Faurea delevoyi De Wild.

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Synonyms: subsp. no. 1 sensu Drummond (1975)
Faurea saligna Harv. subsp. B sensu F. White (1962)
Faurea saligna Harv. var. platyphylla Hiern
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Status: Native
Description:
Medium to large evergreen tree; branchlets green and hairless, older branches dark brown. Leaves elliptic-lanceolate to broadly elliptic, mostly up to 13 cm long, rarely up to 20 cm long, glossy-green above, paler green beneath, almost hairless on both surfaces or with a few hairs near the base, midrib prominent beneath often reddish near the base, leaf base decurrent or sometimes with a very short petiole. Flowers in terminal spikes, up to 14 cm long; perianth pale yellow-green, 1 cm long, conspicuously curved upwards, pubescent outside with whitish appressed hairs.
Notes: Faurea delevoyi can be confused with F. saligna but differs by its sessile or subsessile, glossy, non-glaucous, bright green leaves which almost always bear a few long weak hairs towards the base on the lower surface.
Derivation of specific name:
Habitat: In evergreen forest along the edges of streams and river gorges.
Altitude range: (metres) Up to 2000 m
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Worldwide distribution: Angola, Upper Katanga DRC, Tanzania, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe distribution: N,C,E
Growth form(s): Tree.
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Literature:

Burrows, J.E. & Willis, C.K. (eds) (2005). Plants of the Nyika Plateau Southern African Botanical Diversity Network Report No. 31 SABONET, Pretoria Page 229.

Chisumpa, S.M., Brummitt, R.K. & Marner, S. (2006). Proteaceae Flora Zambesiaca 9(3) Pages 56 - 57.

Coates Palgrave K. (revised and updated by Meg Coates Palgrave) (2002). Trees of Southern Africa 3rd edition. Struik, South Africa Page 159.

Mapaura, A. & Timberlake, J. (eds) (2004). A checklist of Zimbabwean vascular plants Southern African Botanical Diversity Network Report No. 33 Sabonet, Pretoria and Harare Page 69.

Marner, S.K. (1989). New an noteworthy species of Faure (Proteaceae) from the evergreen forests of Bulletin du Jardin Botanique National de Belgique 59(3/4) Pages 427 - 428.

Strugnell, A.M. (2006). A Checklist of the Spermatophytes of Mount Mulanje, Malawi Scripta Botanica Belgica 34 National Botanic Garden of Belgium Page 155.


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Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2002-17

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2017). Flora of Zimbabwe: Species information: Faurea delevoyi.
http://www.zimbabweflora.co.zw/speciesdata/species.php?species_id=120670, retrieved 20 November 2017

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