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Dichrostachys cinerea
also called a Bell mimosa and has one more synonym

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  1. Chinese lantern tree, Kalahari Christmas tree (South Africa) or a sicklebush, is a legume of the genus Dichrostachys in the Fabaceae family

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  2. The generic name ‘Dichrostachys’ means '2-coloured spike’, and ‘cinerea’ refers to the greyish hairs of the typical subspecies, obtained from the Greek ‘konis’ and the Latin ‘cineres’

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  3. Fruit and seeds that grow on Dichrostachys cinerea are edible

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  4. native mostly to Africa and parts of Southeast Asia in the following countries

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  5. a semi-deciduous to deciduous tree characterised by bark on young branches, dark grey-brown fissures on older branches and stems and smooth on the spines

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