Etymology - Genus: Named for Andreas Caesalpini, 16th century Italian botanist and chief physician to Pope Clement VIII.
Etymology - Species: Having ten petals
Location: Vetal Hill
Description: Spiny, spreading straggler or shrub.Bipinnate leaf with pulvinus petiole and interpetiolate spines. Spines on rachis.Paripinnate leaflets, oblong lamina.Yellow flowers are arranged in raceme at the end of the branch. Young inflorescence shows a foliaceous bract.Small size yellow flower.10 petals in arranged in two layers. Innermost petal is small compared to others and coloured.Flat pods, with pointed tip.