Observations in the Species: Ekebergia capensis

English Name: Cape Ash or Dog Plum or Es or Esboom or Esseboom or Essehout or Essenhout or Isimanaye or Kaapse Essenhout or Kaapse-Essenhout or Largeleaf Capeash or Mmaba or Mmidibidi or Motshai or Mountain Ash or Mudouma or Mutovuma or Plum or Rooi-Essehout or Rooi-Essenhout or Transvaal-Essenhout or Transvaalessehout or Transvaalessenhout or Umathunzini or Umathunzini-We-Zintaba or Umathunzini-Wezintaba or Umgwenya Wezinja or Umgwenya-Wezinja or Umgwenye Wezinya or Umgwenye-Wezinja or Umgwenyezinja or Umgwenyuizinja or Umnyama or Umnyamathi or Umnyamati or Umquehle or Umthoma or Uvungu or Vaal-Essenhout or Vaalessehout or Vaalessenhout

Synonyms also shown: Trichilia ekebergia, Ekebergia senegalensis var. coriacea, Ekebergia senegalensis, Ekebergia meyeri, Ekebergia petitiana, Ekebergia petitiana var. australis, Ekebergia holtzii, Ekebergia complanata, Ekebergia mildbraedii, Ekebergia rueppelliana

Tree at school

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Location: Aylestone 8
Observed on: 16th October 2013
Added to iSpot: 7th November 2013
Likely ID: Ekebergia capensis
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 2
Description: See http://ispot.org.za/node/222097 for Moth observation

Fruits of Ekebergia capensis

Fruits of Ekebergia capensis
By: Charles Stirton
Overberg Lowlands Conservation Trust
Plants expert
Location: Skukuza Rest Camp, Kruger National Park
Observed on: 18th January 2013
Added to iSpot: 23rd March 2013
Likely ID: Ekebergia capensis
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 4
Comments: 0

Ekebergia capenis

Ekebergia capensis dt
By: outramps
Botanical Society of South AfricaCustodians of Rare and Endangered WildflowersMountain Club of SA (South Cape)Protea Atlas Project
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Location: Ebb and Flow Wilderness Nationa Park
Observed on: 28th November 2012
Added to iSpot: 11th January 2013
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 3
Comments: 0
Description: Dioecious tree to 20 m. Leaves opposite, imparipinnate, leaflets lanceolate, assymetric at the base. Flowers in axillary cymose panicles, whitish. This was growing in the Ebb and Flow campsite at the start of the Giant Kingfisher Trail in Wilderness. I'd hardly call it urban, but it is parkland so......

Ekebergia

Ekebergia
By: tony rebelo
iSpot TeamBotanical Society of South Africa A-teamCape Bird ClubEntomological Society of Southern AfricaFriends of Tokai ParkProtea Atlas ProjectSenior Scout AdventureSouth African National Biodiversity InstituteSouth African National Parks Honorary RangersToyota Enviro Outreach
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Location: Otter Trail: day 3 Elandbos River to Blousloep
Observed on: 23rd November 2012
Added to iSpot: 10th December 2012
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 2
Comments: 0

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By: Brian KD2
Custodians of Rare and Endangered Wildflowers
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Location: Glenwood House, George
Observed on: 6th December 2012
Added to iSpot: 6th December 2012
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0

Cape Ash

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By: Brian KD2
Custodians of Rare and Endangered Wildflowers
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Location: Heatherlands, George, W. Cape
Observed on: 22nd November 2012
Added to iSpot: 22nd November 2012
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0

Ekebergia capensis fruit dt

Ekebergia capensis fruit dt
By: outramps
Botanical Society of South AfricaCustodians of Rare and Endangered WildflowersMountain Club of SA (South Cape)Protea Atlas Project
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Location: Strawberry Hill Fern Trail
Observed on: 13th July 2012
Added to iSpot: 15th November 2012
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 2
Comments: 0
Description: Dioecious tree to 20 m. Leaves opposite, imparipinnate, leaflets lanceolate, assymetric at the base. Flowers in axillary cymose panicles, whitish.

Porcupine feeding on Essenhout

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By: johanbaard
South African National Parks
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Location: Bibbeyshoek, Goudveld, Knysna
Observed on: 10th April 2010
Added to iSpot: 3rd November 2012
Likely ID: Ekebergia capensis
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0
Description: Trees don't die from this.

Ekebergia capensis

Ekebergia capensis
By: Carla
South African National Biodiversity Institute
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Location: Princekasteel Wetland
Observed on: 18th November 2011
Added to iSpot: 3rd April 2012
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0

Ekebergia capensis dt

Ekebergia capensis dt
By: outramps
Botanical Society of South AfricaCustodians of Rare and Endangered WildflowersMountain Club of SA (South Cape)Protea Atlas Project
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Location: Strawberry Hill
Observed on: 17th February 2012
Added to iSpot: 20th March 2012
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0
Description: Dioecious tree to 20m. This plant was a juvenile about 40cm high. It is uncommon in the Strawberry Hill forests.

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