is a deciduous shrub,1.5-3m in height, with gray-green barks, that
occurs in wastelands, dry riverbeds, forest edges, or roadsides.
Leaves are of alternate phyllotaxis, of an imparipinnate compound
leaf, 7-20cm long, with narrow wings on leaflets' common stalks. The
brochures are 6-11 paired, 1.5-5cm long, 6-15cm wide, in the shape
of broad lanceolate or oblong, with tips tapering to points, bases
cuneate, and delicate, obtuse serrations on margins. Corymbs appear
on branch tips and densely set many yellow-green flowers in them.
Fruit parts in three, 4-5mm long, spherical, and mature brown in
September-October. Bloom time: July-August.