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2013Red Listed medicinal plants of South Africa: status, trends, and assessment challenges.Williams, V.L.; Victor (SANBI), J.E.; Crouch (SANBI), N.R.
2016A revision of Heterolepis Cass. (Asteraceae: Cichorioideae)Bergh (SANBI), Nicola.G; McKenzie, Robert. J
2016Relationships of the sub-Saharan African genus Zygotritonia Mildbr.(Iridaceae: Crocoideae) inferred from molecular analysisGoldblatt, P.; Manning (SANBI), J.C.; Demissew, Sedsebe; Malakasi, P.; Forest, F.
2016-06Assessing the invasiveness of Berberis aristata and B. julianae (Berberidaceae) in South Africa: Management options and legal recommendationsKeet, J.H.; Cindi (SANBI), D.D.; Du Preez, P.J.
2017-03-04Invasive potential and management of Melaleuca hypericifolia (Myrtaceae) in South AfricaHickley, K.I.; Kaplan (SANBI), Haylee; Van Wyk (SANBI), Ernita; Renteria (SANBI), Jorge Luis; Boatwright, James Stephen
2017-03Assessing and managing the threat posed by Epipremnum aureum in South AfricaMoodley (SANBI), Desika; Proches, Serban; Wilson (SANBI), John R.U.
2017A review of the history and taxonomy of the enigmatic southern African endemic wild lettuce Lactuca dregeana DC. (Asteraceae: Lactuceae: Lactucinae)van Herwijnen, Z.O.; Manning (SANBI), J.C.
2013Montpellier broom (Genista monspessulana) and Spanish broom (Spartium junceum) in South Africa: An assessment of invasiveness and options for managementGeerts (SANBI), Sjirk; Botha (SANBI), Pieter W.; Visser, Vernon; Richardson, David M.; Wilson (SANBI), John R.U.
2015-03-12New species, combinations and range extensions in Hesperantha Ker Gawl.Goldblatt, P; Manning (SANBI), J.C; Van Wyk, P.V.C
2015-09Hopliine beetle pollination in annual Wahlenbergia species(Campanulaceae) from western South Africa, and the new species W. melanopsManning (SANBI), J.C; Goldblatt, P; Colville (SANBI), J.F; Cupido (SANBI), C.N