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Olifantinvloed op Acacia Nigrescens-bome in 'n gedeelte van die Punda Milia- Sandveld van die Nasionale Krugerwildtuin

A. H Engelbrecht
Koedoe | Vol 22, No 1 | a649 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/koedoe.v22i1.649 | © 1979 A. H Engelbrecht | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 02 December 1979 | Published: 02 December 1979

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A. H Engelbrecht, Afdeling Navorsing en Inligting, South Africa

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Olifantinvloed op groot Acacia nigrescens (knop- piesdoring) borne in die Punda Milia-Sandveld van die Nasionale Krugerwildtuin, is in Desernber 1978 ondersoek. 'n Monster van 951 borne toon dat die voortbestaan van die boornpopulasie bedreig word. Elephant impact on Acacia nigrescens trees in a section of the Punda Milia-Sandveld of the Kruger National Park. An investigation of elephant impact on tall Acacia nigrescens trees in the Punda Milia- Sandveld of the Kruger National Park was conducted during December 1978. A sample of 951 trees showed that the tree population is endangered.

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