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Reference : VC 09a

Author(s) : Curasson, M.G. VU
Title : Arbre, arbustes, buissons et fourrages spontanés divers en régions tropicales et subtropicales.Revue d' élevage et de médecine vétérinaire des pays tropicaux, Tome 5 (nouvelle série) n° 4, 213 - 222, 1951 - 1952
Reference VC 09a has information about 62 plants :
Adansonia digitata L.
Official name : Adansonia digitata L.
Family : Bombacaceae
Synonyms : Adansonia sphaerocarpa A.Chev.
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Adansonia digitata, common in various areas of West, East and Equatorial Africa, is sometimes distributed, especially to horses. The pulp of the fruit is also edible
Region : West, East and Equatorial Africa
Country : West, East and Equatorial Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Alternanthera nodiflora R. Br.
Official name : Alternanthera nodiflora R. Br.
Family : Amaranthaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Alternanthera nodiflora fodder plant cut for animals in Madagascar
Region : Madagascar
Country : Madagascar
Vernacular name : not registered
Alternanthera pungens Kunth
Official name : Alternanthera pungens Kunth
Family : Amaranthaceae
Synonyms : Alternanthera repens O. Ktze.
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Alternanthera repens fodder plant eaten by livestock
Region : Occidental Africa
Country : Occidental Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Amaranthus spinosus L.
Official name : Amaranthus spinosus L.
Family : Amaranthaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Amaranthus spinosus good forage from South Sahara
Region : South Sahara
Country : South Sahara
Vernacular name : not registered
Amaranthus viridis L.
Official name : Amaranthus viridis L.
Family : Amaranthaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Amaranthus viridis from South Sahara, sometimes grown as fodder
Region : South Sahara
Country : South Sahara
Vernacular name : not registered
Anisostigma schenckii (Schinz) Schinz
Official name : Anisostigma schenckii (Schinz) Schinz
Family : Aizoaveae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Anisostigma schencki small bush of South Africa, provides a lot of forage, quite rich in protein.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Annona senegalensis Pers.
Official name : Annona senegalensis Pers.
Family : Annonaceae
Synonyms : Annona arenaria Thonn. , Annona chrysophylla Bojer
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Annona senegalensisin West Africa, edible leaves
Region : Occidental Africa
Country : Occidental Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Blepharis edulis (Forssk.) Pers.
Official name : Blepharis edulis (Forssk.) Pers.
Family : Acanthaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : Vch(095) Blepharis edulis, exellent fodder for the camel
Region : Sahalian zone, Mauritanian
Country : Sahalian zone, Mauritanian Sahara
Vernacular name : not registered
Blepharis linariifolia Pers.
Official name : Blepharis linariifolia Pers.
Family : Acanthaceae
Synonyms : Blepharis hirta Hochst. ex Nees
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : Vch(095) Blepharis linariifolia, exellent fodder for the camel
Region : Zone soudanaise
Country : Sudanese zone
Vernacular name : not registered
Bombax buonopozense P. Beauv.
Official name : Bombax buonopozense P. Beauv.
Family : Bombacaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Bombax buonopozense good forage, abundant in the plantations.
Region : West Africa
Country : West Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Boscia albitrunca (Burch.) Gilg & Gilg-Ben.
Official name : Boscia albitrunca (Burch.) Gilg & Gilg-Ben.
Family : Capparaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Boscia albitrunca forage species considered good value in South Africa
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Boscia angustifolia A. Rich.
Official name : Boscia angustifolia A. Rich.
Family : Capparaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) les feuilles de Boscia angustifolia are eaten by ruminants
Region : Occidental Africa
Country : Occidental Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Boscia salicifolia Oliv.
Official name : Boscia salicifolia Oliv.
Family : Capparaceae
Synonyms : Boscia powellii Sprague & Green , Boscia stylosa Gilg & Bened.
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) les feuilles de Boscia salicifolia are eaten by ruminants
Region : Occidental Africa
Country : Occidental Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Boscia senegalensis (Pers.) Lam. ex Poir.
Official name : Boscia senegalensis (Pers.) Lam. ex Poir.
Family : Capparaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Boscia senegalensis, leaves are eaten by the camel
Region : Occidental Africa
Country : Occidental Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Boscia senegalensis (Pers.) Lam. ex Poir.
Official name : Boscia senegalensis (Pers.) Lam. ex Poir.
Family : Capparaceae
Symptoms : H(095)
Recipes : H(095) les fruits amers de Boscia senegalensis are consumed by natives after maceration.
Region : Occidental Africa
Country : Occidental Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Cadaba farinosa Forssk.
Official name : Cadaba farinosa Forssk.
Family : Capparaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095), le feuillage de Cadaba farinosa, is eaten by ruminants and horses.
Region : Occidental Africa
Country : Occidental Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Cadaba glandulosa Forssk.
Official name : Cadaba glandulosa Forssk.
Family : Capparaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Cadaba glandulosa eaten by the camel
Region : Sahara, Sahel, Egyptian Sudan
Country : Sahara, Sahel, Egyptian Sudan
Vernacular name : not registered
Capparis albitrunca Burch.
Official name : Capparis albitrunca Burch.
Family : Capparaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) the cattle eat the leaves, the roots of Capparis albitrunca
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Capparis citrifolia Lam.
Official name : Capparis citrifolia Lam.
Family : Capparaceae
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) the cattle eat the leaves, the roots of Capparis citrifolia
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Capparis tomentosa Lam.
Official name : Capparis tomentosa Lam.
Family : Capparaceae
Synonyms : Capparis polymorpha Guill. & Pers. , Capparis persicifolia A.Rich.
Symptoms : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) Capparis tomentosa, good for the camel in some areas, is considered dangerous in others.
Region : West, East, Equatorial Africa, Morocco, Eritrea
Country : West, East, Equatorial Africa, Morocco, Eritrea
Vernacular name : not registered