Collections made by Rushworth

Records: 6

The following is a list of the records made by Rushworth in species name order. The records are of species which occur in Caprivi (either as a native/naturalised species or as a cultivated species).

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NoSpeciesRecord dateRecorder(s)Coll.Det.Conf.HerbariaHabitatLocationLoc code Outing codePlanted code Country QDSGrid ref.FZ DivAlt. (m)NotesLatLongLoc Acc Code
35786Burnatia enneandra22 Feb 1967JE Rushworth
JE Rushworth 101 SRGH
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In greyish mud at edge of scattered pools in stunted mopane areaDina Pan, c. 38.5 km WSW of Shapi Camp, Wankie National Park (Hwange)50Zimbabwe1826C4W1030

Cited in Flora Zambesiaca Vol. 12 part 2: 10 (2009)

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74125Harpagophytum zeyheri subsp. sublobatum22 Feb 1967JE Rushworth
JE Rushworth 110 H-D Ihlenfeldt Open tall grassland with numerous small Mundulea sericea trees on Kalahari sand.c. 1 mile NE of Dina Pan, 23 miles WSW of Shapi Camp, Hwange National Park.50Zimbabwe1926A1W1015

Creeper; large mauve-pink flowers; leaves slightly fleshy, discolorous. Fairly frequent.

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74830Helichrysum subglomeratum25 Apr 1967JE Rushworth
JE Rushworth 648 SRGH
Roadside in coarse granite sands with tall grass cover and scattered small trees (Parinari etc).c. 20 miles East of Salisbury (Harare) on the Umtali (Mutare) road, Goromonzi District.0Zimbabwe1731C4C1515

Flowers mustard-yellow. Frequent.

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74510Ipomoea chloroneura22 Feb 1967JE Rushworth
JE Rushworth 90 SRGH
Small moist depression in fine kalahari sand, surrounded by short open mopane grassland. Near Shapi Camp, Hwange National Park. 50Zimbabwe1826D3W1035

Flowers cream; hairs on leaves silvery-white. Frequent.

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28732Polygala schinziana01 Mar 1967JE Rushworth
JE Rushworth 302 SRGH
In dense Pterocarpus-Baikiea etc. woodland (partly cleared). Kalahari sands, with sparse short grass understorey9 miles from Victoria Falls along Bulawayo Rd0ZimbabweW910

Slightly fleshy leaves; tap-root present. Petals mauve-purple. Sepals green. Locally frequent.

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41404Salvinia molesta01 Mar 1967JE Rushworth
JE Rushworth 293 SRGH
Congregated in sheltered area near river bankIn Zambezi River just above Devils Cataract, Victoria Falls240Zimbabwe1725D4W880

Plentiful (much seen flowing over the Falls.

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Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2014-21

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2021). Flora of Caprivi: Collections made by Rushworth.
https://www.capriviflora.com/speciesdata/utilities/utility-display-collections-by-person.php?person_id=53, retrieved 26 September 2021

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