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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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Dalai RC, Harms BP, Krull ES, Wang WJ, Mathers NJ (2005I) Total soil organic matter and its labile pools following mulga (Acacia aneura) clearing for pasture development and cropping.
Tracts of sand there are, and areas almost as bare, on which only spinifex and mulga grow, but here and there are grassy glades in which wild horses and wild camels, strays from the white man's service, roam, together with groups of the so-called blacks, the aborigines.
Mulga TCK doneminde hem magdur hem de fail bakimindan ozellik gosteren ve tartismali olan bir diger husus evlilik birligi icerisinde kocanin karisinin "irzina gecmesinin" mumkun olup olmadigiydi (23).
Karan tyani achya samajala already 4 muli dilya aahet aani tyamule tyana mulga honyacha hakka aahe asa mala vatata (Because they have already given four daughters to our society so they have the right to wish for a boy)."
Departing Charleville, you'll travel west through an avenue of mulga trees and on to Quilpie, famous for its magnificent opals.
Clinical & pathological aspects of a fatal case of mulga (pseudechis australis) snake bite.
As an example, words have been highlighted in these review comments from HarperCollins Publishers (2008) about Niland and Niland's (1993) version of Mulga Bill's bicycle:
Four RC holes for 462m were completed on EL 6783 (Mulga Tank).
You could try something stereotypically Australian but with an appealing narrative such as Banjo Patterson's Mulga Bill's Bicycle or The Man from Snowy River.
Rene Redzepi excitedly tells me about the Mulga tree (a small native shrub) and the Goanna lizard he discovered while out foraging.
Fragment 11 and 14, with their dry, baked edges and pale green and white slips thinly brushed over the terracotta base, call to mind not only the surface of Uluru but the delicacy of the mulga trees and spinifex mounds at the rock's base.