The Stigma and Style are simple. Media in category "Burkea africana" The following 18 files are in this category, out of 18 total. Angiosperms.  Glands are lacking. Uganda and Cape Prov. Other Common Names: Mgando, Mkarati, Msangala (Tanzania). Common name (s): Wild or Red syringa. Full Sun – Prefers 6 or more hours of sun per day. National Assessment: Red List of South African Plants version 2020.1. Regular flowers usually have 4-5 sepals and the same number of petals. Common Name: Wild syringa. Burkea africana. Natural Resources Board, Harare. Derivation of specific name: africana : African 2019. These Trees are often found in deep, sandy soil in deciduous bushveld (a sub-tropical woodland ecoregion of southern Africa).  They occur in different woodland types from 50 to 1 700m.  They grow naturally in Gauteng – common round Pretoria, Limpopo, North West, Mpumalanga, Mozambique (mainly central and north), Northern Namibia, Botswana (often in sandy soils) and northward towards Ethiopia and Nigeria.  This plant does best with annual rainfall from 1 000 to 1 200mm.  Larvae of the butterfly Apricot Playboy (Deudorix dinochares) feed on the Leaves. In South Africa Burkea africana is the favourite food plant for the moth Cirina forda. Required fields are marked *. Sheds Part of Its Foliage During Winter/Autumn. Published online. Seeds vary. Reference page. Natural Resources Board, Harare.  The superior, partially sunken Ovary is densely hairy.  It has a short, thick Style and a funnel-shaped Stigma, which is slit down one side.  The flower buds are green-yellow. (Includes a picture). The wood is used for firewood and to produce charcoal The wood is used for firewood and to produce charcoal The Tree: The tree grows to a height of 50-70 ft (15.2-21.3m), with a diameter of 12-24 in. Burkea > africana: Burkea africana Hook. Burkea africana, habitus, De Wildt 4x4, a.jpg 3,888 × 2,592; 5.66 MB International Plant Names Index. FAMILY: Caesalpiniaceae. Pages 60 - 61. Common Trees of the Central Watershed Woodlands of Zimbabwe.  The Margin is entire (with a continuous margin, not in any way indented). Burkea africana. Tenth Printing 1965. GENERAL USES: The wood of the plant is used for heavy construction, flooring, furniture, railway sleepers, poles and so on.  They are bipinnate (Compound: twice pinnate.  The central axis or rachis has lateral “branches” not leaflets and the leaflets are on these side pinnae “branches” – photo 175).  Each leaf consists of 2-3 pairs of pinnae and each pinna has 4-9 well-spaced, alternate Leaflets (photo 177)  Each grey-green, blue-green to dark green leaflet is roughly elliptic and up to 6 x 3cm.  The terminal leaflet is not centrally placed.  Leaflet Veins are difficult to see – unless viewed against a strong light (photo 494). (30-61mm) with boles that average 15-20 ft (4.6-6.1m) in length. Common Names. Although initially susceptible to fires, mature trees tend to recover well after the passage of fire. Distribution: Widely distributed in dry savanna forests from Nigeria southward to to Transvaal. Tropicos.org 2019. Calodendrum capense. The Leaves are crowded towards the ends of branches and tend to droop.  The ends of young branches are broad, rusty-red to maroon with densely matted hair (photo 174).  This is a distinctive feature – especially in winter.  Roots can extend horizontally for many metres and are generally shallow.  Flowers are small – up to 5mm wide and arranged in attractive pendulous Spikes (simple indeterminate inflorescence with sessile flowers on a single unbranched stalk).  These spikes are up to 24cm long. Dichrostachys cinerea subsp. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. It has creamy-white flowers followed by tassels, which hang on the leafless tree from September to November. Family: Leguminosae. Your email address will not be published. Semi Frost Hardy – Is Able to Survive Moderately Low Temperatures. original illustration from the 'Trees of Central Africa' Burkea africana Hook. This site uses cookies to improve your browsing experience. Genus: Burkea Benth. Is Able to Survive Moderately Low Temperatures. Irregular flowers have 4-5 sepals and 5 or less petals. (30-61mm) with boles that average 15 … Burkea africana common names, economics importance, distributional range and more in the USDA GRIN website - See link. Leaves may also be simple and usually have stipules – some of which may be spinescent. Burkea africana Family: Leguminosae Burkea Other Common Names: Mgando, Mkarati, Msangala (Tanzania). Most of subsaharan Africa. This unarmed, flat-topped or rounded crowned Tree (photo 162) may reach 18m high.  The Trunk may reach a diameter of up to 80 cm.  The Bark is rough, dark grey, fissured and is often flaking (photo 159).  Green lichen may be present.  The inner bark is either pink to dull red or purplish brown. After the Orchidaceae and the Asteraceae, the Fabaceae is the third largest Angiosperm (flowering plants) family with 700+ genera and close to 20 000 species. ex Oliv. Distribution: The species Burkea africana can be found in East African regions of sub-Saharan Africa. africana is small-leaved and subsp. Published on the internet. Reference page. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Common names. Burkea africana. Family: Fabaceae Lindl. This attractive tree does well in a sandy soil and can tolerate some frost. Accessed November 11 2019. var. ); mpulu (Tsonga), monato (Tswana); monatô (Northern Sotho); mufhulu (Venda) SA Tree No: 197 Search PubMed (US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health) for academic researches with the search term Burkea africana - See link .  Only young leaves have silvery hairs that lie tight against the blade.  The Apex is rounded or notched and the Base is asymmetric (photo 177). Missouri Botanical Garden. NAME: Burkea africana. Tropicos.org 2019. The Plant List. View. Low Maintenance – Requires little maintenance. Tree growing in woodland savannah Photograph by: JMK Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0. Tons of creative content coming your way! RSA Tree No. Plant Description: Burkea africana is an attractive tree that does well in a sandy soil and can tolerate some frost. Other Names: Mucarala, mgando, maccarati, siri. van Wyk, B. Struik, Cape Town. africana, two varieties are recognized, based on the hairiness of the leaves. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Categories: Trees.  Nailing may cause splitting and pre-boring will help overcome this.  The Heartwood is used for fence posts, parquet flooring, railway sleepers, mortars and attractive furniture.  The centre of the bowl is often defective.  Wood is an excellent Fuel.  Caterpillars of the moth (Cirina forda), which have a wingspan in excess of 10cm, consume the Leaves.  These caterpillars also provide food for the local people.  They are boiled and lightly roasted and may also be dried and stored.  Leaves may be toxic to stock. This attractive tree does well in a sandy soil and can tolerate some frost. Burkea africana Hook. Burkea africana in Kew Science Plants of the World online. Flowers are bisexual and bracteate. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Burkea africana in Kew Science Plants of the World online. Leguminosae. Common names: (A) Geelsering, Geel-sering, Geelseringhout, Grootsering, Grootseringboom, Kaffersering, Kafferseringboom, Kleinsering, Kleinseringboom, Rhodesian Seringa, Rooisering, Rooi-sering, Rooiseringhout, Sandsering, Sand-sering, Wildesering, Wilde-sering, Wildeseringboom, Witsering, Witseringhout, (E) Red Seringa, Rhodesian Ash, Rhodesian Seringa, Seringa, Seringa Tree, Syringa Tree, White Seringa, Wild Seringa, Wild Syringa, (ND) Umnondo, (NS) Monatô, Monoto, (TS) Mkenge, (TW) Monato, Monatô, Mosêsê, (V) Mufhulu. Burkea africana common names, economics importance, distributional range and more in the USDA GRIN website - See link. Family: Fabaceae, or Leguminosae. Selected images: Click on each image to see a larger version and details of the record View all images (19) ... Common names: Frequency: Status: Native: Description: Deciduous tree, to 8 m. Bark rough, both vertically and horizontally fissured. This pod dehisces on both sides and may break into segments. Leaflets are usually entire. [family LEGUMINOSAE-CAESALPINIOIDEAE] Type of Burkea africana Hook. Search PubMed (US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health) for academic researches with the search term Burkea africana - See link . About Me. The Fabaceae are recognisable by their fruit and by their pinnately compound Leaves. Notify me of new posts by email. Plant Type: Tree. The genus was named in honour of Joseph Burke, the botanist and collector. The Tree: A small to medium-sized tree, 50 to 70 ft in height, with a bole length of 15 to 20 ft; trunk FAMILY: Caesalpiniaceae. A graceful, low-branching, flat-topped tree. Burkea. COMMON NAMES: Burkea,wild seriga.  The Bracts (modified leaves associated with reproductive structures like cone scales and inflorescence axis) are small and are persistent until the flowers open.  Individual flowers are zygomorphic (irregular flower: when corolla is divisible into 2 equal halves in one plane only).  The Calyx is campanulate (bell shaped) having a short tube with 5 rounded lobes.  The lobes are longer than the tube and are valvate (meeting by the edge without overlapping).  The 5 free, imbricate (with overlapping edges) Petals are obovate-oblong and up to 5mm long.  There are 10 nearly equal Stamens and each is about 5mm long.  The Anthers have a sessile apical gland.  A single Pistil (a unit of the Gynoecium, the female element of the flower, composed of the Ovary, Style and Stigma) is present. Pages 60 - 61. USEFUL PART(s): Bark, twigs. Missouri Botanical Garden. The single carpel develops into the Fruit, which is usually a pod. Taxonomy. Accessed: 2019 November 11.  Petiolules (stalks of leaflets) are short. Burkea africana Hook. Trees of southern Africa. Trees and Shrubs of Mpumalanga and the Kruger National Park. ... IPNI (International Plant Names Index): Burkea africana JSTOR Plant Science: Burkea africana Kew Herbarium catalogue: Burkea africana Derivation of specific name: africana : African Spirostachys africana can grow up to 18 m in height. Other Common Names: Mgando, Mkarati, Msangala (Tanzania). Common names: Red Seringa, White Seringa, Wild Seringa, Seringa tree. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. This unarmed Tree is up to 15m high.  The bipinnate Leaves have elliptic leaflets.  Whitish, zygomorphic, 5-merous Flowers are in pendulous spikes.  Fruit is a thin indehiscent pod with 1 Seed. Burkea africana Hook. Natural Resources Board, Harare. The tree is commonly known for its toxic milky latex that exudes from all parts of it. Trees and Shrubs Mozambique.  Publishing Print Matters (Pty) Ltd.  Noordhoek, Cape Town. Hello! Pages 60 - 61. ; JB) gormèl (JB) j˚ororkijigai (K&A) kokobi (JB) tiumborki (K&A) tumborki (JB) (SENEGAL, FULA-PULAAR (Senegal)), Burkill, H.M. 1985. ... IPNI (International Plant Names Index): Burkea africana JSTOR Plant Science: Burkea africana Kew Herbarium catalogue: Burkea africana Most of subsaharan Africa. Cite this page: Tropicos.org. Frances Whinder & Peter Gasson, Royal Botanic Gardens - Kew (Includes a picture). Geelsering (a), Geel-sering (a), Geelseringhout (a), Grootsering (a), … Other Names: Mucarala, mgando, maccarati, siri. Wagon wheels were made from the wood. Common names. Taxonomy of Vascular Plants. Prunus africana is a fast-growing, much branched, evergreen tree with a spherical crown; usually growing 10 - 24 metres tall with some specimens reaching 36 metres 332 Title Common Trees of the Central Watershed Woodlands of Zimbabwe. The bisexual, creamy-white Flowers are crowded towards the ends of branches.  They may appear before or with the new leaves.  They provide a white, mat-like mass. The Petiole (leaf stalk) has a swollen base and is up to 10cm long (photo 174). The fruits of Burkea superficially resemble a Terminalia, but Burkea is readily separated by its compound leaves. 2019. Struik, Cape Town. Burkea africana. Burrows, J.E., Burrows, S.M., Lotter, M.C. The dense hard Wood is pale yellow to yellowish brown.  The sapwood must be treated to prevent borer attack.  The wood is lustrous and takes a fine polish. nayassana is large-leaved. Burkea africana Hook. Foden, W. & Potter, L. 2005. COMMON NAMES: Burkea,wild seriga. Pages 60 - 61. I'm Tamara, the woman behind Zoona Nova. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Burkea (family Leguminosae).. GENERAL USES: The wood of the plant is used for heavy construction, flooring, furniture, railway sleepers, poles and so on. Right click and save this QR code to add to your plant Label. Natural Resources Board, Harare. Common Name: Cape chestnut. & van Wyk, P. 1997 Field guide to Trees of Southern Africa. The Tree: A small to medium-sized tree, 50 to 70 ft in height, with a bole length of 15 to 20 ft; trunk diameters 1 to 2 ft. Heart of the tree is often decayed. LOCAL NAMES: Apasa, orusi, Fula-Fulfulde. Burkea africana. http://www.africanmoths.com/pages/SATURNIIDAE/SATURNIINAE/cirina%20forda.htm, http://www.plantzafrica.com/plantab/burkeaafricana.htm, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burkea_africana, http://prota4u.org/protav8.asp?p=Burkea+africana, http://posa.sanbi.org/flora/browse.php?src=SP, https://everipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Burke_%28botanist%29/, Your email address will not be published. (Pea, bean or legume family). Balkema, Amsterdam, Cape Town. The fruits of Burkea superficially resemble a Terminalia, but Burkea is readily separated by its compound leaves. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Title Flora Zambesiaca Publication Plant Type: Tree. Published online. Elephants eat the Branches and leaves and monkeys eat the Flowers and Pods.  Porcupines eat and may damage the Bark.  Monkeys consume the Flowers. Assessed: 2005 (W. Foden and L. Potter). andongensis Oliv., Burkea africana Hook. Palmer, E. & Pitman, N. 1972. Selected images: Click on each image to see a larger version and details of the record View all images (19) ... Common names: Frequency: Status: Native: Description: Deciduous tree, to 8 m. Bark rough, both vertically and horizontally fissured. Slow growing, but excellent. Stamens have anthers that have 2 pollen sacs and there are usually at least twice the number of stamens as petals – often 10. LOCAL NAMES: Apasa, orusi, Fula-Fulfulde. Family: Fabaceae. Common Trees of the Central Watershed Woodlands of Zimbabwe. Name Language; Rhodesian seringa: English: wildesering: Afrikaans: Propose photo. Accessed: 2019 November 11. The compound leaves are silvery and quite often hairy.  (Sep-Nov). 18 Aug 2020 The Tree: A small to medium-sized tree, 50 to 70 ft in height, with a bole length of 15 to 20 ft; trunk diameters 1 to 2 ft. Heart of the tree is often decayed. Schmidt, S. Lotter, M. & McCleland, W. 2002.  It saws easily but has a marked cross-grain, which makes it difficult to plane.  It does not shrink much and has good gluing properties. Receive related notifications of new posts, based on your gardening interests, please let us know what you would like to receive updates on. Its characteristic bark is dark brown to black, thick, rough and neatly cracked into regular rectangular blocks that are arranged in longitudinal rows. Family: Fabaceae, or Leguminosae. cordata Welw. Burkea > africana: Burkea africana Hook. & Schmidt, E. 2018. Accessed November 11 2019. After the Orchidaceae and the Asteraceae, the Fabaceae is the third largest Angiosperm (flowering plants) family with 700+ genera and close to 20 000 species. Here the leaves may be stripped by the larvae. Distribution: The species Burkea africana can be found in East African regions of sub-Saharan Africa. The genus name is derived from the Greek, dis, meaning two; chroos, meaning colour; and stachys, meaning spike. Missouri Botanical Garden. Taxonomy. ... Common name. Lawrence, G. H. M, 1951.  The tree may only produce fruit every second year. USEFUL PART(s): Bark, twigs. ; This species is accepted, and its native range is W. Tropical Africa to NW. Name derivation: Burkea – named after Joseph Burke (1812-1873) a widely travelled plant collector and hunter in the RSA from 1840-1842.  His trip is worth reading about – see ref. By browsing this website, you agree to our use of cookies. (Includes a picture). The Gum is edible.  Dried, crushed bark is used as a fish poison. Common Trees of the Central Watershed Woodlands of Zimbabwe. Seeds are difficult to cultivate and trees are slow growing.  Roots provide a red dye.  Twigs show antimicrobial activity against a wide variety of bacteria and fungi – supporting the use as a chewing-stick for dental care. Burkea africana. The Macmillan Company, New York. Bauhinia tomentosa (Yellow Bell Bauhinia), Quassia amara (Amargo, Bitter-ash, Bitter-wood). Within D. cinerea subsp. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Common Name: Burkea. International Plant Names Index. The record derives from ILDIS (data supplied on 2010-07-14) which reports it as an accepted name (record 918 []).. Synonyms: No synonyms are recorded for this name. Distribution: Widely distributed in dry savanna forests from Nigeria southward to to Transvaal. Will Get Damaged and Possibly Killed During Periods of Frost. Local Tree genera include Acacia (Vauchellia, Senegalia), Albizia, Bauhinia, Bolusanthus, Burkea, Calpurnia, Colophospermum, Cyclopia, Dichrostachys, Erythrina, Erythrophleum, Faidherbia, I… binarobé (JB; K&A) diororki diigahi (Aub. Burkea africana, the wild syringa (Bambara: siri), is a deciduous, medium-sized, spreading, flat-topped tree belonging to the family Caesalpiniaceae.The genus was named in honour of Joseph Burke, the botanist and collector. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Old leaves are often marked with brown spots. Burkea africana Hook. Tree growing in woodland savannah ... Burkea africana is an attractive, deciduous shrub or tree, usually with a flat, spreading crown[308. Conservation: National Status: L C. (Least Concern). a-ñu (JB) (SENEGAL, BASARI), Burkill, H.M. 1985. ; Burkea africana Hook. The useful plants of west tropical Africa, Vol. EVERYTHING and ANYTHING about plants and gardening in South Africa. The useful plants of west tropical Africa, Vol. Burkea africana Hook. Coates Palgrave, M. 2002. Keith Coates Palgrave Trees of Southern Africa, edn 3. Name Language; Rhodesian seringa: English: wildesering: Afrikaans: Propose photo.  africana – from Africa.  This is the only species of the genus Burkea in southern Africa. Common names: wild seringa (Eng. The pale brown, thin, coriaceous (leathery), flattened, elliptic, Fruit is an indehiscent Pod that is up to 8 x 2,5cm.  The stipitate (supported by a short stipe or a short stalk) pods, which are wing-like, hang in clusters that mature by July but may remain on the tree for months.  Each pod usually holds one compressed Seed (photo 679). ... IPNI (International Plant Names Index): Burkea africana JSTOR Plant Science: Burkea africana Kew Herbarium catalogue: Burkea africana (Includes a picture). 3. ... IPNI (International Plant Names Index): Burkea africana JSTOR Plant Science: Burkea africana Kew Herbarium catalogue: Burkea africana Jacana, Johannesburg. Other Common Names: Mgando, Mkarati, Msangala (Tanzania). Distribution: Widely distributed in dry savanna forests from Nigeria southward to to Transvaal. NAME: Burkea africana. Published on the internet. Designed by Elegant Themes | Powered by WordPress. Burkea. Burkea africana ( Wild or Red syringa) Botanical name: Burkea africana.  This tree is often associated with other trees including Terminalia sericea, Ochna pulchra, Colophospermum mopane, Pterocarpus angolensis and Combretum imberbe.  Bark contains alkaloids and tannins and extracts can be used for tanning. 3. tiumborki (K (SENEGAL, TUKULOR), Burkill, H.M. 1985. Distribution: Widely distributed in dry savanna forests from Nigeria southward to to Transvaal. (Pea, bean or legume family). Local Tree genera include Acacia (Vauchellia, Senegalia), Albizia, Bauhinia, Bolusanthus, Burkea, Calpurnia, Colophospermum, Cordyla, Cyclopia, Dichrostachys, Erythrina, Erythrophleum, Faidherbia, Indigofera, Mundulea, Peltophorum, Philenoptera, Piliostigma, Schotia and Xanthocercis. The superior Ovary has one locule that may contain 1 or more ovules. The Tree: The tree grows to a height of 50-70 ft (15.2-21.3m), with a diameter of 12-24 in. Plant Type: Tree. ); wildesering (Afr. var. 197. 3; September October November Creamy white flower followed by tussles. is an accepted name . The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Burkea africana, the wild syringa (Bambara: siri), is a deciduous, medium-sized, spreading, flat-topped tree belonging to the family Caesalpiniaceae. Accessed on 2020/11/24. Common Name: Wild syringa. Ochna holstii/Red ironwood/Common Forest Ochna/Indigenous ... Zahna africana/Mtukumpata/Velvet Fruit Zanha/Indigenous ... Name * Email * Website. 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