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Acacia implexa in South Africa: an emerging invader and potential candidate
Hons. thesis assessing the potential for eradicating Acacia implexa from South Africa
Assessing the invasiveness of Acacia stricta and Acacia implexa: is eradication an option?
This thesis investigates the invasiveness and current status of two Acacia species recently identified as invaders in South Africa in order to determine the feasibility of their eradication. Australian acacias are among ...
Brooms (Spartium junceum and Genista monspessulana) in the Western Cape
Many woody legumes in the tribe Genistae (sometimes called "brooms") native to Europe, North Africa and Western Asia, are highly invasive in regions such as Australia, Chile and California. However, they are not recognised ...
Determining the invasive status of Australian Acacia species in South Africa, and the potential for eradicating species with limited distributions
While widespread invasions of Australian acacia species (wattles) have been fairly well documented, very little is known about species that have no substantial commercial value or those that are not well-established invaders ...