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Ask RiotACT: What type of tree is this?

By Jess - 23 October 2017 5

Hi All.

I was hoping the RiotACT brains trust could help in identifying what type of tree this is?

It is a deciduous tree, and has a white blossom. There are a heap of these trees in Napier Close in Deakin.

Thanks,

Jess

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dungfungus 9:29 pm 24 Oct 17

Catanat said :

Robinia pseudoacacia or Black Locust. They grow all over Canberra.

I don’t think there are any in Tuggers but we don’t have a tram either.

Catanat 2:48 pm 24 Oct 17

Robinia pseudoacacia or Black Locust. They grow all over Canberra.

Bolbi 6:57 pm 23 Oct 17

According to the street tree index at http://www.actbeekeepers.asn.au/pdfs/ACT-STREET-TREES-1.pdf it is Robinia pseudoacacia, with the common name as gbass suggested. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robinia_pseudoacacia

dungfungus 6:53 pm 23 Oct 17

Catalpa bignonioides or Indian Bean Tree.

gbass 4:45 pm 23 Oct 17

Little hard to tell from the picture, but maybe a Black Locust – False acacia?

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