Anisotes formosissimus (Klotzsch) Milne-Redh.

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Records of this taxon from all countries are shown in the table below. Cases where the taxon is native, naturalised, possibly planted or definitely planted are all listed.

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Record number No of images Record date Recorder(s) Coll. Det. Conf. Herbaria Habitat Location Loc code(s) Outing code Planted code Country QDS Grid ref. FZ Div Alt. (m) Notes Lat Long Loc Acc Code
9850602 Aug 2018BT Wursten
AB Potter
I Kuziel
BT Wursten
In open deciduous woodland Sanctuary, Gorongosa National Park 140Mozambique1834C4 MS73-18.98436034.2613906
9850961 Aug 2018BT Wursten
AB Potter
BT Wursten
BT Wursten


Margin of sandforest Along sandforest loop, Gorongosa National Park 140Mozambique1834C4 MS37-18.96179034.3421207
73932113 Jul 2016F Gear
F Gear
BT Wursten
In mixed deciduous woodland.Along sanctuary fence line by road from entrance gate to Chitengo Camp, Gorongosa National Park. 140Mozambique1934A2 MS44-19.00812034.2709007
53592031 Aug 2013M Coates Palgrave
B Clegg
M Coates Palgrave
B Clegg
Dolerite rocky koppiesMalilangwe Wildlife Reserve300Zimbabwe2131B2 S322-21.09318331.8348837
53469029 Aug 2013M Coates Palgrave
K van Laeren
B Clegg
Sandveld/disturbed acacia woodlandHippo Valley Wildlife reserve1590Zimbabwe2131B2 S344-21.06826731.7939837
108299014 Jun 2010SM Burrows
JE Burrows
SM Burrows
JE Burrows

Ca. 17 km NW of Mapai on road to Pafuri, south of the Limpopo River.0Mozambique2231D2 GI156Much-branched, multi-stemmed shrub to 1.2 m high; forming colonies, on arid alluvial flats in degraded mixed deciduous thicket-woodland mosaic. Flowers pink.-22.72583331.8486117

Total records found: 6

Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2002-22

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2022). Flora of Zimbabwe: Species information: Records of: Anisotes formosissimus., retrieved 3 October 2022

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