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Acacia falcata is a perennial shrub or tree found in Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Some common names for it are Burra, Sally, Sickle-shaped Acacia and Silver-leaved Wattle. It grows up to 4m tall.
Additional recommended knowledge
Australian indigenous people use the bark to make a liniment for treating ailments of the skin. A. falcata is excellent for stabilizing barren sand. The bark is important in the tanning industry.
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