About the website

This site provides information about the flowering plants and ferns of Caprivi, sometimes known as the Caprivi Strip or the Okavango Panhandle, which is part of Namibia. This is one of 6 e-floras which cover the Flora Zambesiaca area in south-central Africa. Five countries are now covered, namely Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe together with this e-flora about the Caprivi Strip.

The principal contributors to the site are Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings, Meg Coates Palgrave and Mark Hyde.

As of today, Sunday, 25 September 2016, we have 872 native or naturalised species in the database for Caprivi. There are 4761 images for 597 species, of which 595 are native or naturalised and 2 are purely cultivated.

The Site history page gives details of the latest additions to the site. There is also a Frequently Asked Questions page.

View recently edited pages

As a guide to where to look for new content, below are details of some of the most recently updated pages. Further recently updated species may be found on this page.

DateSpecies
11 Sep 2016 Euphorbia hirta
22 Aug 2016 Plukenetia africana
04 Aug 2016 Helichrysum subglomeratum
03 Aug 2016 Trachypogon spicatus
25 Jul 2016 Ipomoea chloroneura
24 Jul 2016 Flacourtia indica
24 Jul 2016 Pavetta schumanniana
29 Jun 2016 Bergia decumbens
27 Jun 2016 Glinus lotoides var. lotoides
08 Jun 2016 Cynanchum schistoglossum

Mark Hyde

 

Bart Wursten

 

Petra Ballings

 

Meg Coates Palgrave

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ndundu(at)zol.co.zw

 

ballings.petra(at)telenet.be

 

megcp(at)zol.co.zw

Sunday, 25 September 2016


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Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2014-16

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2016). Flora of Caprivi: Home page.
http://www.capriviflora.com/index.php, retrieved 25 September 2016

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