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Where does the common name come from? It sounds like Richard Salisbury's common name, which was probably last used - until now - in 1809.
One of the options provided and I thought 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.
It was the Scytheleaf bit of the name I was going for...Maybe it should be 'Scytheleaf Leucadendron'?
Population size Count:
Population size Estimate: F
Distribution of plants: Scattered
Area of extent: 100mx50m
Description of vegetation: Fynbos
Soil type: Sand
Site condition: Moderate
Ownership: ? State
Aliens: Acacia cyclops
Alien density: Scattered
Notes: Acacia cyclops had Dasineura dielsi
Erica pulchella var. pulchella
Erica discolor var. discolor
Lat/Lng: -34.4, 21.8