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New taxa, new records and name changes for southern African plants

B. C. de Wet, R. Archer, L. Fish, G. Germishuizen, P. P. Herman, M. Jordaan, S. M. Perold, C. Reid, J. van Rooy, W. G. Welman, H. F. Glen
Bothalia | Vol 21, No 2 | a886 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v21i2.886 | © 1991 B. C. de Wet, R. Archer, L. Fish, G. Germishuizen, P. P. Herman, M. Jordaan, S. M. Perold, C. Reid, J. van Rooy, W. G. Welman, H. F. Glen | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 15 October 1991 | Published: 15 October 1991

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B. C. de Wet, National Botanical Institute, South Africa
R. Archer, National Botanical Institute
L. Fish, National Botanical Institute, South Africa
G. Germishuizen, National Botanical Institute, South Africa
P. P. Herman, National Botanical Institute, South Africa
M. Jordaan, National Botanical Institute, South Africa
S. M. Perold, National Botanical Institute, South Africa
C. Reid, National Botanical Institute, South Africa
J. van Rooy, National Botanical Institute, South Africa
W. G. Welman, National Botanical Institute, South Africa
H. F. Glen, National Botanical Institute, South Africa

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Abstract

Additions and alterations to the inventory of about 26 000 plant taxa in southern Africa are reported for the period from February 1990 to February 1991. In this period a total of 1 080 alterations have been recorded. These changes result from the continual surveying of taxonomic literature received by the library of the National Botanical Institute.


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