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- Pachypodium is a genus of succulent spine-bearing trees and shrubs, native to Madagascar and Africa. It belongs to the family Apocynaceae. All Pachypodium...
- Pachypodium lamerei is a species of flowering plant in the family Apocynaceae. It is a stem succulent, photosynthesizing mainly through its trunk, and...
- Pachypodium habitats consist of isolated, specialized, micro–environmental niches, generally xeric, rocky, frost-free areas within parts of western Madagascar...
- Pachypodium baronii, the Madagascar palm or bontaka, is a flowering plant in the family Apocynaceae. It has the habit of a robust shrub with a spherical...
- Pachypodium geayi is a species of Pachypodium that originated from Southwest Madagascar. It has a metallic grey pachycaul trunk and the leaves are thin...
- Pachypodium rosulatum, common name elephant's foot plant, belongs to the family Apocynaceae. Pachypodium rosulatum is a shrubby perennial caudiciform plant...
- Pachypodium lealii, the bottle tree, is a species of plant included in the genus Pachypodium. The scientific name derives from the 19th century Portuguese...
- in the genus Pachypodium are as follows: Pachypodium ambongense: [Madagascar, shrub] Pachypodium baronii: [Madagascar, shrub] Pachypodium bicolor: [Madagascar...
- Pachypodium bicolor is a species of plant in the family Apocynaceae. The species has a habit of a low growing somewhat pendulant shrub with a thickened...
- Pachypodium saundersii, the kudu lily, is a succulent plant of the family Apocynaceae. It was named in honour of Sir Charles James Renault Saunders (1857–1931)...
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