Supplements containing Acacia karroo
foliage reduce nematode burdens in Nguni and crossbred cattle.
is an important leguminous tree in communal rangelands of southern Africa and is able to thrive in severe and dry conditions.
The Soutpansberg mountain range contains Karroo
Sequence sediments and ranges across 560km.
In Africa Striatopodocarpites cancellatus occurs in lower Permian strata in Tanzania  and also in the early Karroo
deposits in the Orange Free State .
Jacobs, pitfall traps, Karroo
bush (NCA 2008/1582); 1[female] Clanwilliam, Skerpheuwel (32.
Tolerance to soil temperatures experienced during and after the passage of fire in seeds of Acacia karroo
These formations cover a pre-Cenozoic Karroo
substrate consisting of shales with dolerite
1931): On fossil fish from the Karroo
System, and some general considerations of the bony fishes of the Triassic period.
Ayers came across the tropical import Diospyros lycioides, often called Karroo
Bluebush, Monkey Plum or Red Star Apple, in Arizona when he was visiting the Tucson Botanic Gardens.
Several species occur in the Karroo
desert; the western border runs through the Herero land; eastward, species are known to Transvaal and Natal.
thorn, rosewood and kochia were found to pose the greatest threat under climate change while white weeping broom and fringed dodder were predicted to have the highest risk of establishing in new areas.
Spring is the best time to catch Kirstenbosch, and also the Karroo
which in the South African summer seems a dry wasteland beyond the coastal mountain chain but is transformed into a floral wonderland after the winter rains.