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Guide to the Mopane Bushwillow Woodlands Ecozone in the Kruger National Park - South Africa
  

Mopane Bushwillow Woodlands Ecozone - Kruger National Park:

Description: The Mopane Bushwillow Woodlands Ecozone in Kruger National Park is found on underlying Granite bedrock with sandy soils on the crests and gradually becoming clay at the drainage line. This is a dominant ecozone in the north-western section of the park.

Typical Vegetation:

Trees : rocky hills
Trees : crests
Trees : midlopes
Large-leaved rock fig
White seringa
Baobab
Lowveld cluster-leaf
Mopane
*Red bushwillow
Black monkey orange
Baobab
Sickle bush
Silver cluster-leaf
Lowveld cluster-leaf
Weeping wattle
White raisin
Zebrawood
Mopane
*Red bushwillow
Knob thorn
Russet bushwillow
Sandpaper raisin
Sjambok pod
Lowveld cluster-leaf
Umbrella thorn
White raisin
Zebrawood

 

Trees : valley bottoms
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Grasses
  Mixed and sweet grasses


Typical Animals:

Predators

Browsers

Grazers

Special Interest

Lion

Kudu

Buffalo

Eland

Hyaena

Elephant *

Zebra

Sable

 

Impala *

Wildebeeste

  Eland Sable  
  * Denotes animals that browse and graze

Other Ecozones:

Kruger National Park Links
General:

Introduction

Accommodation

Activities & Adventures

Facilities

History
Wildlife:
Amphibians
Birds
Fish
Mammals
Reptiles
Invertebrates
Trees
Grasses
Herbaceous Plants
Ecology
Maps:
Kruger National Park Map
Route Maps to the KNP
Limpopo Lowveld Map
Mpumalanga Lowveld Map
What's Interesting Nearby:
Pilgrims Rest
Sudwala Caves
Barberton
Blyde River Canyon
God's Window & Graskop
Historical Mines
Photographs:
A typical road in Kruger
The Orpen Dam view site
The Afsaal picnic site

 

 

  
 
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