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Origin and Habitat: Crassula peculiaris occours only in the Sv. artberg Pass north of Oudtshoorn in the Western Cape, at an altitude of 1500 m.
Description: Crassula peculiaris (C. expansa subsp. peculiaris) is similar to Crassula expansa but differing in habit and locality and in its papillose seeds. The thin prostrate stems up to 300 mm form a mat, leaves petiolate, ovate to elliptic, 3-8 mm long, hirsute. Corolla is cup-shaped, white.
Bibliography: Major references and further lectures:
1) Doreen Court “Succulent Flora of Southern Africa” CRC Press, 01 June 2000</p>
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