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Related to mulga: Acacia aneura

mulga

Austral
1. scrub comprised of a dense growth of acacia
2. the outback; bush

mulga

Austral
any of various Australian acacia shrubs, esp Acacia aneura, which grows in the central desert regions and has leaflike leafstalks
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We headed off north through yet more vast wheat fields broken by mallee and mulga scrub and salt flats.
He begins with his childhood in waterless mulga country, and ends when he and his wife leave for the city in the 1950s.
There had been the schoolboy, whose behaviour provoked teachers to petition for his exclusion, and then there was the usual drifting between jobs and bands, a mode of living perhaps inherited from his father, the Australian bushman, Mulga Mike Hester, and his mother, Ann, a jazz drummer.
The Bilby brothers will be releasing bilbies into a feral-animal-free, 25-square kilometre enclosure of mulga and clay pans in the relatively new National Park.
Fossil features of mulga Acacia aneura landscapes: possible imprinting by extinct Pleistocene fauna.
Twas Mulga Bill from Eaglehawk, that caught the cycling craze.
Ar ddyddiau distaw aed a mi i Gwm Barossa, blasu Bundy (Bundaberg Rum), yn y Clare Races; mwytho koalas ym Mharc Bywyd Gwyllt Cleland; gwingo o weld nadroedd Mulga yn sw Adelaide, coginio cacennau, berwi cennyn a meistroli offer fferm i gyd o fewn deng wythnos
63) 1928 yihndan 1964 yihna kadar Turk Vatandashk hukukunu duzenlemis bulunan 1312 sayili mulga TVK'nun 13.
From Boggy Hole we watched the territory change again and followed wild camel pads among the mulga bushes.
Further to the east, Mulga Rocks style sandstone hosted targets within younger sediments overlying Achaean rocks also exist.
Landholders have always been able to clear mulga for fodder for livestock, but it s the other clearing I m concerned about, particularly other clearing in the Great Barrier Reef catchments.