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2011Romulea pilosa and R. quartzicola (Iridaceae: Crocoideae), two new species from the southern African winter rainfall region, with nomenclatural corrections including new names for R. amoena, R. neglecta and R. rosea var. reflexa.Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P; Harrower, A D
2011A review of the genus Xenoscapa (Iridaceae: Crocoideae), including X. grandiflora, a new species from southern Namibia.Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P
2011Ornithoglossum pulchrum (Colchicaceae: Colchiceae), a new species from southern Namibia.Snijman, D A; Nordenstam, B; Mannheimer, C
2011Vitaceae. A new and an overlooked record of Cyphostemma in Angola.De Sousa, F.; Figueiredo, E.; Smith (SANBI), G.F.
2011Tritonia cedarmontana and T. linearifolia (Iridaceae: Crocoideae), two new species from the Cape Floristic Region; T. lineata var. parvifolia included in T. gladiolaris; and the correct author citation for T. strictifolia .Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P
2011Adenogramma natans (Molluginaceae), a remarkable new aquatic species from Western Cape, South Africa.Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P; Forest, F
2011Ammocharis deserticola (Amaryllideae), a new species from Namibia and a key to species of the genus.Snijman, D A; Kolberg, H
2012Asteraceae. Berkheya jardineana (Arctotideae—Gorteriinae), a new dwarf perennial from the Swartruggens, Western Cape.Manning (SANBI), John C.; Goldblatt, P.
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