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African Perspectives on Colonialism by A. Adu Boahen

By A. Adu Boahen

This heritage offers with the twenty-year interval among 1880 and 1900, while almost all of Africa was once seized and occupied via the Imperial Powers of Europe. Eurocentric issues of view have ruled the examine of this period, yet during this publication, certainly one of Africa’s best historians reinterprets the colonial reports from the viewpoint of the colonized.

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The other {Hall sub NBG 835/53) was made near Barrydale and is indicated on the map as belonging to 'forma fuscatus'. This is a name which Meve (p. 87) used to cover the 'rather large and redflowered individuals, scentless but often with speckled corona.. [which] characterise the transition zone [of var. geminatus] with var. foetidus' east of Oudtshoorn. However, in this specimen the flower is not especially large and there is no reason why it should not have been included under P. barrydalensis.

Barrydalensis occurs. The other {Hall sub NBG 835/53) was made near Barrydale and is indicated on the map as belonging to 'forma fuscatus'. This is a name which Meve (p. 87) used to cover the 'rather large and redflowered individuals, scentless but often with speckled corona.. [which] characterise the transition zone [of var. geminatus] with var. foetidus' east of Oudtshoorn. However, in this specimen the flower is not especially large and there is no reason why it should not have been included under P.

Such plants are almost identical, both vegetatively and florally, to White & Sloane's Piaranthus globosus, which they described but did not know the origin of. In most localities where this form has been collected, a few plants also occur with faintly to boldly striped flowers just as in P. barrydalensis. The papillae on the corolla are often quite conspicuous, especially in a patch towards the tips of the lobes. A few specimens have been seen with marginal cilia along the lobes. As far as can be seen, these specimens differ from P.

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