Collections made by Hines

Records: 42

The following is a list of the records made by Hines 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
94373Acalypha ornata04 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1147 D Lutombi WIND
Caprivi: About 14 km south-east of Bukalo on the main Bukalo - Muyako road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C4940

Shrub; Notes: Shrub, up to 1.2 m in height. Growing on side of termitaria. Flowers/florescence green. Common. Area of mopane woodland with scattered termitaria, numerous small pans. Soils largely clays and clay loams, blackish.

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93730Baphia massaiensis subsp. obovata var. obovata11 Jan 1986CJH Hines
CJH Hines 539 HH Kolberg WIND
Caprivi: Singalamwe. About 20 km East of Kwando River, Eastern Caprivi. In dense woodland with thick shrub layer. On deep sandy soils.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723C40

Shrub; Notes: Woody shrub, up to 2 m high. Flowers white. Growing in association with Baikiaea and Combretum. Common.

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93812Boscia mossambicensis05 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1152 C Mannheimer WIND
Caprivi: About 65 km east of Koupla on main Katima road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723D2950

Shrub; Notes: Shrub, up tp 1.5 m high. No flowers or fruit. Leaves tough leathery, hairless, with stiff bristle on end. Common. Area of open mopane woodland. Soil clay loams.

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93960Boscia mossambicensis07 Jun 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1110 PRE
WIND
Caprivi: About 30 km south of Katima Mulilo.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2930

Shrub; Notes: Area of heavy loams. Vegetation dominated by tall mopane and annual grasses. Shrub up to 1.2 high. Growing on side of termite mound. Scarce in area. Bark grey brown and rough. Leaves with distinct fine (mucro) tip. Flowers terminal, pale, whitish green. Smell musty, no perfume. Many hemipterans on flowering heads.

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94616Combretum hereroense subsp. hereroense27 Feb 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1126 HR Hasheela BA Curtis WIND
Caprivi: Just south of the main Bukalo - Liambezi road, on the road to Dudukabe.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724D3942

Notes: Tree/shrub. Common species especially around pans on edge of termitaria. Variable in size from a tree up to 6 m in height to shrub about 1 m high. No flowers and fruit. Distinct corky lenticels. The whole area is dominated by Colophospermum mopane woodlands with extensive flooded areas and pans. Soils are clays and clay loam.

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93745Commiphora africana var. africana11 Jan 1986CJH Hines
CJH Hines 542 S Austaller WIND
Caprivi: Eastern Caprivi. About 20 km east of the Kwando River.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723C40

Shrub; Notes: Dense Baikiaea/Combretum woodland with thick shrub layer. Deep sandy soils. Short woody shrub up to 50 cm high. Unripe fruit green. Common.

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93813Commiphora africana var. africana05 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1151 D Lutombi WIND
Caprivi: About 45 km west of Katima Mulilo on the Kongola road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723D2964

Shrub; Notes: Shrub, up to 1 m high. No flowers or fruit. Scarce. Area of degraded Baikiaea woodland with a very dense understory. Soils reddish yellow dystrophic kalahari sands.

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94390Commiphora edulis subsp. edulis04 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1149 C Mannheimer WIND
Caprivi: About 14 km south-east of Bukalo on the main Bukalo - Muyako road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C4940

Tree; Notes: Tree, up to 6 m high. Bark pale green flaking in papery flakes (small) exposing a blue green underbark. Fruit with a reddish purple flush on the stalk end. Petioles/rachis of leaves reddish pink. Young branchlets hairy. Distinct lenticels. Area of mopane woodland with scattered termitaria, numerous small pans. Soils largely clays and clay loams, blackish.

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93881Commiphora mossambicensis22 Jan 2002CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1122 L Nanyeni WIND
Caprivi: Commiphora mossambicense area of woodlands and fields about 12 km north-west of Katima Mulilo near Zambian border. 1731.886'S 2414.506'E.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C10

Tree; Shrub; Notes: Small tree/shrub, 1-3 m high. Fruits green. Bark grey-brown, flaking on older stems. Stems straight with short lateral branches, leaves in groups of 3 on long petioles, young branches reddish, with distinct growth scars and swollen bases to branches. Sandy to sandy loams along the margin of old drainage line/depression in area of Kalahari sands. Common.

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94393Cordia monoica03 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1141 D Lutombi WIND
On the edge of a large pan. Area of extensive mopane woodland and predominantly heavy clays.Caprivi Strip: About 21 km south-west of Bukalo on the south-east side of main Bukalo - Muyako road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C4938

Small tree, up to 3.5 m high. Bark on main stem dark grey, smooth, flaking off in blocks where bark is fissured/damaged. Flowers creamy yellow in terminal clusters.

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93752Cyperus margaritaceus11 Jan 1986CJH Hines
CJH Hines 543 HH Kolberg WIND
Caprivi: About 20 km east of the Kwando River, Eastern Caprivi.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723C40

sedge; Notes: Dense Baikiaea/Combretum woodland with thick shrub layer. Deep sandy soils. Sedge. Up to 40 cm high. Bracts white with green margins. Common.

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93845Empogona kirkii subsp. kirkii05 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1154 HR Hasheela WIND
Caprivi: About 2 km south of old Sabinda on the Linyanti cutline.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723D4950

Shrub; Notes: Shrub, up to 1.5 m high. Very common. No flowers. Fruit greenish with some red speckling when young. Young branchlets hairy. Bark pale grey smooth. Area of mixed mopane and Terminalia - Combretum woodland. Soils range from clay loams to dystrophic leached sands

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93988Empogona kirkii subsp. kirkii28 Feb 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1128 HR Hasheela WIND
Caprivi: About 500 m from the Katima Mulilo road junction on the main Linyanti road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2946

Shrub; Notes: Shrub, up to 1.5 m high. Common. Mature stems pale grey. No flowers or fruit. Flower buds (?) in leaf axils. 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.

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93828Eragrostis patens24 May 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1106 ES Klaassen WIND
Caprivi: Nukwa area on western side of the, state forest area. Eastern Caprivi. Near the Nukwa army base.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723D3960

Graminoid; Notes: Loamy sands in an area dominated by Acacia erioloba with a well developed understory of shrubs and grasses. Grass. Annual. Up to 30 cm high. Very common in disturbed areas along the road. Most of the plants were dry and finished flowering. Few plants still green.

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93992Erythrophleum africanum05 Oct 2001CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1119 C Mannheimer WIND
Caprivi: On small track between Katima Mulilo and Kwena village.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2930

Tree; Notes: Tree. Up to 8 m in height. Growing on deep dystrophic sands which are heavily leached. Flowers in axillary spikes (few in tree). Leaves pale green when young. Softly hairy. Common.

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95167Excoecaria bussei08 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1162 C Mannheimer WIND
Okavango, Rundu District: Fraces Dimbare Youth Centre on the edge of the Okavango river.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1821A21003

Tree; Notes: Tree up to 5 m in height. Bark smoothish, brown grey. Young branches with significant leaf scars. Copiuos milky latex. Fruit a large (3 cm diameter) 3 loculed capsule on the end of a short branch. Uncommon. Rocky habitat (quartzite) with mixed vegetation. Soils shallow sandy loams.

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94404Feretia aeruginescens03 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1144 S Schubert 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)1724C4933

Shrub; Notes: Shrub, up to 2 m high. No flowers or fruit. Leaves (and moor plants) chlorotic - yellow moths on moor leaves. Mixed mopane woodland with numerous small pans. Soils, clay, clay loams.

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95175Flueggea virosa subsp. virosa25 Feb 1988CJH Hines
CJH Hines 939 S Austaller WIND
Caprivi: Andara. Area to the north of the mission station, near the old Agriculture Camp.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1821A20

Tree; Notes: Habitat variable - large rocky islands and deep sandy soils dominated by Erythrophleum and Guibotia. Small, multi-stemmed, up to 3.0 m high. Flowers yellowish. Common.

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94414Grewia pachycalyx03 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1140 S Bartsch WIND
Caprivi: About 21 km south-west of Bukalo on the south-east side of main Bukalo - Muyako road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C4938

Shrub; Notes: Shrub, about 1 meter high. Uncommon. No flowers or mature fruit. Flower buds pale greenish. Most young leaves with galls/nodules. Area of extensive mopane woodland and predominantly heavy clays. On the edge of a large pan.

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94005Hippocratea indica06 Jun 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1109 C Mannheimer WIND
Caprivi: Near Kalumba village 20 km south of Katima.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2930

Shrub; Tree; Notes: Extrensive area of mopane woodland with dense understory of annual grasses. Occasional termite mounds. Soil duplex, underlain by clays. Scrambling shrub, small tree growing on side of termite mounds with Combretum mossambicense. Only one plant with single spray of fruits. Bark greyish with many lenticels.

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94419Hoslundia opposita04 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1146 C Mannheimer WIND
Caprivi: About 14 km south-east of Bukalo on the main Bukalo - Muyako road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C4940

Shrub; Notes: Shrub, up to 1.2 meters high. Growing on side of termitaria. Flowers in terminal clusters, white. Fruits when young green, hard. When mature bright orange with distinct fruit, softly fleshy. Area of mopane woodland with scattered termitaria, numerous small pans. Soils largely clays and clay loams, blackish.

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93909Leptocarydion vulpiastrum03 May 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1104 ES Klaassen WIND
Caprivi: Sachinga Research Station. 40 km west of Katima Mulilo.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C10

Graminoid; Notes: In sandy soil on verge of main road into the research station. Leached Kalahari sands, pale grey. Area dominated by Baikiaea, plurijuga with a dense understory of shrubs. Grass layer sparse. Grass. Up to 30 cm high. Common.

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93780Markhamia obtusifolia11 Jan 1986CJH Hines
CJH Hines 535 S Austaller WIND
Caprivi: Eastern Caprivi. About 20 km east of the Kwando River.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723C40

Shrub; Notes: Dense Baikiaea/Combretum woodland with thick shrub layer. Deep sandy soils. Woody, up to 1,5 m high. Flowers: yellow with paler inside. Common.

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94432Marsdenia macrantha03 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)1724C4933

Creeper; 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.

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93913Panicum heterostachyum03 May 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1102 ES Klaassen WIND
Caprivi: Sachinga Research Station. 40 km west of Katima Mulilo.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C10

Graminoid; Notes: In sandy soil on verge of main road into the research station. Leached Kalahari sands, pale grey. Area dominated by Baikiaea plurijuga with a dense understory of shrubs. Grass layer sparse. Grass up to 50 cm high. Common in shade.

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93832Pavetta gardeniifolia14 Jun 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1114 C Mannheimer WIND
Caprivi: On cutline to Nulwa Military Camp. State forest area.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723D3960

Shrub; Notes: Area dominated by Baikiaea and Combretum collinum. Sandy soils. Shrub up to 1 m high. Fruit green, maturing black. Common.

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95275Pavetta gardeniifolia var. subtomentosa08 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1163 S Schubert WIND
Okavango, Rundu District: Fraces Dimbare Youth Centre on the edge of the Okavango river.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1821A21003

Shrub; Notes: Shrub up to 2 m high. No flowers. Fruit green when young, maturing black. Leaves with very distinct black bacterial nodules. Common on small islands opposite the youth camp. Soils alluvial sands. Rocky habitat (quartzite) with mixed vegetation. Soils shallow sandy loams.

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93915Perotis patens03 May 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1103 ES Klaassen WIND
Caprivi: Sachinga Research Station. 40 km west of Katima Mulilo.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C10

Graminoid; Notes: In sandy soil on verge of main road into the research station. Leached Kalahari sands, pale grey. Area dominated by Baikiaea plurijuga with a dense understory of shrubs. Grass layer sparse. Grass. Up to 30 cm high. Common.

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93918Pseudolachnostylis maprouneifolia var. dekindtii10 Jun 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1112 S Bartsch WIND
Caprivi: About 12 km west of Katima Mulilo. 1 km north of main Mpacha road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C1960

Tree; Notes: Area of dustropure sands grey brown. Dominated by Burkea - Baikiaea - Terminalia woodland. Small tree up to 4 m high. Bark grey and smooth on younger branches. Black on main stem. (Same as CJHH1108). Leaves becoming deep red, colours before dropping. Fruit yellowish with 6 valves. Maturing dark brown. Common.

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94026Pseudolachnostylis maprouneifolia var. dekindtii25 Jun 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1108 C Mannheimer WIND
Caprivi: 3 km west of Katima Mulilo on Kongola road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2960

Tree; Notes: Area of Burkea woodland. Deep, highly leached Kalahari sands with small termitaria. Tree. Up to 2.5 m high. Bark distinctive pale grey, breaking into small, blocky squares. Fruit green when young, drying to yellowish and then whithering brown. Uncommon.

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94027Psydrax livida28 Feb 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1127 MM Uiras WIND
Caprivi: About 500 m from the Katima Mulilo road junction on the main Linyanti road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2946

Shrub; Notes: Shrub, up to 1 m high. No flowers or fruit. Younger branchlets greenish. Older branches and stems grey. Young branchlets distinclty hairy. Scarce only one plant in the area. 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.

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93821Pterocarpus lucens subsp. antunesii05 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1150 D Lutombi WIND
Caprivi: About 45 km west of Katima Mulilo on the Kongola road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723D2964

Shrub; Notes: Tree/shrub, multi-stemmed, up to 3.5 m in height. No flowers or fruit. Leaves shiny green above, pale dull green below. On older stems small side branches forming thick pseudothorns Most leaves eaten by scale insects. Uncommon. Area of degraded Baikiaea woodland with a very dense understory. Soils reddish yellow dystrophic kalahari sands.

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93736Rotheca myricoides11 Jan 1986CJH Hines
CJH Hines 534 S Austaller WIND
Caprivi: Eastern Caprivi. About 20 km east of the Kwando River.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723C40

Herb; Notes: Dense Baikiaea/Combretum woodland with thick shrub layer. Deep sandy soils. Up to 50 cm high. Woody. Flowers: with keel petal blue, lower four petals white. Flowerbuds violet. Uncommon.

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94030Schizachyrium exile15 May 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1105 ES Klaassen WIND
Caprivi: Area of pale, heavily leached fluvial sands.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2960

Graminoid; Notes: Dominated by Terminalia sericea. Annual grass. Very common. Up to 60 cm high. Distinct reddish colour.

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94711Stomatostemma monteiroae14 Jan 2002CJH Hines
A Burke
CJH Hines A Burke 1121 E Retief WIND
Caprivi: On main Bukalo - Liambezi road, Caprivi. 1746.890'S 2430.325'E.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724D3930

Creeper; Notes: Creeper. Flowers: pale cream; heavily scented. Latex milky. Leaves with lower surface paler than upper. Bark brownish red with young branches having lower (neutral) surface greenish. Habitat: mopane woodland on clay loam soils. Common on termitaria.

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94038Strophanthus kombe05 Oct 2001CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1118 PV Bruyns WIND
Caprivi: On small track between Katima Mulilo and Kwena village.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2960

Shrub; Notes: Shrub, generally about 1 - 1.5 m in height, but some plants with long branches extending up to 3 cm. Flowers: white at base of petal, petals long and tendril-like. Reverse (back) side of petals purple-red, front side of tendril portion yellow-cream. Stamens fused to corolla tube forming a reddish-orange pattern on the inside of corolla tube. Female parts 5-segmented, yellow. Basal bracts purple. Young flower buds bright pink to reddish-purple, up to 10 cm long. Flowers terminal on short branchlets which tend to be reddish in colour. Large 2 horned pod with white streaks (made up of many lenticels?). No leaves on plant. Bark smooth with distinct lenticels, purplish grey. Common on duplex soils, with shallow surface sands and heavy clay loams lower down. Area dominated by mopane.

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93855Tarenna luteola05 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1155 S Schubert WIND
Caprivi: About 2 km south of old Sabinda on the Linyanti cutline.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723D4950

Shrub; 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

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94042Tarenna luteola28 Feb 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1129 S Schubert WIND
Caprivi: About 500 m from the Katima Mulilo road junction on the main Linyanti road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2946

Shrub; 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.

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94044Terminalia brachystemma subsp. brachystemma CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1160 D Lutombi WIND
Caprivi: About 12 km west of Katima. On the western side of the state forest.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2953

Tree; Notes: Tree, up to 4 m high, common. Fruit deep reddish pruple. Bark of branchlets peeling to expose reddish brown under bark. Growing along margin of an old drainage line which is extensively used for agriculture. Extensive area of mixed Burkea - Baikiaea woodland. Soils deep dystrophic sands.

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94046Terminalia trichopoda01 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1134 D Lutombi WIND
Caprivi: About 10 km east of Katima Mulilo.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724C2935

Tree; Notes: Tree, up to 3 m high.No flowers or fruit. Bark on young branches dark brown, but fissured and splitting exposing reddish brown beneath. Area a mosaic of reworked kalahari sands, alluvial sands and heavy alluvial clay loams. Vegetation a mix of Burkea - Terminalia woodlands and mopane. Uncommon

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94720Terminalia trichopoda09 May 1997CJH Hines
A Burke
CJH Hines A Burke 97128 C Mannheimer WIND
Caprivi: Katima, SE of old Kabe.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724D30

14 m high; Tree; Notes: Vegetation: tree savanna/northern Kalahari. Light: full sun. Slope: flat. Stem habit is ascending. Indigenous, perennial, woody tree. Not aromatic. Broken twigs have no sap. Bark: grey-brown, deeply fissured. Fruits and seeds: pods green, purplish tinged.

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95675Turraea zambesica08 Jul 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines 1117 C Mannheimer WIND
Caprivi: Salambala Conservancy Campsite. Area of mixed Acacia - Terminalia woodland on alluvial sands bordering the Salambala pan.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1823B30

Tree; Notes: Soils duplex, alluvial sands highly leached, overlying clay loams/silts. Tree up to 6 m high. Uncommon. Flowers whitish cream when young, maturing to a rich butter yellow. Flowers strongly scented in late evening and early morning.

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Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2020). Flora of Mozambique: Collections made by Hines.
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