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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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Representative samples of mulga twigs and phyllodes were obtained by harvesting branches and separating fine roots from the 0-0.
Whitford WG (1998) Contribution of pits dug by goannas (Varanus gouldii) to the dynamics of banded mulga landscapes in eastern Australia.
The runoff characteristics of crusts on bare, stony, runoff areas in the semi-arid mulga woodlands (Greene and Sawtell 1992) are very similar to those of the swale (Fig.
Impact to hold a 50% interest in Mulga Tank, which covers 425 sq km in the emerging nickel province of south west Western Australia, which is host to Sirius Resources' Nova nickel deposit and BHP Billiton Ltd/St George Mining's recent Dragon disseminated nickel sulphide discovery as well as the developing Tropicana gold mine of Anglogold/Independence Group and the large and significant uranium deposit at Mulga Rocks.
Mulga Rock also rose in status, with it currently holding Western Australia's second largest uranium resource and Australia's major undeveloped uranium resource.
These resources are very shallow as mineralisation identified in a range from 36 to 66 metres below surface, which are similar to other resources at Mulga Rock.
The deal with Red Mulga marks the venture's first direct contract with an indigenous firm and a step into the future.
They vary in form from the huge single-stemmed Stringy-barks of south-eastern Australia, to the spindly multi-trunk Mulga of the Australian outback.
The mulga wood plaques produced for sale to tourists depicted religious themes, as well as desert animals and Aboriginal designs (French 2002:5).
Tracts of sand there are, and areas almost as bare, on which only spinifex and mulga grow, but here and there are grassy glades in which wild horses and wild camels, strays from the white man's service, roam, together with groups of the so-called blacks, the aborigines.
Dalai RC, Harms B, Krull E, Wang W (2005) Total soil organic matter and its labile pools following mulga (Acacia aneura) clearing for pasture development and cropping 1.