What eats a acacia tree?
A Giraffe eats Acacia trees.
The Acacia tree is angiosperm.
The Acacia family are mostly evergreen.
yes it is the same tree
From the blossom of an Acacia tree.
Acacia is the genus name of the acacia tree. But that's only part of the scientific name. It needs to be followed by the specific species name. For example, Acacia plicata is the wattle tree of Geraldton and Perth in western Australia. Acacia implex is the Australian acacia or Lightwood tree. Acacia heterophylla is the Highland tamarin or Tamarin des Hauts of La Réunion, an island quite a bit off the coasts of Madagascar.
They like acacia tree because of their leaves and they eat the leaves to survive
Ants take shelter in the tree and in return the ants protect the acacia tree.
The Umbrella Acacia Tree
I love giraffes. They are my favorite animal. Their favorite tree to eat from is an acacia trees. Acacia trees have long thorns.
I can think of no better example than acacia trees and acacia ants. The tree has special chambers for the ants to live in and it has special growths specially made for feeding the ants.
Buona acacia! in Italian is "Good acacia tree!" in English.
Chorisia speciosa or Floss-Silk tree Robinia pseudoacacia, Black Locust Gleditsia triacanthos, Honey locust Acacia tortilis, Umbrella Thorn tree Acacia greggii, Catclaw Acacia Bombacopsis quinatum, Pochote tree ------------------------------------------ A thorny trunked tree a cactus
A camel eats acacia and cactus
the giraffe its favorite is the acacia senegal
Although you can't see them the roots of the acacia tree have adapted so that they reach down to moisture. The leaves of an acacia tree have adapted to the Savanna by being small and wax covered to cut down water loss.
Yes, an acacia tree is producer. This is because plants and trees make their own food through the process of photosynthesis.
Acacia trees are not endangered. Specific species may be endangered but, on the whole, acacia trees are very common.
Giraffe's usually inhabit Savannas and Grasslands that are abundant in trees like Acacia, Commiphora, Combretum etc. They browse on twigs of tree, preferringt he Acacia, Commiphora and Terminalia. They also feed on grass and fruits. They eat fruits of all trees that they feed from.
It is also known as Thorn tree or Wattle tree
acacia is a tree that smells nice and look nice
The acacia tree adapts when there is a lack of rain because it has water storing trunks. Acacia trees grow in areas where there is little rainfall and high temperatures in regions like Australia.
The ant and the acacia tree have a mutualistic relationship. The ant depends on the sugar provided by the tree's nectar. In turn, the tree is protected by these ants from insect pests that could harm it.
The Acacia tree is a very beautiful as well as beneficial tree. They usually have a very large amount of tannins and condensed cannins that are used as preservatives as well as pharmaceuticals. Acacia plants are also used as food plants. The acacia can be used in several different foods, including gum, and throughout history has been used in rituals.
Acacia, Ash, Aspen. Apple Acacia, Ash, Aspen. Apple
An acacia is a type of tree. They are native to Australia, and can be found in Europe, Africa, southern Asia, and the Americas.
The Date tree or (Acacia nilotica) is the provincial tree of the Balochistan, Pakistan.
If the ants were removed from the acacia tree the trees would be stripped of their leaves by elephants. The ants serve as a defense mechanism for the trees.
Acacia sengal is a tree that is also called Gum arabic tree, or Sudan gum arabic. It is used as a food additive or in cosmetics.
A giraffe's favorite tree is the Acacia tree.
They eat from a tree called the "acacia tree".
Cash Crop from Acacia Tree There is no cash crop made from the Acacia Tree, but the tree itself can be a crop. It is used as lumber for decorative furniture. It is also used in the manufacture of medicine and perfume. Parts of it are used as food spice, and extracts are used for tanning. it is the source of gum arabic Answer If the question refers to Acacia senegal the link below may… Read More
Which of these is NOT a benefit of the symbiotic relationship between the bullhorn acacia tree and acacia ants?
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Yes, I live in Ardmore, Delaware county and when walking my dog I pass by an acacia tree on Haverford Road, right before the bowling alley!!
A tree beginning with the letter G is the gum acacia.
Acacia Senegal Baobab Bermuda Grass Candelabra Tree Elephant Grass Gum Tree Eucalyptus Jackalberry Tree Jarrah tree Kangaroo Paw Manketti Tree River Bushwillow Umbrella Thorn Acacia Whistling Thorn
*Senegal Gum Acacia , *Baobab, *Bermunda Grass, *Candelabra tree, *Elephant grass, *Jackal berry Tree, *Manketti Tree, *River Bushwillow, *Umbrella Thorn acacia, *Whistling thorn
The yellow-footed rock wallaby eats young grasses, the shoots and leaves of tree species such as acacia and callitris (a coniferous cypress) and various shrubs and herbs such as cyanoglossum.
The provincial tree of Sindh, Pakistan is the Egyptian thorn or (Acacia nilotica).
Yes, never feed dogs ANY acacia leaves or any part of the tree.
Acacia are species of trees and shrubs. There are more than 960 different species of Acacia, most of which are located in Australia. Some have thorns and some don't. Other names for the Acacia include Wattle, Thorntree, or Whistling Thorn.
It is an Acacia, Australia's floral emblem
it means acacia tree
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Acacia Senegal Baobab Bermuda Grass Candelabra Tree Elephant Grass Gum Tree Eucalyptus Jackalberry Tree Jarrah tree Kangaroo Paw Manketti Tree River Bushwillow Umbrella Thorn Acacia Whistling Thorn http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/savanna_plant_page.htm
"Acacia" is part of the scientific name for the acacia tree. Specifically, it represents the first part, which is called the genus. The other part is the specific epithet or species. In the United States of America, one of the most common acacia trees is Acacia greggii, whose most widespread common name is catclaw acacia.
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