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Appendix 1 lists the names of all alien specimens in the Maputo herbaria, as it was not possible to determine whether they were naturalised or merely crop and garden plants. 3phl'2oo^ national botanical imstitutis Recommended citation format Da Silva, M. Back cover: Dry deciduous lowland forest near Inhaminga, Sofala Province (Photo: John Burrows); Adiantum mendoncae , a rare fern endemic to Mozambique and Zimbabwe (Photo: John Burrows); SABONET expedition participants recording locality information in coastal grassland near Ponta Malon- gane (Photo: Stefan Siebert). Clarke) Immelman • The main checklist contains no alien taxa. Moffett Subeditors: Lidia Gibson and Hanlie van Heerden Text design and layout: Antworks Layout & Design, Pretoria (27) 72 5072198 Cover design: Antworks Layout & Design Front cover: Ribaue Mountain, Nampula Province, northern Mozambique (Photo: John Burrows). Ted Oliver, John Rourke, Koos Roux, and Dee Snijman (National Botanical Institute, NBG), as well as Yashica Singh (National Botanical Institute, NH). aquilinum Gaza, Manica, Maputo, Niassa, Sofala, Tete, Zambezia aquilinum (L.) Kuhn subsp. Niassa DIPTERIDACEAE see POLYPODIACEAE DRYOPTERIDACEAE DIDYMOCHLAENA Desv.

Of these, 1 77 are endemic and 300 are listed on the country’s Red Data List (Izidine & Bandeira 2002).

As in most other southern African countries, timber, medicinal, edible, and ornamental species are the most important groups of plant used in Mozambique.

John Manning, Carel Jongkind, Gerrit Germishuizen, e Lyn Fish.

A Rodney Moffett, que fez a revisao cientifica do manuscrito, um agradecimento especial. Shirley Smithies, e Mienkie Welman (National Botanical Institute, PRE), Hubert Kurzweil. Tryon Manica, Nampula, Sofala HYPOLEPIS Bemh sparsisora (Schrad.) Kuhn Manica, Sofala Common name: bengamufo LINDSAEA Dryand.

MARY GUNN LIBRARY 0000005418 South African National Biodiversity Institute Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2016 with funding from South African National Biodiversity Institute Libraries OOmcda A preliminary checklist of the vascular plants of Mozambique Catalogo provisorio das plantas superiores de Mozambique A preliminary checklist of the vascular plants of Mozambique Mario Calane da Silva Samira Izidine Ana Bela Amude Catalogo provisorio das plantas superiores de Mogambique Southern African Botanical Diversity Network Report No. 14818 Lebatlane Road, Gaborone West, Extension 6 Gaborone, Botswana), under the terms of Grant No. The opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID, the SABONET Steering Committee or SABONET National Working Groups. Anthony Manica, Sofala zambesiacum Schelpe Zambezia TECTARIA Cav. linearis Manica, Sofala Common name: dadza GLEICHENIA Sm.

• The IUCN conservation status is indicated as follows: DD = Data Deficient E = Endemic EN = Endangered LR-nt = Low Risk (near threatened) LR-lc = Low Risk (Least concern) Ne = Near endemic VU = Vulnerable Appendix 2 contains detailed descriptions of all the IUCN categories. SABONET website: report is a product of the Southern African Botanical Diversity Network (SABONET) and was made possible through support provided by the Global Environment Facility (GEF)/United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)AZVorld Conservation Union-Regional Office for southern Africa (IUCN ROSA) (Plot no. nanodes (Peter) Ching® rigescens (Bory ex Willd.) Lellinger = Melpomene tlabelliformis MELPOMENE A. The average annual temperature is approximately 25°C and the rainfall ranges from 400-2,000 mm per year, being generally higher and more reliable in the North and erratic in the South. There are four broad phytochoria: the Zambezian Regio- nal Centre of Endemism, the Zanzibar-Inhambane Regional Mosaic, the Tongaland-Pondoland Regional Mosaic, and the Afromontane Region. The main vegeta- tion types are miombo woodland, mopane woodland, grassland, tropical dune forest, and mangroves (Munisse 11995). Centres of endemism Two main centres of endemism are found in Mozam- bique: Maputaland in the South, which includes areas in South Africa and Swaziland, and Chimanimani, shared between central Mozambique and Zimbabwe (Hatton & Munguambe 1998). 30 • 2004 • Key to the checklist • The layout and acceptance of families, genera, and species is given alphabetically and follows that of the most recent species list (Germishuizen & Meyer 2003) published by the National Botanical Institute, Pretoria. • Names that are not accepted are in italics and are followed by a cross-reference to the accepted name. A nossa gratidao e tambem enderegada ao Instituto Nacional de In vestigagao Agronomica (INIA) e a Universidade Eduardo Mondlane (UEM) por nos terem disponibilizado os seus herbarios para as nossas pesquisas.

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