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2012Exploring the significance of land-cover change in South Africa: news and views.Gillson, L; Midgley, G F; Wakeling, J L
2012A new specific plant host for the agave snout weevil, Scyphophorus punctatus Gyllenhal, 1838 (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in South Africa: a destructive pest of species of Agave L. (Agavaceae).Smith (SANBI), G.F.; Stals, R.; Figueiredo, E.; Klopper (SANBI), R.R.; Crouch (SANBI), N.R.; Janion, S.; Chown, S.
2012South Africa’s ongoing Opuntia Mill. (Cactaceae) problem: the case of Opuntia tomentosa Salm-Dyck.Smith (SANBI), G.F.; Figueiredo, E.
2012A second species of Furcraea Vent. (Agavaceae), F. tuberosa (Mill.) W.T.Aiton, naturalised in South Africa.Smith (SANBI), G.F.; Figueiredo, E.
2012A first record of Yucca aloifolia L. (Agavaceae/Asparagaceae) naturalized in South Africa with notes on its uses and reproductive biology.Smith, G.F.; Figueiredo, E.; Crouch (SANBI), N.R.
2012A further species of Agave L., A. salmiana Otto ex Salm-Dyck (subsp. salmiana) var. salmiana (Agavaceae), naturalised in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.Smith (SANBI), G.F.; Figueiredo, E.
2008Naturalised species of Agave L. (Agavaceae) in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.Smith (SANBI), G.F.; Walters (SANBI), M.; Figueiredo, E.; Klopper (SANBI), R.R.
2012Costs of expanding the network of protected areas as a response to climate change in the Cape Floristic Region.Wise, R M; Reyers, B; Guo, C; Midgley, G F; De Lange, W
2012Cultivation shapes genetic novelty in a globally important invader.Thompson, G D; Bellstedt, D U; Byrne, M; Millar, M A; Richardson, D M; Wilson, J R U; Le Roux, J J
2013Do frugivorous birds concentrate their foraging activities on those alien plants with the most abundant and nutritious fruits in the South African Mediterranean-climate region?Mokotjomela, T M; Musil C F; Esler, K J