Records made by Austaller

Records: 7

The following is a list of the records made by Austaller in species name order.

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NoSpeciesRecord dateRecorder(s)Coll.Det.Conf.HerbariaHabitatLocationLoc code(s) Outing codePlanted code Country QDSGrid ref.FZ DivAlt. (m)NotesLatLongLoc Acc Code
93953 Antidesma venosum 26 May 1999 ES Klaassen
S Austaller
BA Curtis
C Mannheimer 745 S Bartsch WIND
Caprivi: Next to road past Hippo Lodge. 0 Namibia (Caprivi Strip) 1724C2 0

2500 cm high; Shrub; Notes: Exposure: semi-shade. Perennial. Common. Leaves: large, obovate, alternate, dark glossy green above, hairy below, with leathery texture. Stems and bark: no latex. Fruits: small berries as long as terminal inflorescences. Other: shrub with drooping branches growing in shade of Terminalia sericea.

0.000000 0.000000 5
95556 Clematis brachiata 25 May 1999 C Mannheimer
ES Klaassen
S Austaller
BA Curtis
C Mannheimer 739 K Singh WIND
Caprivi: Campsite No.1, Mudumo National Park. 0 Namibia (Caprivi Strip) 1823A2 0

Creeper; Notes: In dark grey sandy soil. Exposure: semi-shade. Uncommon. Flowers: in axillary and terminal sprays; petals 4, creamy-white, anthers numerous; very attractive, with lovely perfume. Leaves: compound, imparipinnate, serrate - crenate and lobed. Branches opposite.

-18.125000 23.375000 2
93976 Crossopteryx febrifuga 26 May 1999 ES Klaassen
S Austaller
BA Curtis
C Mannheimer 744 S Bartsch WIND
Caprivi: Next to road past Hippo Lodge. 0 Namibia (Caprivi Strip) 1724C2 0

1000 cm high; Tree; Notes: Exposure: semi-shade. Perennial. Slender tree. Uncommon. Flowers: ovary inferior. Leaves: ovate, pubescent, with distinct venation below. Fruits are berries in terminal clusters, green becoming black when ripe, with small persistent calyx.

0.000000 0.000000 5
95642 Erythrococca menyharthii 26 May 1999 C Mannheimer
ES Klaassen
S Austaller
BA Curtis
ES Klaassen 179 S Austaller WIND
Caprivi: On road to Linyanti. 0 Namibia (Caprivi Strip) 1823B3 0

Shrub; Notes: Exposure: full sun. Perennial. Uncommon. Height: 1 m. Leaves: opposite, olive green, very hairy, soft to touch, serrate. Stem greenish white, very pubescent. Fruit 3-locular, green. Other: loamy sandy soil. Along road verge.

0.000000 0.000000 2
95647 Hibiscus cannabinus 25 May 1999 C Mannheimer
ES Klaassen
S Austaller
BA Curtis
C Mannheimer 741 S Bartsch WIND
Caprivi: Mamili Game Reserve floodplain. 0 Namibia (Caprivi Strip) 1823B3 0

170 cm high; Notes: Exposure: full sun. Annual. Localized. Flowers: quite small for Hibiscus, creamy yellow, 4 cm in diameter when open; centre dark purple. Calyx glandular. Epicalyx lobes appear to be 7. Leaves: 3-lobed. Other: erect, sturdy annual.

-18.375000 23.625000 2
93794 Phyllanthus reticulatus var. reticulatus 25 May 1999 C Mannheimer
ES Klaassen
S Austaller
BA Curtis
ES Klaassen 175 HH Kolberg WIND
Caprivi: Namushasha turn-off, about 3 km before lodge. 0 Namibia (Caprivi Strip) 1723C4 0

Shrub; Notes: Exposure: full sun. Perennial. Relatively common. Height: 2 m. Flowers: axillary buds. Leaves: alternate, soft, pubescent, whitish green. Stipules present. Stems and bark: brown, hairy. Other: sandy soil along road verge.

-17.875000 23.375000 5
95654 Vernonia glabra var. glabra 26 May 1999 C Mannheimer
ES Klaassen
S Austaller
BA Curtis
ES Klaassen 177 ES Klaassen WIND
Caprivi Strip: Road verge in the vicinity of Nkasa Island, Mamili National Park. 0 Namibia (Caprivi Strip) 1823B3 0

Shrub; Notes: Perennial shrub. Height: 1 m. Occurrence: abundant. Flower: flowerheads purple, terminal clusters. Leaves: alternate, margin serrate, grey-green, hairy. Other: sandy soil along road verge. Exposure: full sun.

-18.400000 23.616670 2


Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2002-20

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2020). Flora of Zimbabwe: Records made by Austaller.
https://www.zimbabweflora.co.zw/speciesdata/utilities/utility-display-records-by-person.php?person_id=1123, retrieved 10 July 2020

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