Tarenna luteola (Stapf) Bremek.

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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
92321005 Feb 2018BT Wursten
P Ballings
BT Wursten
Mixed woodlandMukolo Camp, Kavango River, around campsite207
0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723C4 961Climbing/scrambling, short sidebranches with leaves, bare long branches with fruit-17.87605023.3417607
111644012 Feb 2011JE Burrows
SM Burrows
JE Burrows
SM Burrows
JE Burrows

Ñ 112 km from Tete on N221 to Cassacatiza0Mozambique1533A3 T524Scrambler to 3 m in sand forest, occasional.-15.31000033.1969446
93929016 Jun 2010S Rügheimer
S Rügheimer
S Rügheimer

Growing in shade of large Baikea.Caprivi, Katima Mulilo: Kasheshe.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C1 960Untidy shrub. Stems decussate, opposite. Leaves opposite, elliptic, hairy above and below, drooping. Buds in dense terminal clusters.-17.54361124.1611115
24640225 Nov 2008H Pickering
Mopane woodlandLivingstone: drive past Bakota Sky (Sichinga Road 1974 map) about 500m further on, follow small bicycle path to the left for about 100m, on right1200Zambia1725D4 LL777226S8900
93855005 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines
S Schubert

Caprivi: About 2 km south of old Sabinda on the Linyanti cutline.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723D4 950Shrub; Notes: Shrub, up to 1.2 m high. Common. Fruit in clusters, green when young. Young flowers greenish white. Bark grey.Area of mixed mopane and Terminalia - Combretum woodland. Soils range from clay loams to dystrophic leached sands-17.80833023.8133305
94042028 Feb 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines
S Schubert

Caprivi: About 500 m from the Katima Mulilo road junction on the main Linyanti road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2 946Shrub; Notes: Shrub, up to 1.5 m high. Common. Bark coming off in loose strings. Leaves clumped towards the end of the branchlets. Stipules present, turning black when mature and falling off. Fruit globose, green when young maturing black. Area of open Kalahari woodland with small patch heavier soils occupied by species more typical of of riverine fringe woodlands. Soils leached kalahari sands and clay loams near termitaria.-17.59389024.3058305
83889005 Mar 1997HH Schmidt
HH Schmidt
D Bridson

In Miombo-Terminalia woodland and adjacent dambo areas. Disturbed by cattle grazing and charcoal production. Vertisol soils. Namwala District; Ila National Forest. 11.0 km west of Namwala along motorable dirt track. 0Zambia S950Shrub; 2.0 m, erect, thicket-forming. Stems brown. Leaves with white midvein. Young fruits green, pubescent. Flowers closed with green calyx with white hairs. Common.0
83890001 Mar 1997NB Zimba
NB Zimba
D Bridson

Brown clay-sandy soils in mopane-Combretum woodland. Sinazongwe District; Kaneule Island on Lake Kariba. 1990Zambia1727B3 S530Shrub to 2 m, common. Stems with grey bark. Leaves deep green, pale on the underside. Fruits deep green.-17.30000027.6000004
14250010 Jan 1997MA Hyde
WoodlandC. 33 km peg from Golden Valley to Sanyati
0Zimbabwe1829B1 QK697940C10000
83888019 Mar 1996B Luwiika
B Luwiika
B Luwiika
Senanga District; On the road to Kalabo in Mutemwa forest 3.6 km N from the Kalonga Ferry. 0Zambia B1050Approx. 4.5 m tall; stems greyish black; leaves smooth, dark green; fruits dark green forming clusters.0

Total records found: 10

Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave 2007-22

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2022). Flora of Mozambique: Species information: Records of: Tarenna luteola.
https://www.mozambiqueflora.com/speciesdata/species-display.php?species_id=155220, retrieved 4 July 2022

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