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  1. Suppression of silver-leaf bitter apple (<em>Solanum elaeagnifolium</em> Cav.) by cultivated pasture crops under dry-land conditions: a preliminary study

    Suppression of silver-leaf bitter apple (<em>Solanum elaeagnifolium</em> Cav.) by cultivated pasture crops under dry-land conditions: a preliminary study

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Suppression of the weed silver-leaf bitter apple (Solarium elaeagnifolium Cav.) by three pasture species, under dry-land conditions, was studied in a field trial over four seasons in the Free State Province. The pasture crops used were oats (Avena sativa), smuts...
  2. Observations on the linefish resources of Namibia, 1990?2000, with special reference to West Coast steenbras and silver kob

    Observations on the linefish resources of Namibia, 1990?2000, with special reference to West Coast steenbras and silver kob

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Marine Science
    The Namibian linefishery is a multisector fishery, with recreational and commercial sectors targeting overlapping species. Prior to 1990, catch data were recorded for the boat sector, but little research was done on the population dynamics of any of the species...
  3. An economic comparison of the commercial and recreational linefisheries in Namibia

    An economic comparison of the commercial and recreational linefisheries in Namibia

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
    The most important Namibian linefish species, the silver kob Argyrosomus inodorus, is currently heavily exploited, and in order to ensure its survival catch restrictions are being introduced. However, kob are exploit ed oth by recreational anglers and by commercial vessels,...
  4. Systematic reinstatement of <em>Schilbe depressirostris</em> (Peters, 1852), based on differences in DNA barcoding and morphology, from <em>Schilbe intermedius</em> Rüppell, 1832 (Siluriformes, Schilbeidae)

    Systematic reinstatement of <em>Schilbe depressirostris</em> (Peters, 1852), based on differences in DNA barcoding and morphology, from <em>Schilbe intermedius</em> Rüppell, 1832 (Siluriformes, Schilbeidae)

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    Climate change poses an unprecedented threat to biodiversity worldwide. Consequently, unrecognised taxa may not receive adequate conservation attention to survive. We used molecular and morphological data to address the challenge of species delimitation within the genus Schilbe. The presence or...