Afzelia quanzensis is a protected tree in South Africa. See also. List of Southern African indigenous trees. References. ^ “Protected Trees” (PDF). Like other Afzelia spp., the wood of Afzelia quanzensis is characterized by an excellent stability with little susceptibility to variations in humidity, small shrinkage . Afzelia quanzensis. Fabaceae – Caesalpinioideae. Welw. mahogany bean, lucky bean tree, chamfuti, afzelia. Larvae of the maize cobborer attacking seeds of.
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In the process, they discard seeds, which drop on the ground where they either germinate or are eaten by rodents. Older trees usually occur scattered, rarely in small groups.
Caesalpiniaceae x – k – jpg www. Pages 61 – Login to add your Comment Not registered yet? Logs may have crevices filled with a yellowish powdery uqanzensis originating from the wood vessels.
Animals such as monkeys and hornbills feed on the arils and disperse the seeds. Flowers with a single petal, pinkish-red with yellow veining. Red qyanzensis list status: Insects associated with this species: Although Afzelia quanzensis is widespread, it is locally threatened by exploitation for its valuable timber, e.
There are citation in web searches related afzwlia Afzelia quanzensis Welw. Magical properties are ascribed to the tree. Afzelia quanzensis Afzelia quenzensis in Miombo forest x afzekia 36k – jpg www. Participatory planting and management of indigenous trees: The seeds are locally popular for necklaces and ornaments.
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Rate this plant Is this an interesting plant? Afzelia quanzensis is a member the subfamily Caesalpinioideae the Bauhinia subfamily.
Flora of Zimbabwe: Species information: Afzelia quanzensis
Afzelia quanzensis Photo of Afzelia quanzensis Welw. Medpharm Scientific, Stuttgart, Germany.
Click on each image to see a larger version and details of the record View all images They should be kept protected for the first two seasons in cold areas, as they are frost sensitive. Kirkia 10 1 Page Briza Publications, Pretoria, South Africa. Dehydrocrepenynic acid acts as quanznsis of conjugation in gram-negative bacteria, which may provide a means to control the spread of antibiotic resistance.
Tall specimens grow in some patches of coastal forest azfelia denser miombo woodland, although most quanzzensis are shorter and occur along seasonal stream courses. Gluing usually does not cause problems. The quanzensid is susceptible to Lyctus attack. Powdered bark mixed with one’s own body oil is believed to ward off attacks and bad luck.
Full Sun Gardening skill: However, under natural conditions, the germination rate declines strongly after 3 months. Leaflets oblong-elliptic, cm long, dark green above paler below, leathery; margin entire with a yellow rim. They are up to mm long and are divided once, with pairs of leaflets. Germination may take two to three weeks.
Members are characterized by alternate paripinnate leaves with usually opposite leaflets.
Afzelia quanzensis Afzelia quanzensis. Flowers are sweet-scented, borne in erect clusters, and are green with pinkish red petals Large, brown, woody, flat pods, mm long, are produced in late summer.