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Xylotheca kraussiana (African Dog-rose)

Synonyms: Oncoba kraussiana; Xylotheca kotzei; Xylotheca kraussiana var. glabrifolia; Xylotheca lasiopetala

Wikipedia Abstract

Xylotheca kraussiana is an African shrub or small multi-stemmed tree growing in the sandveld and widely distributed throughout the eastern parts of Southern Africa, in particular the eastern Transvaal, coastal Natal and Mozambique, preferring the sandy soils of coastal bush and forest. This plant used to belong to the family Flacourtiaceae, but was relocated to Achariaceae by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group.
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Predators

Acraea oncaea (Window Acraea)[1]
Acraea petraea (Blood Acraea)[1]
Cephalophus natalensis (Natal duiker)[2]

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1Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics.
2Co-existence and niche segregation of three small bovid species in southern Mozambique, Herbert H.T. Prins, Willem F. de Boer, Herman van Oeveren, Augusto Correia, Jorge Mafuca and Han Olff, 2006 East African Wild Life Society, Afr. J. Ecol., 44, 186–198
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