Robinia pseudoacacia


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Related to Robinia pseudoacacia: black locust, False Acacia

Robinia pseudoacacia

toxic tree in the legume family Fabaceae; the bark contains a toxalbumin which causes purging and paralysis. Called also black locust, black acacia, false acacia, locust tree.
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Alliaria petiolata, Lonicera maackii, Robinia pseudoacacia (in the northern floodplain woods only), and Rosa multiflora.
Season of heartwood formation and related cytological structure of ray parenchyma in Robinia pseudoacacia.
Robinia pseudoacacia `Frisia' - false acacia with eye-catching yellow leaves.
velutina Adult Sassafras albidum Sapling Yes Tilia americana Adult Tsuga canadensis (G) Seedling Yes Xeric species Juniperus virginiana (G) Seedling Pinus rigida (G) Sapling Populus tremuloides Sapling Yes Prunus pensylvanica (Sapling) Yes Quercus stellata Adult Robinia pseudoacacia Adult Yes (a)Species selection, nomenclature, distribution, and habitat preferences from Silvics of North America (Burns & Honkala, 1990).
But it is the golden-leafed Robinia pseudoacacia `Frisia' that is much loved by the general gardening public although you don't see much of it in the North.
Hardwoods Alnus spp Eucalyptus obliqua Robinia pseudoacacia Alder Tasmanian oak (a) Black locust Beilschmiedia tawa (b) Nothofagus fusca Eucalyptus cornuta (a) Tawa Red beech (b) Fagus sylvatica -- -- European beech Softwoods Picea abies Thuja plicata Podocarpus totara Norway spruce Western redcedar Totara (b) Pinus ponderosa -- -- Ponderosa pine (a)New Zealand grown.
Robinia pseudoacacia occurred in three subplots (5%) and had an importance value of 14.