By Urs Eggli
This primary whole therapy of the leaf-succulent relations Aizoaceae contains a list of 136 authorised genera of the 234 defined ones and of all species ever positioned within the kin. virtually 800 color photos illustrate more often than not hardly ever proven species.
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Zeuktophyllum . . . . . . Dracophilus - Compact plants ... ........... .................... 90. Top of capsule convex from high valve rims . .. ........... .. Cerochlamys - Top of capsule flat ..... ............. . Vlokia 91. Closing body absent .. . . . . . .. .... . 92 - Closing body present, sometimes as a broad sill ............. ...... 109 19 Ruschioideae 92. e ::; width of expanding keels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 ....
Bellidiflorum L. var. glaucescens Haw. 1821: 106 LT Dillenius 1732: t. 189, f 233 = A. Br. var. Br. JB 1928: 78 == M. bellidiflorum L. var. striatum Haw. 1795: 143, 147 T? = A. Br. var. Br. JB 1928: 78 == M. bellidiflorum L. var. viride Haw. ) = A. Jacobsen 1955: 1640, nomen illeg. ). 8-1 mm b, rarely bigger; Ecolon gravelly soils in open patches of shrubby associations, also often in grass and partially shaded; Distr E part of the area of the genus, WC, S Africa. Note: The occurrence of teeth along the margins varies, even in a single plant.
1 (ICBN 2000), too. A. a. in all seasons; Distr SW part of WC, S Africa. Note: Known in Europe since the beginning of the 18 th century, the genus has only recently been treated in a revision (Glen 1986), including several species kept in Ruschia until then. The compact growth with a thick tap-root and thick, mostly short rhizomes, the distinct vittate flowers on long stalks, and the big, white closing body in the fruit separate the species now held in Acrodon clearly from all species of the predominantly shrubby plants of the genus Ruschia.