Species Pelargonium attenuatum
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Etymology of Pelargonium:
Gk. pelargos = a stork; referring to the beak of the fruit which resembles a stork’s bill (cf Geranium, Erodium).
Etymology of attenuatum:
From the Latin attenuatus = to 'lessen', 'shrink' or 'diminish in size'; generally referring to a narrowing leaf tip or organ
Etymology applies to:
Fl. Cap. (Harvey) 1: 266 (1860)