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- suppresses indigenous sand dune vegetation when Carpobrotus is introduced to a non-native area. Carpobrotus is native to South Africa, south Australian coast...
- Carpobrotus edulis is a ground-creeping plant with succulent leaves in the genus Carpobrotus, native to South Africa. It is also known as Hottentot-fig...
- Carpobrotus rossii is a succulent coastal groundcover plant native to southern Australia. It is known by various common names, including karkalla, pig...
- Succulentarum, but in 1928, Martin Schwantes changed the name to Carpobrotus glaucescens. Carpobrotus glaucescens occurs in near-coastal areas of Queensland south...
- Carpobrotus acinaciformis (commonly known as Elands sourfig, Elandssuurvy or Sally-my-handsome) is a succulent perennial of the family Aizoaceae, native...
- around the South Australian-Victorian border. Carpobrotus edulis, also a member of the genus Carpobrotus, is a succulent native to South Africa. In the...
- Government. "Carpobrotus virescens (Haw.) Schwantes". FloraBase. Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife. "Carpobrotus virescens (Haw...
- coast of South Africa. It has also been cl****ed as Carpobrotus sauerae. The flowers of this Carpobrotus ("sour-fig") species range in colour from bright...
- ISBN 0-7153-5531-7 Jepson Manual TreatmentCarpobrotus chilensis USDA Plants Profile: Carpobrotus chilensis Carpobrotus chilensis — U.C. Photo gallery...
- Carpobrotus dimidiatus (commonly known as Natal sourfig) is a succulent perennial of the family Aizoaceae, native to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The...
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