Stomatium suricatinum

These plants take their name from suricats, because of the upright position of the leaves. The pictures were all taken along the road from Aneysberg reserve to Laingsburg, between end of March and mid August.

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2 Responses to Stomatium suricatinum

  1. Rick Visser says:

    As always, I look forward to your posts . . . everyone. How large do these plants grow?

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    • fransnoltee says:

      Thanks for your comment, Rick.
      I have no measurements for the plants as such, I’m afraid. However, the leaves are 2.5-3 cm long, 0.7-0.8 cm wide and 0.6 cm thick, which should give you at least some idea of the total size of the plants.

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