Artabotrys monteiroae Oliv.

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Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Jos Stevens
Ferme Randu, southwest Katanga Province, DRC

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Jos Stevens
Ferme Randu, southwest Katanga Province, DRC

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Mike Bingham
Mkushi, Moffats’ Farm, Munchiwemba dambo

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Warren McCleland
Temane, Inhassoro District

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Warren McCleland
Temane, Inhassoro District

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Warren McCleland
Temane, Inhassoro District

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Warren McCleland
Temane, Inhassoro District

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Bart Wursten
Zovo Chipolo Forest, Nyika National Park

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Bart Wursten
Zovo Chipolo Forest, Nyika National Park

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Bart Wursten
Zovo Chipolo Forest, Nyika National Park

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Bart Wursten
Zovo Chipolo Forest, Nyika National Park

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Bart Wursten
Zovo Chipolo Forest, Nyika National Park

Artabotrys monteiroae

Photo: Bart Wursten
Zovo Chipolo Forest, Nyika National Park

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Synonyms: Artabotrys nitidus Engl.
Common names: Red hook-berry (English)
Description: Scrambling shrub, small tree or liane. Branches dark reddish-brown to blackish; persistent flower stalks modified into woody curled hooks to aid climbing. Leaves alternate, oblong-elliptic to ovate, up to 14 × 6 cm, leathery, dark- or bluish-green, glossy and hairless above, dull green with hairs along the midrib beneath, net-veining more distinct beneath, apex more or less pointed; margin entire. Flowers 1-9 together, deep yellow to cream or greenish, c. 1 cm in diameter. Fruit in a cluster of ellipsoid or cylindric carpels, up to 1.5 cm long, hairless, glossy red when ripe.
Notes:
Derivation of specific name: monteiroae: after Mrs Rose Monteiro, wife of Portuguese naturalist Joachim Monteiro, who collected plants in Angola and Mozambique.
Flowering time:Oct - Jan
Worldwide distribution: Angola, DRC, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Growth form(s): Climber, tree, liane, shrub over 2 m.
Insects associated with this species: Graphium antheus (Food plant)
Graphium morania (Larval foodplant)
Graphium colonna (Larval foodplant)
Graphium policenes laurentia (Larval foodplant)
Graphium porthaon porthaon (Larval foodplant)
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Literature:

Burrows, J.E. & Willis, C.K. (eds) (2005). Plants of the Nyika Plateau Southern African Botanical Diversity Network Report No. 31 SABONET, Pretoria Page 59. (Includes a picture).

Burrows, J.E., Burrows, S.M., Lötter, M.C. & Schmidt, E. (2018). Trees and Shrubs Mozambique Publishing Print Matters (Pty), Cape Town. Page 119. (Includes a picture).

Chapano, C. & Mamuto, M. (2003). Plants of the Chimanimani District National Herbarium and Botanic Garden, Zimbabwe Page 7.

Coates Palgrave, K. (revised and updated by Meg Coates Palgrave) (2002). Trees of Southern Africa 3rd edition. Struik, South Africa Page 210.

Da Silva, M.C., Izidine, S. & Amude, A.B. (2004). A preliminary checklist of the vascular plants of Mozambique. Southern African Botanical Diversity Network Report No. 30 Sabonet, Pretoria Page 23.

Dowsett-Lemaire, F. (1989). The flora and phytogeography of the evergreen forests of Malawi. I: Afromontane and mid-altitude forests; Bull. Jard. Bot. Nat. Belg. 59(1/2) Page 23.

Drummond, R.B. (1975). A list of trees, shrubs and woody climbers indigenous or naturalised in Rhodesia. Kirkia 10(1) Page 237.

Golding, J.S. (ed.) (2002). Zimbabwe Plant Red Data List. Southern African Plant Red Data Lists. SABONET 14 Page 171.

Mapaura, A. & Timberlake, J. (eds) (2004). A checklist of Zimbabwean vascular plants Southern African Botanical Diversity Network Report No. 33 Sabonet, Pretoria and Harare Page 17.

Robson, N.K.B. (1960). Annonaceae Flora Zambesiaca 1(1) Pages 131 - 133. (Includes a picture).

Siebert, S. & Mössmer, M. (Editors) (2002). SABONET Southern Mozambique Expedition 2001; Provisional Plant Checklist of the Maputo Elephant Reserve (MER) and Licuati Forest Reserve (LFR) SABONET News 7(1) Page 23.

Strugnell, A.M. (2006). A Checklist of the Spermatophytes of Mount Mulanje, Malawi Scripta Botanica Belgica 34 National Botanic Garden of Belgium Page 39.

Wursten, B., Timberlake, J. & Darbyshire, I. (2017). The Chimanimani Mountains: an updated checklist. Kirkia 19(1) Page 87.

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Flora of Malawi: Artabotrys monteiroae
Flora of Mozambique: Artabotrys monteiroae
Flora of Zambia: Artabotrys monteiroae
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Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2014-24

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2024). Flora of Caprivi: Cultivated Plants: Species information: Artabotrys monteiroae.
https://www.capriviflora.com/cult/species.php?species_id=123900, retrieved 25 July 2024

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