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Tree ID - Acacia stenophylla, Shoestring Acacia

 
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Hi
You have been great identifying other plant questions.
Here's one more.
It is in a parking lot with Palo Verde trees, so desert.
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It looks like Acacia stenophylla, Shoestring Acacia
 
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That's what it looks like. Thanks.
I have seeds in wet tissue yesterday.
 
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