Great News!

A single Disa atrorubens, which is easily confused by the amateur as D. ophrydea, was recently noted.  We photographed it and Bill Liltved was able to confirm it as D. atrorubens. This is an exciting find and a new addition to the Fernkloof list.

On another upbeat note, Mimetes capitulatus has been positively identified.  This is a rare find indeed, so it is good to know that it is alive and well in the Reserve.

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