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Senegalia rugata (Soap Pod; Sappan; Piquant Sappan; Chikaki)

Synonyms: Acacia concinna
Language: Hindi

Wikipedia Abstract

Acacia concinna is a climbing shrub native to Asia, common in the warm plains of central and south India. The tree is food for the larvae of the butterfly Pantoporia hordonia. Alkaloids are found in the tree's fruit.
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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);

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1Derived from Allergy-Free Gardening OPALS™, Thomas Leo Ogren (2000)
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