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Acacia rigidula is native to Mexico and the southern U.S. (Texas) and is closely related to Acacia berlandieri. Common names for it are Black Brush and Chaparro Prieto. It is a perennial tree which is not listed as being threatened.  It grows 1.5-4.6m tall.
Some chemical compounds found in Acacia rigidula
Farmers might want to avoid letting livestock consume excessive quantities of A. rigidula, especially in autumn, since doing so may result in decreased fertility in the animals.
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