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Phyllobolus

The genus Phyllobolus is widespread from southern Namibia across the Western, Eastern, and Northern Cape Provinces and the Free State of South Africa. Most species of Phyllobolus have conspicuous water cells much like Mesembryanthemum. They are winter-growing caudiciforms and are deciduous, even shedding stems, in summer. They should be kept completely dry during their inactive phase. The plants are propagated by seed or division. Following Hartmann (2002), the genus Sphalmanthus is incorporated herein.

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Phyllobolus abbreviatus

Phyllobolus abbreviatus


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Phyllobolus amabilis

Phyllobolus amabilis


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Phyllobolus canaliculatus

Phyllobolus canaliculatus


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Phyllobolus caudatus

Phyllobolus caudatus


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Phyllobolus chrysophthalmus

Phyllobolus chrysophthalmus


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Phyllobolus congestus

Phyllobolus congestus


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Phyllobolus deciduus

Phyllobolus deciduus


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Phyllobolus decurvatus

Phyllobolus decurvatus


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Phyllobolus delus

Phyllobolus delus


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Phyllobolus digitatus

Phyllobolus digitatus


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   P. digitatus -
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   P. digitatus littlewoodii -
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