borleae Burtt Davy
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Places where this species can be found :
- Sinsanbligbini Forest Reserve - NSBPGHANA
Other NotesCommon names: sticky acacia (English). Species characteristics : Multistemmed shrub or slender tree to 5 m tall, this species is covered with small glands on the young stems leaves and pods. It belongs to the glandular group of African Acacias, it can be distinguished by numerous glands on the leaflets and forming crenulated leaf margins. Commonly grows on basalt derived black clays, where it can form thickets. Distribution: Botswana (Central); Mozambique (Sulo do save, Gaza, Maputo, Inhambane); South Africa (Transvaal, Natal, Hlabisa); Swaziland (Stegi, Manzini, Lubombo); Zimbabwe (Gwanda, Beitbridge, Gokwe, Chiredzi, Chipinge, Mwenezi, Ndanga). Specimen total: 108 Degree squares: 22 Collection years: 1900-1996 Phenology : Flowering period: Jan(7), Feb(2), Mar(5), Apr(3), May(1), Jul(1), Oct(1), Nov(5), Dec(5) Fruiting period: Jan(1), Feb(2), Mar(10), Apr(4), May(5), Jun(5), Jul(3), Nov(2), Dec(4) Altitude range: 90- (90-600) -960m
CollectorFagg, C. W.