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The vegetation ecology of the Eastern Transvaal Escarpment in the Sabie area. 3. Annotated checklist

G. B. Deall, A. P. Backer
Bothalia | Vol 19, No 1 | a946 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v19i1.946 | © 1989 G. B. Deall, A. P. Backer | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 18 October 1989 | Published: 18 October 1989

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G. B. Deall, Botanical Research Institute., South Africa
A. P. Backer, Botanical Research Institute., South Africa

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Abstract

Over 1 000 plant taxa occumng in a 1 300 km; belt transect extending from Hazyview (530 m elevation) to Mount Anderson (2 280 m elevation) in the Sabie area of the Eastern Transvaal Escarpment are listed by genus, with species arranged alphabetically within genera. Annotations include genus author, species author, growth form, habitat, collector and specimen number Floristic analysis shows the Asteraceae as representing the largest family, followed by the Fabaceae. Poaceae. Rubiaceae and Liliaceae Flonstic affinities are briefly discussed.

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Checklist; Eastern Transvaal Escarpment. Sabie area

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