Newtonia hildebrandtii (Vatke) Torre
var. hildebrandtii

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Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii

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Sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park

Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park

Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park

Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park

Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park

Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park

Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park

Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park

Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park

Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park

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Synonyms: Piptadenia hidebrandtii Vatke
Common names: Lowveld newtonia (English)
Frequency:
Status: Native
Description:
Large deciduous tree. Leaves with 4-7 pairs of pinnae; leaflets in 6-19 pairs per pinna, linear-oblong, hairless or nearly so; rhachis with glands between each pair of pinnae. Flowers in axillary spikes up to 9 cm long, creamy-white. Pods up to 30 cm long, flat, wine-red when mature, splitting on one side and opening out flat. Seeds up to 6 cm long surrounded by a reddish-brown papery wing.
Notes: See var. pubescens for comparison.
Derivation of specific name: hildebrandtii: named after J.M. Hildebrandt (1847-1881), German Botanist and collector in East Africa and Madagascar.
Habitat: In sandforest and woodland, usually near rivers on deep sandy soils.
Altitude range: (metres) Up to 600 m
Flowering time:Oct - Nov
Worldwide distribution: From Kenya southwards to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Zimbabwe distribution: S
Growth form(s): Tree.
Endemic status:
Red data list status:
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Content last updated: Sunday 17 August 2014
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Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2002-14

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2014). Flora of Zimbabwe: Species information: Newtonia hildebrandtii var. hildebrandtii.
http://www.zimbabweflora.co.zw/speciesdata/species.php?species_id=126410, retrieved 31 August 2014

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