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All pictures taken 12 August 2008, between 3.43 and 4.00 pm.
Succulent plants may store water in any organ of the plant body. Usually, leaves or stems are used for this purpose, but water can also be stored in the roots. For this reason we speak of leaf, stem and root … Continue reading
The first picture gives an impression of one of its other habitats (just northwest of the northern entrance to the Meiringspoort). The plants shown in the other pictures grow at that locality. All pics 18 Sept. 2011.
Deilanthe comprises only three species and is usually incorporated in Aloinopsis. D. hilmarii has erect leaves about as wide as thick. D. peersii and D. thudichumii have more spreading and much wider leaves. They are in fact so similar that … Continue reading