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Conicosia pugioniformis


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Distribution: South Africa (Africa)
Habit: Flat-leaved
Flower: YellowEncounterability: Common Locally in Some Areas
Species Notes: Rarely cultivated. An invasive species that has become naturalized in many places.
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Conicosia pugioniformis
C. pugioniformis
Picture taken at: John and Yingtsih Balcom's Private Collection

Photographer: John Balcom
Conicosia pugioniformis
C. pugioniformis
Picture taken at: John and Yingtsih Balcom's Private Collection

Photographer: John Balcom
Conicosia pugioniformis
C. pugioniformis
Picture taken at: John and Yingtsih Balcom's Private Collection

Photographer: John Balcom
Conicosia pugioniformis
C. pugioniformis
Picture taken at: John and Yingtsih Balcom's Private Collection

Photographer: John Balcom
Conicosia pugioniformis
C. pugioniformis
Picture taken at: John and Yingtsih Balcom's Private Collection

Photographer: John Balcom

Conicosia pugioniformis subsp. muirii


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Distribution: South Africa (Africa)
Habit: Tufted
Flower: YellowEncounterability: Unusual in Collections
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