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Albizia amara subsp. sericocephala. Photo: Meg Coates Palgrave Matabeleland, Old Gwanda Rd, opp Chesa Forest Research Station. Albizia amara subsp. Much branched trees; to 13 m high; bark thin, surface grey, rough, scaly; blaze yellowish, branchlets brown, pubescent. Leaves bipinnate, alternate, stipulate;. Field Tips. Young shoots yellow-pubescent. The wood is purplish-brown with lighter bands. Flower. Flower-heads in axillary clusters or in racemes, cream.

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The wood is purplish-brown with lighter bands. Boivin [ Fabaceae ]. The characteristics, representativeness, function and conservation importance of tropical dry evergree Flower In heads of axillary clusters or in racemes; pinkish-white. The mature pods are eaten by game and stock but were reported to cause digestive problems Aregawi et al.

Albizia amara

Send a request for permission. Fruit A straight, flat, compressed pod, wavy along margin; seeds more than 10, ovoid. Describes biorhythms – those states or conditions characterised by regular repetition in time, whether on the scale of seconds, hours, days, or seasons. User Group specific search options Title.


The wood is very hard and strong, used in construction and agricultural implements. Datasheet Description Click on the “Nutritional aspects” tab for recommendations for ruminants, pigs, poultry, rabbits, horses, fish and crustaceans.

They are cm long and 2. Its main goal is summarize the most relevant or attractive characteristics of this taxon to the general public. Terrestrial Ecoregions of the Indo-Pacific: The unprecedented proliferation of wind fa Remember me Forgot password? Albizia amara is a multipurpose tree of which many parts are used.

Related observations Show all. Elephants eat the leaves. They contain compressed, ovate, hard-coated, brown seeds IBP, ; Orwa et al.

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Uses and Management Uses and Management Uses. It could be a moderate source of energy with a calculated content of digestible energy albizka about 8. Retrieved 24 October Management and utilization of browse species as livestock feed in semi-arid district of North Ethiopia. In vitro antimicrobial activity of Albizia amara leaves from Lindi region, Tanzania.

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This page was last edited on 26 Decemberat The leaves, though not very palatable, are eaten from lopped or browsed branches when better liked browse is not available Rai et al.


The leaflets are minute, about mm x 0. It is aara for construction, agricultural implements, and furniture.

Albizia amara – Wikipedia

Albizia amara is a albuzia in the Fabaceae family. Propagation Techniques Soak seeds in boiled water,allow to cool for 24hrs.

We report sighting of Rusty-spotted Cat Prionailurus rubiginosus in Pondicherry along the coast of The leaves are used as fodder for cattle, sheep and goats, though they are less palatable than other forages Orwa et al.

The leaves are relatively low in calcium and phosphorus compared to other browse species Berhane et al. Ruminants can feed its leaves. Chemical composition, in vitro dry matter digestibility and in sacco degradability of selected browse species used as animal feeds under semi-arid conditions in Northern Ethiopia.

Its wood is used for construction and furniture, and as a firewood. Leporidae have synanthropic association Young shoots, branchlets and leaves are pubescent.