Grewia schinzii K. Schum.

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Records of this taxon from Caprivi are shown in the table below. Cases where the taxon is native, naturalised, possibly planted or definitely planted are all listed.

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Record number No of images Record date Recorder(s) Coll. Det. Conf. Herbaria Habitat Location Loc code(s) Outing code Planted code Country QDS Grid ref. FZ Div Alt. (m) Notes Lat Long Loc Acc Code
93847005 Mar 2003CJH Hines
CJH Hines
1156
D Lutombi
WIND

Caprivi: About 2 km south of old Sabinda on the Linyanti cutline.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723D4 950Tree; Notes: Tree about 4 m high. Main stem rounded, 15 cm thick. No flowers. Few fruit are solitary, leaf opposed. Fruit with hairs. Uncommon. Area of mixed mopane and Terminalia - Combretum woodland. Soils range from clay loams to dystrophic leached sands-17.80833023.8133305
94752015 Nov 2001BA Curtis
BA Curtis
1343
S Bartsch
WIND

Caprivi: Salambala Conservancy.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724D4 06 m high; Shrub; Notes: Shrub, 6 m high. Stem: old stem - fairly rough and fissured, younger stem: smooth and brown to tan, growing upward and arching outward. New shoots densely velvety. Leaves: densely velvety, asymmetric, discolorous with roughly serrate margin. Flowers: axillary, generally 3 per stalk and 2-3 stalks per axil, Petals small, yellow and curled tightly back, sepals green below, yellow above and opened up to function as petals, lots of bright yellowed clustered stamens with golden anthers.-17.92639024.8175004
93769011 Nov 2001BA Curtis
BA Curtis
1455
S Bartsch
WIND

Caprivi: Namushasha Lodge.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1723C4 05 m high; Shrub; Notes: Shrub, 5 m high. Stem: many light brown stems, smooth, not branching a lot, quite thick, but arching over. Leaves: asymmetric, velvety, discolorous.-17.87500023.3750005
95684002 Nov 2001BA Curtis
BA Curtis
1299
C Mannheimer
BA Curtis
WIND

Caprivi0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1823B4 0260 cm high; Shrub; Notes: Shrub, 260 cm tall. A few round stems from ground, coming up and outward - not very branched. Stems smooth, light brown (tan coloured). Young branches densely downy. Leaves thick, velvety, markedly asymetric, with serrate margins. Flowers axillary, yellow.-18.34750023.7713902
94660003 Mar 2001BA Curtis
BA Curtis
765
C Mannheimer
WIND

Caprivi: Site GH1, mixed woodland near Iowa (Ioma?).0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1724D3 01.8 m high; Shrub; Notes: Shrub, 1.8 m tall.-17.92500024.6511104
95645021 Jun 2000CJH Hines
CJH Hines
1116
S Bartsch
WIND

Caprivi: About 8 km north of Malengalenga on main Kongola - Linyanti road.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1823B3 960Shrub; Notes: Area mixed woodland dominated by Acacia erioloba - Terminalia sericea - Combretum imberbe. Soils variable, leached alluvial sands and loams. Shrub up to 2 m high. No flowers or fruit. Single specimen growing on termite mound. Stems rounded. Younger branches with many lenticels. Collected because of exceptional leaf size.-18.25389023.7305602
95188016 Jan 1956B de Winter
H-J Wiss
B de Winter
4285
WIND

Okavango, Rundu District: Andara Mission Station.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1821A2 0Shrub; Notes: Small shrub with yellow flowers and round berry-like fruits. Sandy soil. Mbukushu: muturu.-18.12500021.3750002
955830 BA Curtis
BA Curtis
1319
S Bartsch
WIND

Caprivi: Mamili National Park.0Namibia (Caprivi Strip)1823A2 05 m high; Shrub; Notes: Shrub, 5 m high. Stem: round, brown, fairly smooth. Leaves: asymmetric, discolorous, serrate. Flower: yellow, axillary. Habitat: termite mound.-18.21000023.4000002

Total records found: 8



Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2014-23

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2023). Flora of Caprivi: Species information: Records of: Grewia schinzii.
https://www.capriviflora.com/speciesdata/species-display.php?species_id=138590, retrieved 5 February 2023

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