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Globulea pubescens var. rattrayi (Schönland & Baker f.) P.V.Heath
Calyx 5: 47 1995.
Family: CRASSULACEAE

Accepted Scientific Name: Crassula pubescens subs. rattrayi (Schönland & Baker f.) Toelken
J. S. African Bot. 41: 116 1975

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Accepted name in llifle Database:
Crassula pubescens Thunb.
Nova Acta Phys.-Med. Acad. Caes. Leop.-Carol. Nat. Cur. 6: 330 1778
Synonymy: 10 Accepted name in llifle Database:
Crassula pubescens subs. radicans (Haw.) Toelken
J. S. African Bot. 41: 115 1975
Synonymy: 4 Accepted name in llifle Database:
Crassula pubescens subs. rattrayi (Schönland & Baker f.) Toelken
J. S. African Bot. 41: 116 1975
Synonymy: 3
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Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Crassula pubescens group

  • Crassula pubescens Thunb.: (subsp. pubescens) has erect habit without adventitious roots, a rounded inflorescence and petal appendages twice as long as broad, the corolla cream to pale yellow. Distribution: Western Cape.
  • Crassula pubescens subs. radicans (Haw.) Toelken: has glabrous leaves, delicate decumbent branches and spherical petal appendages. Distribution: Port Elizabeth and King William's Town.
  • Crassula pubescens subs. rattrayi (Schönland & Baker f.) Toelken: Is rosulate with short branches, no adventitious roots, leaves covered with short hairs and inflorescence often elongated. Distribution: Graaff-Reinet to Tarkastad in the Eastern Cape.

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