acacia

  

The acacia is a trees part of the fabaceae family that is native to the southern hemisphere but it is now spread over countries with tropical forest to warm and mild climate. Looking at the images you can see the pinnate leaves and the white-yellow flower clusters. The flowers have a sweet smell that attracts bee who produce a light-yellow delicate candy from them.



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acacia flowers bunch

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acacia leaf

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acacia leaf drops water

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acacia leaves floating fabaceae


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acacia leaves floating fabaceae zoom

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acacia, tree, Fabaceae, family, southern hemisphere, tropical, warm, mild, climate, pinnate leave, white, gum acacia, gum arabic, yellow flower, flowers, sweet smell, honeyacacia.