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The vegetation of the dry dolomitic regions of the north-eastern mountains sourveld of the Transvaal escarpment, South Africa


, : The vegetation of the dry dolomitic regions of the north-eastern mountains sourveld of the Transvaal escarpment, South Africa. Phytocoenologia 20(4): 467-488

A syntaxonomic and synecological analysis of the vegetation of the dry dolomitic regions of the Transvaal escarpment is presented. Releves were compiled in 64 stratified sample plots. A TWINSPAN classification, refined by Braun-Blanquet procedures, revealed ten plant communities, which could be classified under two major communities. A description of the communities is given.

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