Marsdenia macrantha (Klotzsch) Schltr.

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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
101293007 Dec 2018BT Wursten
IAI Nuvunga
GB Chindere
AA Amade
CF Nhancale
AF Wilssone
BT Wursten
Evergreen ForestPicada da dona Candida, Moribane Forest84
56
0Mozambique1933C2 MS553-19.74479033.3225607
91567031 Jan 2018BT Wursten
P Ballings
BT Wursten
Mixed mopane woodlandB8 to Ngoma
51
0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724D3 932-17.86374024.6591107
69297313 Jan 2016BT Wursten
P Ballings
BT Wursten
Growing from a crack in the pavement on a bridgeSvisvi River Bridge, Gokwe District.0Zimbabwe1828B2 N880Small stunted specimen-18.07335028.7739407
84332528 Apr 2015MA Hyde
M Coates Palgrave
TM Müller
MA Hyde
15.118.06
DJ Goyder
TCT-Catapú

In sand forestVia Lavu, Catapu, Mozambique82
35
0Mozambique1835A1 MS80Large, paired fruits. Sap milky.-18.06164035.2088507
108651012 Nov 2014JE Burrows
SM Burrows
JE Burrows
14374
JE Burrows
LMA

BNRH

59 km from Mapinhane on road to Mabote.0Mozambique2234B1 GI169Climber with latex in Maclura pomifera, flowers white, with a smell of pop-corn; rare in mixed semi-deciduous coastal plain woodland on reddish sandy soils.-x000D- -22.16295034.6115176
108650031 Oct 2013W McCleland
W McCleland
916
W McCleland
WAG

BNRH

Moatize.0Mozambique1633B1 T131Herbaceous climber into canopy of large Xanthocercis zambesiaca. Flowers pale creamy green. Growing in tall thicket on alluvial soils adjacent to a floodplain lake.-16.19866033.6469706
27085208 Jan 2010MA Hyde
BT Wursten
Rocky woodland at top of steep slopeClose to the lodges, Sinamatella, Hwange NP5
6
0Zimbabwe1826C2 W980In flower-18.58660026.3157000
22802218 Dec 2005C Wenham
DJ Goyder
Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve.300Zimbabwe2131B2 S00
94432003 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines
1143
MM Uiras
WIND

Caprivi: About 9 km south-east of Bukalo on the main Bukalo - Muyako road on the south-side of Bukalo channel.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C4 933Creeper; Notes: Common creeper. Usually found on plants associated with small termite mounds. Latex is opaque, not milky. Flowers greenish - cream coloured. When young petals are twisted, many ants on nectaries in flowers. Mixed mopane woodland with numerous small pans. Soils, clay, clay loams.-17.79750024.4861104
95595001 Dec 1990GL Maggs
GL Maggs
871
S Bartsch
WIND

Caprivi: East Caprivi. Mvubu Camp on bank of Kwando River near Balelwa.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1823A2 0Creeper; Notes: Woody creeper, twining in shrubby undergrowth. Leaves paired, ovate elliptic with pale yellow pubscence. Flowers apparantly solitary, axcillary, 10 mm long, perianth segs, cream-green, furry, recurved.-18.12500023.3750002
94527028 Feb 1982MAN Müller
MAN Müller
1804
S Bartsch
WIND

Caprivi: Katima Mulilo. 15 km from Bukalo on turn-off to Muyako, along main road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724D1 0Notes: Woody twiner on Acacia nigrescens. Flowers cream-coloured. Fruit 2-loculed.-17.62500024.6250004
731620 0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1823A2 0Cited in Bruyns (2014), Apocynaceae of Namibia2
731630 0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C4 0Cited in Bruyns (2014), Apocynaceae of Namibia2
731640 0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724D1 0Cited in Bruyns (2014), Apocynaceae of Namibia2

Total records found: 14



Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave 2007-21

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2021). Flora of Mozambique: Species information: Records of: Marsdenia macrantha.
https://www.mozambiqueflora.com/speciesdata/species-display.php?species_id=147060, retrieved 19 September 2021

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