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1 December 2016 Aloe ×Inopinata Gideon F.SM., N.R.Crouch & Oosth., (Asphodelaceae) [Aloe arborescens Mill. × Aloe chortolirioides A.Berger Var. Chortolirioides]: A Nothospecies from the Barberton Centre of Endemism, Eastern South Africa
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The natural hybrid between Aloe arborescens Mill. and A. chortolirioides A.Berger var. chortolirioides (Asphodelaceae) is here formally described as a nothospecies, A. ×inopinata Gideon F.Sm., N.R.Crouch & Oosth. The hybrid occurs at Kamhlabane, about 37 km [22 miles] east of Barberton, as well as at Twello 373JU in the Barberton district, Mpumalanga. It has been known in horticulture for many years, following the introduction of wild-sourced material by Gilbert W. Reynolds.

Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo, Neil R. Crouch, Delia Oosthuizen, and Ronell R. Klopper "Aloe ×Inopinata Gideon F.SM., N.R.Crouch & Oosth., (Asphodelaceae) [Aloe arborescens Mill. × Aloe chortolirioides A.Berger Var. Chortolirioides]: A Nothospecies from the Barberton Centre of Endemism, Eastern South Africa," Haseltonia 2016(22), 55-63, (1 December 2016). https://doi.org/10.2985/026.022.0111
Published: 1 December 2016
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