Rinorea angustifolia (Thouars) Baill.
subsp. ardisiiflora (Oliv.) Grey-Wilson

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Mozambique records: View all records (12)

Records of this taxon from Mozambique 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
112230027 Nov 2008JE Burrows
SM Burrows
JE Burrows
SM Burrows
10835
JE Burrows
K

LMA

BNRH

Quiterajo, track through middle of Namacubi (Banana) Forest, northern edge of forest.0Mozambique1140C4 N125Evergreen shrub to 2 m tall, in understorey of dry semi-deciduous forest on sandy soils. Fls white. Scarce.-11.76277840.3386117
112231025 Nov 2008JE Burrows
SM Burrows
JE Burrows
SM Burrows
10767
JE Burrows
K

LMA

BNRH

Namacubi Forest (the Banana Forest), west of Quiterajo.0Mozambique1140C4 N90Evergreen shrub 1-1.5 m high; occasional in understorey of dry coastal sand forest dominated by Guibourtia schliebenii, the understorey dominated by Memecylon spp., Warneckea spp. and Strychnos spp.-11.76527840.3958337
112226008 Oct 2007JE Burrows
GA Wahlert
JE Burrows
10151
GA Wahlert
BNRH

Chiniziua Forest just W of crossing over Chiniziua River, ca.36 km from main road.0Mozambique1835C3 MS0Sepals green, petals and anther appendages white, in bud (some flowers). Common shrub in understory of seasonally dry evergreen forest. Vernacular name: suissi, in Massena language. No known medicinal uses. Leaf tissue taken for DNA analysis.-18.97111135.1061117
112227008 Oct 2007JE Burrows
GA Wahlert
JE Burrows
10160
GA Wahlert
BNRH

MU

Cheringoma Plateau. 4 km east of Chiniziua River crossing.0Mozambique1835C3 MS127Up to 1.5 m tall, sepals green, petals and anther appendages white, in flower and bud. Common shrub in understory of seasonally dry evergreen forest. Vernacular name: suissi, in Massena language. No known medicinal uses. Leaf tissue taken for DNA-18.93611135.1558337
19077411 Mar 2007BT Wursten
JE Burrows
SM Burrows
M Coates Palgrave
P Ballings
M Lötter
JE Burrows
SM Burrows
JSB10046
SM Burrows
BNRH

In understorey of sand forestNear Chiniziuwa River, Cheringoma0Mozambique1835C3 MS140Dominant understorey shrub to 1 m tall in dry sand forest. -18.97075035.1085506
112229011 Mar 2007JE Burrows
SM Burrows
JE Burrows
SM Burrows
10046
SM Burrows
BNRH

Chiniziua area, Cheringoma Plateau.0Mozambique1835C3 MS140Dominant understorey shrub to 1 m tall in dry sand forest.2
112228026 Dec 2006JE Burrows
SM Burrows
JE Burrows
SM Burrows
9808
JE Burrows
BNRH

Ca. 12 km from Quionga and road to Rovuma River ferry.0Mozambique1040C2 N57Shrubby small tree to 3 m high, in coastal forest/thicket on sands. Fls white. Occasional. , Occurrence: occasional-10.60055640.4186117

Total records found: 7



Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave 2007-20

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2020). Flora of Mozambique: Species information: Records of: Rinorea angustifolia.
https://www.mozambiqueflora.com/speciesdata/species-display.php?species_id=170070, retrieved 4 August 2020

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