Acacia spp. 
 
 
Group:
Plants
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, British Virgin Islands, Cuba, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fiji, Hawaii, India, Jamaica, Mozambique, Papua New Guinea, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Yemen


Species/Common Names:
Acacia albicorticata
Aromo
Tatare
Tusca Blanca
Espinillo Blanco
Acacia anegadensis
Pokemeboy
Acacia belairioides
Acacia bucheri
Acacia campbellii
Acacia crassicarpa
Thick-podded Salwood
Acacia daemon
Palo Biajaca
Acacia densispina
Acacia etilis
Acacia ferruginea
Acacia flagellaris
Acacia koaia
Koai'a
Dwarf Koa
Acacia manubensis
Acacia mathuataensis
Tatagia
Acacia pennivenia
Acacia prasinata
Acacia pseudonigrescens
Acacia purpurea
Acacia roigii
Erizo
Acacia venosa
Acacia villosa
Acacia zapatensis

Facts Summary:
Acacia is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, British Virgin Islands, Cuba, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fiji, Hawaii, India, Jamaica, Mozambique, Papua New Guinea, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Yemen.

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Reference Links:
Australian National Botanic Gardens

Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Acacia albicorticataVU-IUCN1998Argentina, Bolivia
2. Acacia anegadensisCR-IUCN2003British Virgin Islands
3. Acacia belairioidesCR-IUCN1998Cuba
4. Acacia bucheriEN-IUCN1998Cuba
5. Acacia campbelliiVU-IUCN1998India
6. Acacia crassicarpaVU-IUCN1998Australia, Papua New Guinea
7. Acacia daemonEN-IUCN1998Cuba
8. Acacia densispinaVU-IUCN1998Somalia
9. Acacia etilisVU-IUCN1998Argentina, Bolivia
10. Acacia ferrugineaVU-IUCN1998Sri Lanka
11. Acacia flagellarisVU-IUCN1998Somalia
12. Acacia koaiaVU-IUCN2003Hawaii
13. Acacia manubensisVU-IUCN1998Somalia
14. Acacia mathuataensisCR-IUCN1998Fiji
15. Acacia penniveniaNT-IUCN2004Yemen
16. Acacia prasinataVU-IUCN1998Ethiopia
17. Acacia pseudonigrescensVU-IUCN1998Ethiopia
18. Acacia purpureaVU-IUCN1998Mozambique
19. Acacia roigiiCR-IUCN1998Cuba
20. Acacia venosaVU-IUCN1998Eritrea, Ethiopia
21. Acacia villosaVU-IUCN1998Jamaica
22. Acacia zapatensisEN-IUCN1998Cuba

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