Observations in the Species: Marasmodes polycephala

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Marasmodes polycephala - Gordon's Bay

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By: carina l
Botanical Society of South AfricaCustodians of Rare and Endangered WildflowersSea Fish AtlasSeaKeys
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Location: Hibiscus Ave, Gordons Bay Central
Observed: 11th May 2017
Added: 12th May 2017
Identifications:3
Agreements:1
Comments:0
Description:

Just three plants seen close to the road. There may of course be more but I did not walk too far into the open plot.
Redlisted as CR.
Development is a possible threat.

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Marasmodes polycephala - Gordon's Bay

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By: carina l
Botanical Society of South AfricaCustodians of Rare and Endangered WildflowersSea Fish AtlasSeaKeys
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Location: 29, Disa Rd, Gordon's Bay
Observed: 11th May 2017
Added: 12th May 2017
Identifications:1
Agreements:1
Comments:0
Description:

Just checked up on this known population (sub-population?). I counted 9 plant grouped together in one spot.
Redlisted as CR.
Possibly threatened by development.

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Marasmodes polycephala - Gordon's Bay

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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 May 2017
Added: 12th May 2017
Identifications:1
Agreements:1
Comments:0
Description:

One patch of maybe slightly more than a hundred plants, none more than about 30 cm high. A known population but in a different spot from where we were asked to look. There was a burnt patch right next to where we found these plants so some may have been burnt.
Redlisted as CR.

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Marasmodes beyersiana

Marasmodes beyersiana
By: Nick Helme
Botanical Society of South AfricaProtea Atlas Project
Plants expert
Location: Vergenoegd
Observed: 4th May 2006
Added: 12th May 2014
Identifications:2
Agreements:1
Comments:3
Description:

endemic to a small area in Swartland Shale Renosterveld; seasonally wet, sandy clay flats; to 40cm; population here severely threatned by aliens and proposed development

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Marasmodes beyersiana

Marasmodes beyersiana
By: Vergenoegd
Custodians of Rare and Endangered Wildflowers
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Location: Vergenoegd Wine Estate
Observed: 4th June 2012
Added: 22nd June 2012
Identifications:2
Agreements:0
Comments:1
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