When was The Acacia Strain created?
The Acacia Strain was created in 2001.
"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.
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.