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Plant ID x3

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Hello.

 

I greet you in the Love and in the Light.

 

I need some help to identify the following unknown plants.

 

Guesses are fine. Anything to help me narrow down my options would be appreciated.

 

If you require any further information or additional photos of certain sections of any plant, please let me know.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Infinite Love and Light

PLANT LOCATIONS

 

BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA

 

UNKNOWN PLANT #1

 

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UNKNOWN PLANT #2

 

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UNKNOWN PLANT #3

 

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#3 might be acacia falcata

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#2 I keep thinking some kind of Pepper tree but dunnoz 

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#2 I'm thinking Jacaranda

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#1 I would say a Cassia of some sort ?! 

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#2 now that I've put on glasses and I can see..not a jacaranda!

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#2 Might be Tipuana tipu?

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Thanks for everyone's input.

 

So far I've concluded that Plant #1 is most likely a Sena Tora or possibly Senna Obtusifolia.

 

Plant #2 I think may be a Leucaena Eucocephala or possibly a Acacia Karoo. Is anyone able to comment?

 

Plant #3 possibly an Acaia of some sort. Any Acaia experts able to chime in?

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I think you're probably spot on with plant #1, though could it be another legume, a good ol' fashion goober (Arachis hypogaea)?

Edited by CunningPlatypus
clarification

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