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Vegetation of the Tembe Elephant Park, Maputaland, South Africa
A hierarchical classification, vegetation map, description and ecological interpretation of the plant communities of the Tembe Elephant Park and surrounding areas are presented. The study area fallsExpand
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Biodiversity of the Maputaland Centre
The Maputaland Centre [MC] of endemism comprises the northernmost part of the Tongaland-Pondoland Regional Mosaic. With the exception of the narrow Lebombo Range which rises to an elevation of someExpand
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Vegetation of the Sileza Nature Reserve and neighbouring areas, South Africa, and its importance in conserving the woody grasslands of the Maputaland Centre of Endemism
An analysis of the plant communities of the Sileza Nature Reserve and surrounding areas (± 4 124 ha) is presented. The study area falls within the Maputaland Centre o f Endemism, which is part ot theExpand
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Endemic flora of the north-eastern Transvaal Escarpment, South Africa
Abstract The endemic seed plant flora of the north-eastern Transvaal Escarpment (part of the Afromontane Region) is assessed in terms of the region's lithology (mainly rocks of the TransvaalExpand
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Phanerozoic evolution of plants on the African plate
Abstract The Phanerozoic has witnessed major changes, with Africa being an integral part of supercontinental landmass agglomeration forming Gondwana, its amalgamation with smaller landmasses to formExpand
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Documented Utility and Biocultural Value of Aloe L. (Asphodelaceae): A Review
Documented Utility and Biocultural Value ofAloeL. (Asphodelaceae): A Review. The genus Aloe L. (Asphodelaceae) comprises 548 accepted species, of which at least one-third are documented as havingExpand
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A revised generic classification for Aloe (Xanthorrhoeaceae subfam. Asphodeloideae)
The predominantly southern African Xanthorrhoeaceae subfam. Asphodeloideae (Asphodelaceae subfam. Alooideae) has long been regarded as comprising seven so-called alooid genera (Aloe, Astroloba,Expand
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Molecular phylogenetic analysis of Eugenia L. (Myrtaceae), with emphasis on southern African taxa
Abstract.With approximately 1000 species, Eugenia s.str. (excluding Syzygium) is one of the largest genera in the Myrtaceae. Morphological and anatomical studies concluded that two supraspecificExpand
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