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Of or characteristic of the Karoo.
- ‘The natural vegetation is characterised by small karroid bushes, hardy geophytes, and succulents.’
- ‘It is here, on the calcareous soils, that patches of karroid scrub veld are to be found on the Reserve.’
- ‘The 5 species are endemic to karroid regions in the southwestern parts of South Africa.’
- ‘It is possible to estimate reliable current grazing capacities for any section of veld in the karroid areas at the moment.’
- ‘The primary purpose of the Tsolwana Nature Reserve is the conservation of a representative sample of the region's karroid landscapes, habitats, heritage and species.’
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