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Acknowledgements: information has primarily been sourced, and specific descriptions often directly quoted, from: von Breitenbach, Dr. F  1974,  Southern Cape Forests and Trees,  The Government Printer, Pretoria.Coates Palgrave, Meg  2002,  Keith Coates Palgrave Trees of Southern Africa,  Struik Publishers, Cape Town.van Wyk, Braam & van Wyk, Piet 1997, Field Guide to Trees of Southern Africa, Struik Publishers, Cape Town.Other information sources are listed on the References page.The Westford Bridge Private Nature Reserve website and images are Esther and Philip Townsend.Sappi tree spotting Lifer List Balkwill,Boon,Coates Palgrave,Glen,Jordaan,Lotter,Schmidt,Thomas.Sappi Tree Spotting Highveld and Drakensberg Tree and shrub identification made easy – Jacana Revised edition with new tree names.Field Guide to the Acacias of South Africa, Nico Smit.  Trees of Southern Africa Keith Coates Palgrave New Edition revised and updated by Meg Coates Palgrave.  Field Guide to Trees of Southern Africa, Braam van Wyk & Piet van Wyk.  Fotogids tot Bome van Suider-Afrika/Photo Guide to Trees of Southern Africa, Braam van Wyk, Piet van Wyk, Ben-Erik van Wyk.  Benut ons Inheemse Bome/Making the most of Indigenous Trees, Fanie & Julye-Ann Venter, main photographer:  Pitta Joffe.  Photographic guide to trees of Southern Africa, Braam van Wyk, Piet van Wyk, Ben-Erik van Wyk.  Muthi and Myths from the African Bush, Heather Dugmore & Ben-Erik van Wyk.  Gardening with Indigenous Trees, David & Sally Johnson.  Veldgids tot die Akasias van Suid-Afrika, Nico Smit.  Muti en Mites uit Afrika, Heather Dugmore en Ben-Erik van Wyk.