Global Compendium of Weeds
Acacia auriculiformis (Fabaceae)
Presented here is summary information about the species Acacia auriculiformis from the Global Compendium of Weeds, and citations of references to this species as a weed. Definitions of terms are available in the GCW introduction . For further information--or to report corrections or concerns--contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Synonyms/other Latin names: [ see GRIN ]
Status(es) (compiled for below "Data sources"): environmental weed, garden thug, naturalised, noxious weed, weed [for definitions, see the GCW introduction .]
Origin (native to where): "Papua New Guinea, Australia, Torres Strait Island"
Actual and Prospective Weeds. Pacific Islands Ecosystems at Risk Project (weed) [ online info ]
AN OVERVIEW OF INVASIVE WOODY PLANTS IN THE TROPICS. PIERRE BINGGELI, John B. Hall and John R. Healey email@example.com (weed)
Faith T. Campbell; American Lands Alliance; "Worst" Invasive Plant Species in the conterminous United States: weed (environmental weed)
Flora List for Pohnpei from Christopher Dahl (File creation date 15 Nov 1997) College of Micronesia-FSM Botany 250 (naturalised)
G.R.I.N. TAXON Database GRIN (weed)
Haysom, K.A. and Murphy, S.T.(2003). The status of invasiveness of forest tree species outside their natural habitat: a global review and discussion paper. Forest Health and Biosecurity Working Paper FBS/3E. Forestry Department. FAO, Rome. (naturalised)
Hossain, M.K. & Pasha, M.K. (2001). Alien exotics in Bangladesh which have a detrimental impact on the Ecosystem. ALIENS No.13, pp. 12-13. ISSG, New Zealand. (environmental weed)
INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES LIST, THE BAHAMAS. Catalogs on Web site of owners: http://www.best.bs/. This is a general site for the Bahamas created by the organization that led I3N-Bahama. (naturalised) [ online info ]
Introduced (Naturalised) Species to the United States [USDA, NRCS 1999. The PLANTS database. National Plant Data Center, Baton Rouge, LA 70874-4490 USA. ] (naturalised)
List of Florida's Most Invasive Species - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council. (environmental weed)
Mozaharul Islam, Ruhul Amin, S.K. Sarker. The Invasive Plants of Bangladesh. in - Nirmalie Pallewatta, Jamie K. Reaser, and Alexis T. Gutierrez (ed's) (2003). Invasive Alien Species in South-Southeast Asia National Reports & Directory of Resources. The Global Invasive Species Programme, Cape Town, South Africa.
National Parks Board, Singapore. Species Lists. (naturalised)
Plant Threats to Pacific Ecosystems. A product of the Pacific Island Ecosystems at Risk project (PIER). This table lists all species that are profiled on PIER. It includes those of environmental concern (including those that are probably of threat only to islands with high elevations) as well as agricultural and ruderal weeds. Jim Space, PEIR Co-ordinator. (environmental weed)
Prohibited Plant Species of Miami-Dade County (environmental weed, noxious weed)
Randall, J.M. and Marinelli, J. eds (1996) Invasive plants: Weeds of the global garden. Brooklyn Botanical Garden Publications, Brooklyn, New York. [Ornamentals Invading Natural Areas in the Continental United States.] (environmental weed, garden thug)
Randall, R.P., Mitchell, A.A. & Waterhouse, B.M. (1999) Tropical Weeds Report. Internal Report to Manager of Plant Industry Protection, Dept of Agriculture, Western Australia. (weed)
Anon (1992). The Grower's Weed Identification Handbook by Family and by Aphabetical Listing. Publication 4030. - Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California. (agricultural weed)
Anon, (----). Species introduced in Continental Portugal [Espécies introduzidas em Portugal Continenta]. ICN - Instituto da Conservacao da Natureza. (naturalised)
Anon. (1972). Weed Manual. 8th Ed. [2nd revised and extended Edition] Schering AG, Berlin. (weed)
Barker, W.R., R.M.Barker, J.P. Jessop & H.P. Vonow (Eds.) (2005). Census of South Australian Vascular Plants. 5th Edition. J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. Supplement 1This list of invasive plants affecting natural areas in the U.S. (including Hawaii) has been compiled from a wide variety of publications, reports, surveys, and occasional personal observations. Sources of plant lists include the National Park Service and other federal agencies, state and local natural resource and related departments, Exotic Pest Plant Councils and related organizations, The Nature Conservancy, and universities. Sources for each plant listed are provided on the table (a legend for the source code is provided from the REFERENCE(S) header). The current list includes over 1000 plants and is updated as needed. Please contact Jil Swearingen (firstname.lastname@example.org) regarding any errors, omissions or potential additions to the list. (environmental weed)
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This page was created on 13 September 2007 by PT, and was last updated on
04 October 2007
by PT based on data from Rod Randall's Global Compendium of Weeds database dated 24 January 2007.