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Acacia
Acacia
bahamensis (Benth.) Griseb. Acacia
Acacia
latisiliqua (L.) Willd. Leucaena
Leucaena
latisiliqua (L.) Gillis Lysiloma
Lysiloma
bahamense Benth. Mimosa
Mimosa
latisiliqua L.

Lysiloma
Lysiloma
latisiliquum, commonly known as false tamarind or wild tamarind, is a species of tree in the pea family, Fabaceae, that is native to southern Florida
Florida
in the United States, The Bahamas, the Caribbean, southern Mexico, and northern Central America.[1] Its wood is sometimes traded as sabicu wood.

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References[edit]

^ " Lysiloma
Lysiloma
latisiliquum". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural Research Service
Agricultural Research Service
(ARS), United States
United States
Department of Agriculture (USDA). Retrieved 2009-04-20. 

External links[edit]

http://www.backyardnature.net/yucatan/bean-fam.htm

Taxon identifiers

Lysiloma
Lysiloma
latisiliquum

Wd: Q691530 EoL: 642932 GBIF: 2965822 GRIN: 23008 iNaturalist: 164990 IPNI: 1065371-2 ITIS: 503631 NCBI: 1538788 Plant
Plant
List: ild-29587 PLANTS: LYLA3 Tropicos: 13036896 WoRMS: 418694

Mimosa
Mimosa
latisiliqua

Wd: Q21977210 GBIF: 2965831 GRIN: 24381 IPNI: 161758-2 Tropicos: 13013275

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