Family: Fabaceae (Mimosaceae)
Common Name: ayangaw, akleng-parang, payhud
Reference: Indi Journal
Origin: indigenous to India to Southern China, Southeast Asia (including the Philippines), Papua New Guinea and Australia
- I will see when the leaves come out whether it really is an ayangaw or whether it has been misidentified! <– it wasn’t misidentified!
- This is the only one in the farm. It’s one of the tallest trees and even though it’s leafless, it is very popular with the birds!
- I have seen Coppersmith Barbets, White-breasted Woodswallows, Philippine Bulbuls, Black-naped Orioles and Olive-backed Sunbirds perched on this tree.
- Fast-growing, nitrogen-fixing pioneer species. Good for reforestation of dry areas.
- New tree will grow from exposed wood. Good for living fence.
- It has the potential to become a weed in some areas because of its aggressive growth
- In the absence of regular burning it will colonize cogon (imperata) grassland.
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ask ko lang ho kung may alam kayong source ng ng Akleng Parang Tree? number ko po 09266650493 Thanks
Sorry, wala akong source ng Akleng Parang.
Where is your location. There are matured trees growing in the wild at the highlands of Tuba, Benguet.
We have this tree in batangas
sir Noel, where is your location in Batangas? Do you have available seeds?
You can check Lazada.
S shopee po meron
hi! sir i am a forestry graduating student ask ko lang ho kung may alam po kayo saan nakakabili ng Mangkono seeds po. Gagamitin kopo sana sa Thesis. Salamat po. pkitxt nalang po ako or call salamat po ulit. 09262295110
Hi, I don’t know where to get seeds. I bought seedlings only.
Mgkano po seedlings at saan.makakabili
sa Lazada meron. https://www.lazada.com.ph/shop/plantasia-seeds-and-hydroponics/?spm=a2o4l.pdp.seller.1.7de8403dJCp9ZL&itemId=1071976703&channelSource=pdp
May i ask po kung may binhi weno mabalin imula nga akleng parang weno adaan