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Acacia flowers (Acacia sp.) with numerous stamens (white, tipped with yellow). The stamens are part of the male reproductive parts of the flower. Acacia trees are numerous in the wooded grasslands of Africa where they provide sustenance for numerous herbivores and a habitat for countless arthropods. They are also found in Australia and throughout the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world.
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