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Vachellia cornigera, commonly known as bullhorn acacia (family Fabaceae), is a swollen-thorn tree native to Mexico and Central America. The common name of "bullhorn" refers to the enlarged, hollowed-out, swollen thorns (technically called stipular spines) that occur in pairs at the base of leaves, and resemble the horns of a steer. In Yucatán (one region where the bullhorn acacia thrives) it is called "subín", in Panamá the locals call them "cachito" (little horn). The trees are commonly found in wet lowlands

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  • Vachellia cornigera, commonly known as bullhorn acacia (family Fabaceae), is a swollen-thorn tree native to Mexico and Central America. The common name of "bullhorn" refers to the enlarged, hollowed-out, swollen thorns (technically called stipular spines) that occur in pairs at the base of leaves, and resemble the horns of a steer. In Yucatán (one region where the bullhorn acacia thrives) it is called "subín", in Panamá the locals call them "cachito" (little horn). The trees are commonly found in wet lowlands
  • Acacia cornigera, el cuernecillo,​ árbol del cuerno,​ cornezuelo, cuerno de toro o cucharilla, es un arbusto de la familia de las fabáceas.
  • Vachellia cornigera est un arbre tropical et subtropical de la famille des Fabacées. Communément appelé Acacia corne de bœuf, c'est une espèce de Vachellia aux épines gonflées originaire du Mexique et de l'Amérique centrale. Le nom commun corne de bœuf fait référence à ses épines recourbées et évidées (techniquement appelées épines stipulaires) qui apparaissent par deux en bas de la feuille et qui ressemblent aux cornes de cet animal. Au Yucatán (l'une des régions où cet acacia prolifère), on le nomme subín. Au Panama, les indigènes le nomment "cachito" (petite corne). Cet arbre peut atteindre jusqu'à 10 mètres de haut.
  • Acacia cornigera (L.) Willd., 1806 è una pianta appartenente alla famiglia delle Mimosaceae (o Fabaceae secondo la classificazione APG), originaria di Messico e Centroamerica.
  • Acacia cornigera é uma espécie de leguminosa do gênero Acacia, pertencente à família Fabaceae.
  • Acacia cornigera är en ärtväxtart som först beskrevs av Carl von Linné, och fick sitt nu gällande namn av Carl Ludwig von Willdenow. Acacia cornigera ingår i släktet akacior, och familjen ärtväxter. Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.
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