Details of record no: 71851

Duosperma quadrangulare (Klotzsch) Brummitt

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Record details:

Date: 13 Jun 2015
Recorder(s):J Guyton
Collector(s):J Guyton
Determiner(s):BT Wursten
Location: North of the northern Park boundary
Location code(s): 14
Outing code: 41
Planted code: Not planted
Country: Mozambique
Quarter Degree Square: 1834B3
Grid reference:
FZ Division: MS
Altitude (metres): 0
Notes: Erect branching herb with square stems. Leaves are grey-green and finely hairy when young. Stems are also finely hairy. Whole plant is very fragrant. Flowers are lavender and white, with yellow and purple markings inside, 3 lobes on lower lip, 1 lobe on upper. Large almond shaped leaves, slightly serrated, growing at the nodes. Branches carry smaller leaves along with flower buds.
Latitude, Longitude: -18.380000, 34.515300
Location Accuracy Code: 7

Map of species record

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: Individual record no: 71851: Duosperma quadrangulare., retrieved 27 October 2021

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