Collections made by Tjiteere

Records: 4

The following is a list of the records made by Tjiteere in species name order. The records are of species which occur in Mozambique (either as a native/naturalised species or as a cultivated species).

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NoSpeciesRecord dateRecorder(s)Coll.Det.Conf.HerbariaHabitatLocationLoc code Outing codePlanted code Country QDSGrid ref.FZ DivAlt. (m)NotesLatLongLoc Acc Code
93199Ceratotheca sesamoides11 Apr 2014E Tjiteere
E Tjiteere 14/ch-24 S Rügheimer WIND
Widely distributed on flat plain. Growing in well-drained sand, in full sun conditions.Caprivi, Mukwe District: Bwabwata National Park - East, Chetto village, south of Trans Caprivi Highway.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1722D30

Annual herb, 70 cm high. Stem green, longitudinally grooved, heavily woolly. Leaves elliptic to trilobed, older leaves trilobed, has teat-like apices and round base. Flowers pink, tubular. Roots smooth, pale brown, main roots with thin, thread-like side roots.

-17.96255622.5600835
93203Cissampelos mucronata09 Apr 2014E Tjiteere
E Tjiteere 14/ch-21 FM Chase (née Crawford) WIND
Widely distributed on flat plain. Growing in well-drained sandy soil in full sun conditions.Caprivi, Mukwe District: Bwabwata National Park, Chetto village, south of the Trans Caprivi Highway.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1722D30

Annual creeper, 30 cm high. Stem slender, longitudinally grooved, covered in short hair. Leaves simple, smooth margin, dull green, bean-shaped, veins running from the base. Leaf apices round, base cordate.

-17.96033322.5500285
93260Peltophorum africanum11 Apr 2014E Tjiteere
E Tjiteere 14/ch-22 L Nanyeni WIND
Occurs on flat depression/pan. Growing in moist loamy clay soil in full sun conditions.Caprivi, Mukwe District: Bwabwata National Park - East. Chetto village, south of the T.C.H. along the power line.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1722D30

Perennial shrub, 4 m high. Stem pale grey, slightly grooved, young stems with rusty hair. Leaves bipinnate, with numerous pale green pinnules on each pinna, pinnules oblong with bristled apices. Pods dark grey to black, woody, flattened on both sides.

-17.95716722.5486115
95468Tacazzea apiculata11 Apr 2014E Tjiteere
E Tjiteere 8 S Rügheimer WIND
Occurs on a depression slope dry river/stream bed. Growing in moist loamy clay, in full sun. Biotic effect: recently burnt.Caprivi, Mukwe District: Bwabwata National Park.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1822A20

Annual herb, 20 cm high. Stem slender, covered by silvery hair, light green below and dark brown to pink above, stem are runners. Leaves simple, dark green above, light green below, heavily covered by hair. Obovate to ovate leaf shape, with bristle-tip and round base. Roots fibrous system, dark grey to black.

-18.01711122.4777782


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: Collections made by Tjiteere.
https://www.mozambiqueflora.com/speciesdata/utilities/utility-display-collections-by-person.php?person_id=1117, retrieved 10 April 2020

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