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Related to mulga: Acacia aneura

mulga

Australian vernacular for inland areas where mulga trees, several species of Acacia, especially A. aneura, grow. See also hepatic lipofuscinosis.

mulga fern
see cheilanthessieberi.
mulga nettle
see haloragisodontocarpa.
mulga snake
see pseudechisaustralis.
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I got off the bike and walked out to the middle of one, marvelling that until 80 years ago this land had been a dustbowl covering these flats, until the Government rescued it from the dead, planting salt-friendly mulga trees to bind the soil, then gum, until at last it could be turned into wheat farms so productive that they not only supply all of Australia's daily bread, but keep Asia topped up with noodles as well.
Protesting Alyawarr are carving a new community from mulga scrub three kilometres from Ampilatwatja - just outside an area prescribed under the intervention - at a place called Honeymoon Bore, 350 kilometers north-east of Alice Springs.
Australia mulga ecosystems-C and N natural abundances and their ecophysiological significance.
Windamarra is the traditional name for the Mulga tree that grows widely throughout the Pilbara and other regions.
4) One of these, Murray Butcher, recalled that the art work made at Kaathiri included carved shields, boomerangs, spears and coasters made out of mulga wood, bowls made of red gum, bark paintings made with river red gum with maybe a 'little blackfella' or 'welcome to Wilcannia' painted on them, didgeridoos made out of mallee wood and bundis (women's' digging sticks).
Aborigines would often talk longingly about the days of their "hard law," but sometimes the need for peace saw them merciful to the point of negligence, especially when it came to a damaged chattel such as a woman bleeding at the end of a long mulga stick.
Norris, the Southeast Series champion from Mulga, Ala.
of Murchison River, 27[degrees]42'S, 114[degrees]09'E, 30 January 1969, on red soil with mulga, Acacia aneura, in turret burrow, R.