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Studies in the Ericoideae (Ericaceae). VIII. New species in Erica, section Pseuderemia, from southern Africa

E. G. H. Oliver, Inge M. Oliver
Bothalia | Vol 21, No 2 | a873 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v21i2.873 | © 1991 E. G. H. Oliver, Inge M. Oliver | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 15 October 1991 | Published: 15 October 1991

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E. G. H. Oliver, Stellenbosch Herbarium. National Botanical Institute., South Africa
Inge M. Oliver, Stellenbosch Herbarium. National Botanical Institute., South Africa

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Abstract

Three new species are described in the genus Erica L.:  E abbottii E.G.H Oliver, endemic to the South Coast of Natal and neighbouring Transkei.  E. swaziensis E.G.H Oliver, a Swaziland endemic, and  E. ingeana E.G.H Oliver which is confined to the high mountains in the eastern Little Karoo of the Cape Province.


Keywords

<i>Erica</i>; new species; southern Africa; taxonomy

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