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Robinia

 

(locust), a genus of deciduous trees and shrubs of the family Leguminosae. The stipules are spiny, and the compound leaves are oddly pinnate. The white, pink, and red flowers are in racemes. There are approximately 20 species, distributed mainly in North and Central America. Seven species are cultivated in the USSR. Particularly widespread is the black locust (R. pseudoacacia).

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rubra, and Robinia pseudoacacia, had recruitment into the tree size class on the MLBS plot (Table 3).
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The purpose of the present study was to find suitable physical and chemical parameters to facilitate the qualitative characterization of Romanian robinia honey.
Leaflets entire, stems with paired spines Robinia (Black Locust) at bases of leaves.
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A lot of plant species have been introduced to the nature reserve such as wormwood, robinia, cedar, laurel and pine trees.
Ash and Robinia branches break off in the wind, so you might want to get a tree surgeon to check them.