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Acacia laeta is a perennial shrub or tree growing to a height of 4-10m. Its flowers are yellow to creamy white and they appear near the end of the rainiest part of the year. It is native to Africa and the Middle East.
Additional recommended knowledge
Parts of the tree are used for dyestuff.
The tree is used for fodder; the foliage and seed pods make good forage for livestock and the tree stands up well to this use.
It produces an edible gum. 
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