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South African Wild Flower Guide 1: Namaqualand and Clanwilliam by A. le Roux1
Outeniqua, Tsitsikamma and eastern Little Karoo by Audrey Moriarty2
South African Wild Flower Guide 3: Cape Peninsula by Mary Maytham Kidd3
Transvaal Lowveld and Escarpment including the Kruger National Park by Jo Onderstall4
Hottentots Holland to Hermanus by Lee Burman5
South African Wild Flower Guide: Stellenbosch to Hermanus No. 5 by A. Bean5
Karoo by David Shearing6
West Coast by John Manning7
Southern Overberg by Penny Mustart8
Nieuwoudtville, Bokkeveld Plateau & Hantam : a guide to the wildflowers of Nieuwoudtville, Calvinia, Botterkloof by John Manning9
South African Wild Flower Guide: Cederberg - Clanwilliam and Biedouw Valley No.10 by G.Van Rooyen10
South African Wild Flower Guide: Eastern Cape No. 11 by John Manning11
South African Wild Flower Guide: Wild Flowers of the Table Mountain National Park No. 12 by T.H. Trinder-Smith12

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