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I found this plant next to a mesquite and a desert willow so lets call it a desert plant.
Sorry I didn't take a picture of the seeds.
Any help appreciated.
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Location: Massachusetts, Zone:6/7, AHS:4, Rainfall:48in even distribution
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Based on those 'fruit' pod and leaves it is in the legume family.
 
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Perhaps an Acacia?  I'm not familiar with the desert species but I'm sure someone more local will ID it more clearly for you.
 
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locust?
 
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