SANBI Graphics & Editing is a products-oriented, graphic design, botanical art and editing services unit founded on a fully qualified and skilled staff complement. The unit provides a diverse range of high quality print and electronic media to SANBI staff at all levels as well as external clients.
SANBI Graphics & Editing produces the biennial journal Flowering Plants of Africa as well as the three SANBI monograph series: SANBI Biodiversity Series, Strelitzia and the newest addition to the range, Suricata, which focusses on zoological rather than botanical research. Ad hoc publications as well as information and marketing material are also produced at the request of SANBI divisions, programmes and projects.
Free PDF copies of publications in the Flowering Plants of Africa, SANBI Biodiversity Series, Strelitzia and Suricata series, as well as ad hoc publications and the Trees of the year posters produced by SANBI Graphics & Editing, are available for download here on the link below. Should you experience any issues downloading the pdf of a publication or poster, please contact the SANBI Bookshop.
Hard copies of publications can be purchased from the SANBI Bookshop (see contact information listed below).
Please contact SANBI Graphics and Editing for more information.
The publications produced by SANBI Graphics & Editing is available from the SANBI Bookshop. The bookshop also sells a wide range of books on biodiversity published by other publishers, such as Briza, Jacana and Struik Nature. Come and visit the SANBI Bookshop and browse for all your popular and scientific biodiversity publications in one place.
Also available from the SANBI Bookshop are printed copies of the Trees of the Year posters that are produced annually before August, in time for Arbour Day 1 September. The posters are freely available at no cost, but postage or courier costs are payable.
The bookshop is open from 08:00 to 16:00, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).
Click here to download the Catalogue.
You can also download a list of fynbos references and succulent karoo references. Please note these lists were last maintained in 2006 and are available in XML and Bibtex formats. You can import Bibtex bibliography lists into most reference management software (such as Zotero, Mendeley or RefWorks). For instructions on how to do so please visit the relevant reference management software's website. To get started, visit Zotero's quick start guide.