The Crocodile River Reserve supports a variety of habitats including grasslands, bushveld clumps, wetlands, caves and ridges.
The South African National biodiversity Institute (SANBI) Grassland Biome Assessment of 2005 identified these varying vegetation types as important for ecosystem services in terms of soil protection, ground water production and supporting services.
The list of threatened and vulnerable plants in the area is being consolidated in a co-ordinated effort with GDARD, and will be listed when finalised.
In the interim, please share any incredible photo’s with us, to be featured right here. Send your high resolution pics to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with your name and the location of the plant. Note: The location of plants will be communicated to GDARD for the PAMP, however to avoid illegal plant harvesting, it will not be noted on the website.