singapore (native); Sulawesi (native); Sumatera (native); Thailand (native); Vietnam (native);



Species recognized by , , in Catalog of Life 2011
Attributes / relations provided by 1Derived from Allergy-Free Gardening OPALS™, Thomas Leo Ogren (2000)
Invasive Status provided by Global Invasive Species Database Downloaded on 10 May 2011.
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