Quaqua inversa (N.E. BR) Bruyns var. cincta (C.A. Lück.) Bruyns (Caralluma cincta)
Asclepiadaceae

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Distribution:  Found in theVanryhnsdorp area.  This paticular plant comes from the Concordia district futher to the North.

Description:  Stems (250 mm in height) are four angled with acute teeth.

Flower:  The ciliate flowers (20 mm in diameter) are borne on a short pedicel.  Corolla has several yellow circles.   Corolla lobes are maroon in colour.

Cultivation:  Shade/sun, little to moderate water.

Photographer:  H.C. Kennedy

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