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Browsing: Anacampserotaceae

The Anacampserotaceae are a family of plants proposed in the February 2010 issue of the journal Taxon. The family was described by Urs Eggli and Reto Nyffeler in their analysis of the polyphyly in the suborder Portulacineae (order Caryophyllales).

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Anacampseros crinita

Anacampseros crinita is a small, columnar succulent with fleshy branches up to 4 inches (10 cm) tall, densely packed with overlapping…


Anacampseros retusa

Anacampseros retusa is a succulent plant with rosettes of smooth or hairy, fleshy leaves, which may be lance-shaped or almost round…