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Leucadendron galpinii

Observed: 4th April 2017 By: Nicky vB
Botanical Society of South AfricaCustodians of Rare and Endangered WildflowersMountain Club of SA (South Cape)OutrampsSea Fish AtlasSeaKeysSeaweed AtlasSucculent Society of South Africa
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 Leucadendron galpinii
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 Leucadendron galpinii
 Leucadendron galpinii
Description:

Redlisted: Vulnerable
Hairy?

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Tony Rebelo's picture

Scytheleaf Protea

Where does the common name come from? It sounds like Richard Salisbury's common name, which was probably last used - until now - in 1809.

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Common name

One of the options provided and I thought suitable?

Tony Rebelo's picture

Suitable?

if you like it, then use it!

If you use it, then please record it on iSpot.

Just 1809 is the last time that this species was considered a "Protea", although of course, to many people "Protea" refers to any species in the family (e.g. Pincushion Protea), but that is usually cos they dont know that there are more than 2 species in the family.

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Name

It was the Scytheleaf bit of the name I was going for...Maybe it should be 'Scytheleaf Leucadendron'?

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I would prefer

'Scytheleaf Conebush'

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OK

Good name!

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CREW SPECIES

Population size Count:
Population size Estimate: F
Distribution of plants: Scattered
Area of extent: 100mx50m
Plant features:
Specimen HerbSpecNumber:
Altitude: 27m
Description of vegetation: Fynbos
Landform: Plain
Soil type: Sand
Slope: Gentle
Geology: Limestone
Aspect: NE
Landuse: ?
Site condition: Moderate
Ownership: ? State
Aliens: Acacia cyclops
Alien density: Scattered
Notes: Acacia cyclops had Dasineura dielsi
T&D 1:1NYYY2
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T&D 5:
Species:
Staavia radiata
Pterocelastrus tricuspidatus
Leucospermum praecox
Protea susannae
Trichocephalus stipularis
Erica pulchella var. pulchella
Erica discolor var. discolor

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