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Vegetation geographical patterns as a key to the past, with emphasis on the dry vegetation types of South Africa


, : Vegetation geographical patterns as a key to the past, with emphasis on the dry vegetation types of South Africa. Bothalia 14(3/4): 405-410

South Africa has a wide range of vegetation types including desert, tropical lowland and montane forest, savanna woodland, mediterranean-type scrub and alpine grasslands.

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