Towards an understanding of variation in the Mulga complex ( Acacia aneura and relatives)
Acacia aneura and its close relatives form a highly variable species complex commonly known as Mulga. They are small trees that dominate the vegetation of arid regions, in all occupying around 20% of Australia. This paper discusses and illustrates some of the more important types of variation found in Mulga, especially growth form and phyllode and pod morphology. This variation occurs both between and within populations and often results in a very complex mosaic of mixed Mulga populations. The...[Show more]
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