List of South African plant botanical authors is a list of abbreviations of authors who have named South African plants.
The entry for each author is given on a single line showing their name, dates and other names by which they have been known. Following this comes a list of the Major Groups they have worked on, separated by commas, and finally the Standard Form for their name (in bold).
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... S - Spermatophytes/Phanerogams (flowering plants and gymnosperms) M - Fungi and Lichens (Mycology) A - Algae P - Pteridophytes B - Bryophytes F ... If neither is known, a date on which the author is known to have published a name (usually the earliest if more than one is known) is given preceded by 'fl.' (floruit) ...
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