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Mesembryanthemum spinosum var. cradockense archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘spinosum’ / ‘spinosus’ meaning ‘thorny’ Edit
Ammannia senegalensis var. multiflora archives.nd.edu Edit
Psilocaulon implexum archives.nd.edu Edit
Hypoxis pusilla archives.nd.edu Edit
Euclea racemosa subsp. zuluensis archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘racemosa’ / ‘racemosus’ meaning ‘clustered’ Edit
Ammannia rautanenii archives.nd.edu Edit
Ipomoea eriosperma archives.nd.edu Edit
Gilbertiodendron grandiflorum archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘grandi’ / ‘grandis’ meaning ‘large’; and the Latin ‘’ / ‘flos’ meaning ‘flower’. Edit
Helichrysum psilolepis archives.nd.edu Edit
Willdenowia archives.nd.edu From the German ‘wildenowia’ / ‘Wildenow’ meaning ‘commemorating a botanist of that name’ Edit
Commelina vanderystii archives.nd.edu Edit
Oxalis camelopardalis archives.nd.edu Edit
Bulbostylis mucronata archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘mucronata’ / ‘mucronatus’ meaning ‘sharp pointed’. This often presents as a small...Edit
Lycopsis archives.nd.edu Edit
Nerine gibsonii archives.nd.edu Edit
Ornithogalum melanopus archives.nd.edu Edit
Colchicum albanense archives.nd.edu Edit
Brachymenium acuminatum archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘acuminatum’ / ‘acuminatus’ meaning ‘tapering to a point’ Edit
Impatiens perfecunda archives.nd.edu Edit
Timmiella pelindaba archives.nd.edu Edit

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