Records made by Gibbs-Russell

Records: 8

The following is a list of the records made by Gibbs-Russell in species name order.

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NoSpeciesRecord dateRecorder(s)Coll.Det.Conf.HerbariaHabitatLocationLoc code(s) Outing codePlanted code Country QDSGrid ref.FZ DivAlt. (m)NotesLatLongLoc Acc Code
35844Burnatia enneandra17 Apr 1974GE Gibbs-Russell
GE Gibbs-Russell 1630 SRGH
Emergent from water 20-30 cm deepMakolo Pan, 52 miles SE of Main Camp, Wankie (Hwange)National Park50Zimbabwe1927A2W1000

Bulb buried 2-4 cm in substrate

69887Euphorbia transvaalensis30 Jan 1975HM Biegel
GE Gibbs-Russell
GV Pope
HM Biegel GE Gibbs-Russell GV Pope 4869 SRGH
c. 1 km West of confluence Musirizwi and Bwazi Rivers, Chipinge Distict0Zimbabwe2032D1E500

Cited in Flora Zambesiaca volume 9 part 5: 378, 2001

74825Helichrysum subglomeratum09 May 1972GE Gibbs-Russell
GE Gibbs-Russell 1875B SRGH
Among grasses.Grassland besides Kazuma Pan.1750Zimbabwe1825B3W1000

35782Limnophyton obtusifolium04 Jan 1972GE Gibbs-Russell
GE Gibbs-Russell 2064 SRGH
Chibuwe Pan, Chipinge District0Zimbabwe2032B1E0

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

40871Marsilea nubica var. gymnocarpa17 Apr 1972GE Gibbs-Russell
GE Gibbs-Russell 1629 SRGH
Rooted under water and on margins of pan.Makololo Pan 2, 52 miles Southeast of Main Camp, Hwange National Park.50Zimbabwe1927A2W1000

35044Persicaria strigosa07 Jan 1972GE Gibbs-Russell
GE Gibbs-Russell 1215 SRGH
At margin of lakeConnemara Dam0Zimbabwe1832B2E2240

Some parts of plant emergent

69012Salacia luebbertii23 Oct 1972HM Biegel
GE Gibbs-Russell
GV Pope
HM Biegel GE Gibbs-Russell GV Pope 4032 SRGH
Among porphyry bouldersEast face Gubatsha Hills, Savute, Chobe National Park0Botswana1824C1N940

Shrub 0.7 m; new growth measures 0.5 m. Area probably burnt the previous year

69013Salacia luebbertii26 Oct 1972HM Biegel
GE Gibbs-Russell
GV Pope
HM Biegel GE Gibbs-Russell GV Pope 4071B SRGH
In deciduous woodland with Burkea africana, Terminalia sericea, Combretum psidioides on fine grained sand. c. 17 NNW of Savuti drift above Gubashe Hills, Siambiso0Botswana1823B4N940

Probably rhizomatous, many-stemmed shrub, regrown to 0.6 m after burn. Tufts of stems 1 per 2m sq. on area of c. 30 x 50 m.


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: Records made by Gibbs-Russell., retrieved 22 September 2021

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