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Natural hybrids in the genus of <i>Aloe</i> (Aloeaceae) in East Africa
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Natural hybrids can arise in the genus <i>Aloe</i> because their chief pollinators, sunbirds, are not species-specific when feeding on nectar. From literature and the observations of the writer and others, 16 cases of known or suspected natural interspecific hybrids in East Africa are recorded. <i>Journal of East African Natural History</i> Vol. 84 (2) 1995: pp. 141-145
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Newton, L E; Department of Botany Kenyatta University, P.O.Box 43844, Nairobi ;
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Publisher :  Journal of East African Natural History Association of Crop Science, Uganda     Type :  Peer-Reviewed Article,     Format :  -    
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Journal of East African Natural History - Journal of East African Natural History; Vol. 84, No. 2 (1995)
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