|A solid black dot indicates where the species is found.
neriifolia - Narrow-leaf Sugarbush differs from the Black-bearded Sugarbush in that
the hairs below the beard are white and the bracts are all similar.
Although it is not indigenous to the Peninsula, Pr neri has been planted at many places
and atlassers should carefully check between the two species which are otherwise very
similar. The records from Devil's Peak, Lion's Head, Fish Hoek, Kirstenbosch,
Silvermine and St James are noted as planted. The records from Tokai Manor and
Swartkopberg require verification. Does it occur anywhere else and is it a problem