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mr_fab

Data

Julho 2021

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chris_whitehouse

Data

Junho 12, 2021 02:36 PM SAST

Descrição

This I believe is a lilac form of Gladiolus maculatus, but the brown and lilac form behave as two separate taxa in the Klein River Mountains and would be better separated (either subspecies or species). I attach comparison photos with the brown G. maculatus. The latter always grows on shale, the former is always found on sandstone, often in rather shady or damp places on the edge of streams. Morphologically it is smaller and graceful, there is a more distinct midrib to the leaves, there also appears to be white-spotting on the cataphyll.

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carinalochner

Data

Setembro 3, 2020 12:01 PM SAST

Descrição

I have only seen this flowering in one small patch in the park, less than 10 x 10 m.

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linkie

Data

Setembro 17, 2019 03:32 PM SAST

Descrição

showing a different shaped flower though the others on the stem seemed to have been normal.

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carinalochner

Data

Setembro 3, 2019 11:33 AM SAST

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daverichardson

Data

Agosto 1, 2020 04:04 PM SAST

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rkct

Data

Agosto 24, 2016 11:51 AM SAST

Descrição

in seasonally inundated shale wetland.

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botaneek

Data

Fevereiro 19, 2021 10:13 PM SAST

Lugar

HH15 (Google, OSM)

Descrição

quite a large pop on shaleband

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botaneek

Data

Agosto 2019

Descrição

in limestone crevices; such an awesome plant and habitat...

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botaneek

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Gladiolus stokoei


A seldom seen and very awesome plant; locally quite common (at least 200 plts here) on recently burnt (2yrs old) sandstones at medium altitude (150m altitudinal range); threatened by rapidly expanding pines at most of its few known locations; visited by Aeropetes and large wasps

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fatimasait

Data

Junho 26, 2020 09:12 AM SAST