Observations in the Species: Aspalathus lebeckioides

Showing all observations that have a likely ID using the The South African National Biodiversity Institute's southern African Species Dictionary

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Aspalathus lebeckioides

Lebeckia plukenetiana 4,   1677
By: cmerry
Botanical Society of South AfricaCrew (Cape Peninsula)Friends of Silvermine Nature AreaMountain Club of SA (Cape Town)
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Location: Vlakkenberg
Observed: 13th December 2015
Added: 1st March 2017
Identifications:2
Agreements:2
Comments:2
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Unifoliate aspalathus? - Harmony Flats, Strand (more pics)

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By: carina l
Botanical Society of South AfricaCustodians of Rare and Endangered WildflowersSea Fish AtlasSeaKeys
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Location: Harmony Flats
Observed: 11th February 2017
Added: 14th February 2017
Identifications:1
Agreements:4
Comments:0
Description:

Sprawling plants with small flowers about 10 mm.
A. lebeckioides is redlisted as Vulnerable. Will remove tag if ID is incorrect.
Did not count but not abundant.
Threats: Alien plant species

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Yellow sprawling pea

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By: vynbos
Custodians of Rare and Endangered WildflowersSeaKeys
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Location: Direct route up Constantiaberg from Manganese Mine
Observed: 9th December 2015
Added: 11th December 2015
Identifications:2
Agreements:2
Comments:1
Description:

veld 9 months old

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Little pea

Little pea
By: Tony Rebelo
Botanical Society of South Africa A-teamCape Bird ClubEntomological Society of Southern AfricaFriends of Tokai ParkProtea Atlas ProjectSenior Scout AdventureSouth African National Biodiversity InstituteSouth African National Parks Honorary RangersToyota Enviro OutreachWestern Leopard Toad Volunteer
Plants expert
Location: Landskroon Paarl
Observed: 15th February 2015
Added: 5th March 2015
Identifications:3
Agreements:0
Comments:1
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Aspalathus lebeckioides ...

Aspalathus lebeckioides 1.1
By: Brian KD2
Custodians of Rare and Endangered WildflowersEastern Cape Parks & Tourism AgencyGlenwood House SchoolOutrampsSea Fish AtlasSeaKeysSeaKeys GOLDSeaweed Atlas
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Location: Bottom of Old Boland Trail
Observed: 6th April 2014
Added: 19th May 2014
Identifications:1
Agreements:1
Comments:5
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Aspalathus lebeckioides - Caledon Swartberg ...

Aspalathus lebeckioides
By: Brian KD2
Custodians of Rare and Endangered WildflowersEastern Cape Parks & Tourism AgencyGlenwood House SchoolOutrampsSea Fish AtlasSeaKeysSeaKeys GOLDSeaweed Atlas
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Location: Caledon Swartberg
Observed: 20th April 2013
Added: 25th April 2013
Identifications:2
Agreements:0
Comments:9
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Aspalathus lebeckioides

Aspalathus lebeckioides
By: Cliff Dorse
Botanical Society of South AfricaCape Bird ClubCity of Cape Town Biodiversity Management Branch
Plants expert
Location: Pella Rd, Cape Farms
Observed: 5th December 2012
Added: 7th December 2012
Identifications:1
Agreements:2
Comments:2
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