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Vachellia farnesiana (Mealy False Acacia) is a species of tree in the family Fabaceae. They have a self-supporting growth form. They are native to Belize, Saint Vincent And The Grenadines, Mexico, Paraná, Brazil, Eastern North America, Guyana, Caatinga, Panama, GoiáS, Nicaragua, ParaíBa, Georgia, Mato Grosso Do Sul, Bahia, Rio Grande Do Norte, The Contiguous United States, United States, Netherlands Antilles, French Guiana, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru, Saint Lucia, Honduras, Venezuela, The Americas, North America, Guatemala, Suriname, Mata AtlâNtica, Ceará, Maranhao, Pernambuco, AmazôNia, Central America, Bolivia, Cuba, El Salvador, Distrito Federal, Cerrado, Pará, U.S. Virgin Islands, Saint Kitts And Nevis, Minas Gerais, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands, U.s.. They have broad leaves. Flowers are visited by Compsomelissa spinipennis, Thrinchostoma fulvipes, Liotrigona nilssoni, and Liotrigona chromensis. Individuals can grow to 5.2 m.

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