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Senegalia

Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Rosids
Order: Fabales
Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Tribe: Acacieae
Genus: Senegalia

Senegalia is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae. It belongs to the subfamily Mimosoideae. Until 2005, species were considered members of Acacia.[1]

Species list (incomplete)

  • Senegalia alemquerensis (Huber) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia altiscandens (Ducke) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia amazonica (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia anisophylla (S. Watson) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia angustifolia (Lam.) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia bahiensis (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia berlandieri (Benth.) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia bonariensis (Gillies ex Hook. & Arn.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia catharinensis (Burkart) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia crassifolia (A. Gray) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia emilioana (Fortunato & Cialdella) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia emoryana (Benth.) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia etilis (Speg.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia feddeana (Harms) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia fiebrigii (Hassl.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia gaumeri (Blake) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia giganticarpa (G.P. Lewis) Seigler & Ebinger (basionym: Acacia polyphylla DC. var. giganticarpa G.P.Lewis)
  • Senegalia gilliesii (Steud.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia grandistipula (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia greggii (A. Gray) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia hayesii (Benth.) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia huberi (Ducke) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia iguana (M. Micheli) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia interior Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia kallunkiae (Grimes & Barneby) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia klugii (Standl. ex J.F. Macbr.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia kuhlmannii (Ducke) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia lacerans (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia langsdorfii (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia lasiophylla (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia loretensis (J.F. Macbr.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia macbridei (Britton & Rose ex J.F. Macbr.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia macilenta (Rose) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia magnibracteosa (Burkart) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia martii (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia martiusiana (Steud.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia maschalocephala (Griseb.) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia mattogrossensis (Malme) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia micrantha Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia miersii (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia mikanii (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia mirandae (L. Rico) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia monacantha (Willd.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia multipinnata (Ducke) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia muricata (L.) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia nitidifolia (Speg.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia occidentalis (Rose) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia olivensana (G.P. Lewis) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia painteri Britton & Rose (synonym of Acacia fusicarpa L.Rico and not of Acacia painteri (Britton & Rose) L.Rico-Arce)
  • Senegalia paraensis (Ducke) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia parviceps (Speg.) Seigler & Ebinger (basionym: Acacia adhaerens Benth. var. parviceps Speg.)
  • Senegalia pedicellata (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia peninsularis Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia piauhiensis (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia picachensis (Brandegee) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia piptadenioides (G.P. Lewis) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia podadenia Britton & Killip
  • Senegalia polyphylla (DC.) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia praecox (Griseb.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia pteridifolia (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia purpusii (Brandegee) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia quadriglandulosa (Martius) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia recurva (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia reniformis (Benth.) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia riparia (Kunth) Britton & Rose ex Britton & Killip
  • Senegalia roemeriana (Scheele) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia rostrata (Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia rurrenabaqueana (Rusby) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia santosii (G.P. Lewis) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia scandens Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia senegal (L.) Britton
  • Senegalia serra (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia sororia (Standl.) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia subangulata (Rose) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia subsessilis Britton & Rose (synonym of Acacia amabilis L.Rico)
  • Senegalia tamarindifolia (L.) Britton & Rose
  • var. producta (Grimes) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia trijuga (Rizzini) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia tubulifera (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia tucumanensis (Griseb.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia velutina (DC.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia visco (Lorentz ex Griseb.) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia vogeliana (Steud.) Britton & Rose
  • Senegalia weberbaueri (Harms) Seigler & Ebinger
  • Senegalia wrightii (Benth.) Britton & Rose

References

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