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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.244.2.5

Senegalia montis-salinarum, a new species of Fabaceae: Mimosoideae endemic to the Soutpansberg, South Africa

Norbert Hahn

Abstract


Senegalia montis-salinarum is a proposed new species, related to S. burkei. This species was found to be a distinct edaphic entity, endemic to the Soutpansberg Centre of Endemism. This article also clarifies some taxonomic problems within the Senegalia burkei complex.


Keywords


South Africa, Soutpansberg Centre of Endemism, Senegalia, new species, Eudicots

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