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1 August 2017 Crassula zombensis (Crassulaceae) - a Hardly known species from Malawi (Zomba Plateau) and Mozambique (Serra de Gúruè/Namuli Mt.)
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A review of Crassula zombensis (Crassulaceae), a hardly known species documented only by few collections from Zomba Plateau (Malawi) and the Serra de Gúruè (Mozambique), is provided, describing its history, specimens, localities and habitats. On Zomba Plateau, C. zombensis may grow as an epiphyte on Xerophyta kirkii (Velloziaceae); further species (succulents, orchids, herbs) known to occur epiphytically on Xerophyta spp. in Malawi are listed. The IUCN Red List Conservation Status is assessed as Near Threatened (NT).
Joachim Thiede, Pastor Theo Peter Campbell-Barker and Bruce J. Hargreaves "Crassula zombensis (Crassulaceae) - a Hardly known species from Malawi (Zomba Plateau) and Mozambique (Serra de Gúruè/Namuli Mt.)," Bradleya 2017(35), (1 August 2017). https://doi.org/10.25223/brad.n35.2017.a24
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