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31 December 2011 Crassula fragarioides, a new sandstone outcrop species from the Bokkeveld Escarpment, Northern Cape, South Africa
Ernst J. van Jaarsveld, Nick Helme, Derek Tribble
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Abstract

Crassula fragarioides, a new dwarf succulent, is described from sandstone outcrops on the Bokkeveld Escarpment, south of Nieu-woudtville in the Northern Cape. It is currently known from only three subpopulations. The white flowers, with dorsal petal appendages and globular, translucent trichomes on the reddishpurple leaves distinguish it from C. clavata, C. namaquensis subsp. comptonii and C. elegans.

Ernst J. van Jaarsveld, Nick Helme, and Derek Tribble "Crassula fragarioides, a new sandstone outcrop species from the Bokkeveld Escarpment, Northern Cape, South Africa," Bradleya 2011(29), 51-56, (31 December 2011). https://doi.org/10.25223/brad.n29.2011.a5
Published: 31 December 2011
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