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Henschel, J.R. and Parr, T. 2009. Population changes of alien invasive plants in the lower Kuiseb River. Dinteria, 31: 5-17


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Population changes of alien invasive plants in the Lower Kuiseb River.

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The status of six alien invasive plant species was investigated along the Lower Kuiseb River. The focus entailed a comparison of plants surveyed along transects located at five settlemetns of a rural community, with additional transects located between these settlements. Alien species investigated: Nicotiana glauca, Argemone ochroleuca, Ricinus communis, Datura stramonium, Datura inoxia. Keywords: wild tobacco, Topnaar community, ethnobotany, alien plant eradication, ephemeralrivers, livestock trampling.

Year: 2009

Type: Journal Article

Origin: Namibia Scientific Society

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