Gnidia chrysophylla Meisn.
|Goldleaf Stripper (e)|
Status and Criteria
Near Threatened B1ab(i,ii,iii,iv,v)
|L. von Staden & D. Turner|
|EOO 12 968 km², plants at 15-20 remaining locations continue to decline due to ongoing habitat loss and degradation, as well as competition from alien invasive plants.|
|South African endemic|
|Kleinmond to Knysna.|
Habitat and Ecology
|Threatened by ongoing habitat loss and degradation as a result of expanding crop cultivation, coastal development and competition from dense infestations of alien invasive plants.|
Field surveys have found this species to be more widespread and common than previously known. It however continues to decline across its range due to ongoing habitat loss and degradation.
|Protected in De Hoop Nature Reserve.|
|von Staden, L. & Turner, D. 2015. Gnidia chrysophylla Meisn. National Assessment: Red List of South African Plants version 2017.1. Accessed on 2019/12/11|