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Neil R. Crouch,1 Gideon F. Smith,2 Richard Symmonds,3 Tanza E. Crouch4
1Ethnobotany Unit, National Botanical Institute, PO Box 52099, 4007 Berea Road, South Africa (email: ). firstname.lastname@example.org 2Office of the Research Director, National Botanical Institute, P.Bag X101, 0001 Pretoria, South Africa (email: ). email@example.com 3Durban Botanic Gardens, Parks Department, PO Box 3740, 4000 Durban, South Africa. 4Department of Entomology and Arachnology, Durban Natural Science Museum, PO Box 4085, 4000 Durban, South Africa.
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Neil R. Crouch,Gideon F. Smith,Richard Symmonds, andTanza E. Crouch "Batting curses and beating depression: Adenia gummifera in Zulu traditional medicine," Bradleya 2002(20), 67-78, (28 September 2002). https://doi.org/10.25223/brad.n20.2002.a11
Neil R. Crouch, Gideon F. Smith, Richard Symmonds, Tanza E. Crouch "Batting curses and beating depression: Adenia gummifera in Zulu traditional medicine," Bradleya, 2002(20), 67-78, (28 September 2002)