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2008Two new species of Babiana (Iridaceae: Crocoideae) from western South Africa, new names for B. longiflora and B. thunbergii, and comments on the original publication of the genus.Goldblatt, P; Manning, J C; Gereau, R
2008Iridaceae ‘Out of Autralasia’? Phylogeny, biogeography, and divergence time based on plastid DNA sequences.Goldblatt, P; Rodriguez, A; Powell, M P; Davies, T J; Manning, J C; Van Der Bank, M; Savolainen, V
2008A new species of Oxalis from the Hantam-Roggeveld Plateau, Northern Cape, South Africa (Oxalidaceae).Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P
2008Aponogeton fugax, a new species endemic to the Cape Floral Region, South Africa (Aponogetonaceae).Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P; Sieben, E J J; Roux, J P
2005A new species of Freesia (Iridaceae: Crocoideae) from the Succulent Karoo, South Africa, and notes on nomenclature and infrageneric classification.Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P
2004Two new species of Romulea (Iridaceae: Crocoideae) from the western Karoo, Northern Cape and notes on infrageneric classification and range extensions.Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P
2012Systematics of the hypervariable Moraea tripetala complex (Iridaceae: Iridoideae) of the southern African winter rainfall zone.Goldblatt, P; Manning, J C
2012Systematics of the southern African genus Ixia (Iridaceae: Crocoideae): 4. Revision of sect. Dichone.Goldblatt, P; Manning, J C
2012New species and subspecies of Babiana, Hesperantha and Ixia (Crocoideae) from southern Africa, range extensions, and morphological and nomenclatural notes on Babiana and Geissorhiza.Goldblatt, P; Manning, J C
2012Notes on Moraea subg. Visciramosa (Iridoideae), including the new species Moraea saldanhensis from western South Africa, recognition of M. inconspicua subsp. namaquensis, and pollination biology in M. rivulicola.Goldblatt, P; Manning, J C