The rack ( Acacia farnesiana ) is a invasive shrub of the family of the Fabacée S, subfamily of Mimosoidées.
It is a Acacia with globulous inflorescence and strongly scented largely widespread in the tropical areas.
DescriptionWhat is called cassy or yellow cassy, is a Mimosa with null and void sheets. It reaches a height from 8 to approximately 10 m, and has a flowering in cluster S yellows scented.
The foliage of the yellow cassy is null and void. The sheets are composed and bipennées, and the leaflets can reach approximately a 7 mm length for 1,5 mm of width. The yellow cassy is a thorny shrub.
Surface of distributionThis species is probably originating in tropical, and widespread America in the hot zones of the world, as in many countries of Africa, and in Australia
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