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Mimosa Host. Identification (PIC)
    #1002999 - 10/29/02 01:00 PM (18 years, 10 months ago)

so i spotted tons of what i think are mimosa host plants/trees coming back from campus so i stopped today and ripped off a leaf section and a seed pod. here they are.


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Re: Mimosa Host. Identification (PIC) [Re: Eightball]
    #1003255 - 10/29/02 03:14 PM (18 years, 10 months ago)

hi! i think i know this tree... this is a HUGE tree, isn't it? with white/yellow globular flowers...
well, even if it's not what i think it is, i'm sure this is not m. hostilis. but that doesn't mean it is not of interest - it seems closely related to anadenantheras and mimosas...
BTW, where are you from?


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Re: Mimosa Host. Identification (PIC) [Re: felixhigh]
    #1003778 - 10/29/02 06:51 PM (18 years, 10 months ago)

florida. i might try to snag a sample from one of the other p,ants i drove by. this one seemed to not have those enlongated seed pods like the others did.


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Re: Mimosa Host. Identification (PIC) [Re: Eightball]
    #1004156 - 10/29/02 09:14 PM (18 years, 10 months ago)

oh man, take it easy! i see you've got a scientific spirit but i think you won't find m. hostilis no matter how hard you look for it. you're looking in the wrong place. i think you can find it from mexico to brazil or perhaps uruguay. anyways, do these trees occur naturally over there?


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Re: Mimosa Host. Identification (PIC) [Re: felixhigh]
    #1005752 - 10/30/02 12:11 PM (18 years, 10 months ago)

i'm pretty sure they can be found here in florida.  i'll snag another plant, you'll see  :grin:


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Re: Mimosa Host. Identification (PIC) [Re: Eightball]
    #1007729 - 10/30/02 10:02 PM (18 years, 10 months ago)

it is very interesting to see that these trees grow here in south america and in florida as well... actually i wouldn't really doubt if one finds anadenanthera peregrina in florida as these trees have spread from south america into the islands up to cuba.
i will sure investigate better this one, they're just flowering right now, pods should come soon...
please let us see the elongated pods!
good luck in your hunt!


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Re: Mimosa Host. Identification (PIC) [Re: felixhigh]
    #1008300 - 10/31/02 12:36 AM (18 years, 10 months ago)

Up here in Missouri we have a tree called a Honey Locust, they come with and without red thorns. Are they of any intrest? They have seed pods that are about six inchs long. There leves look like the mimosa as well.


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Re: Mimosa Host. Identification (PIC) [Re: philosopher]
    #1009043 - 10/31/02 04:58 AM (18 years, 10 months ago)

I had a mimosa at a wedding i went to recently  :grin:
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Re: Mimosa Host. Identification (PIC) [Re: Eightball]
    #1041602 - 11/10/02 08:30 PM (18 years, 10 months ago)

high bud! where are the elongated pods and the other pics?
well, anyways i've done my research and found what tree it is an enterolobium contortisiliquum, also known as timbauva around SA. it's fruit (pod) is known to be toxic to cattle and known to be an abhortive agent even in low quantities (to caws). anyways, perhaps there might be some tryptamines in it's pod/seeds...
i've found this link here http://www.cnpgc.embrapa.br/publicacoes/livros/plantastoxicas/24ximbuva.html
it is in portuguese and it basically contains what i've said above..


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