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Euphorbia cereiformis var. submammillaris A.Berger
Monatsschr. Kakteenk. 12: 106 1902

Accepted Scientific Name: Euphorbia submamillaris (A.Berger) A.Berger
Sukkul. Euphorb. 95 1907 publ. 1906. A.Berger


See all synonyms of Euphorbia submamillaris
Accepted name in llifle Database:
Euphorbia submamillaris (A.Berger) A.Berger
Sukkul. Euphorb. 95 1907 publ. 1906.
Synonymy: 4

Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Euphorbia submammillaris group

  • Euphorbia cv. Multiprolifera: forms large crowded clumps composed by thousands of tiny heads. It is similar to Euphorbia submammillaris f. pfersdorfii (if not the same) and presumably of hybrid origin.
  • Euphorbia sp. (as submamillaris) hort.: has larger, stouter and less branches stems than standard "mammillaris". Ditribution: known only in cultivation and possibly a hybrid.
  • Euphorbia submamillaris (A.Berger) A.Berger: is a densely branched dwarf-shrublets to 20 cm tall, forming compact clumps. It is known only in cultivation. (Supposed from wild plants found in South Africa, Cape Province)
  • Euphorbia submammillaris f. pfersdorfii hort.: produces innumerable few-angled branchlets only few mm across and forms compact crowded cushions. It is known only as a cultivars.

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