Aloe alooides (Graskop Aloe) is a large tree-like succulent with a stout stem covered with old dried persistent leaf remains and topped…
Meaning: Resembling Aloe
Derivation: Compound of two words, the generic name "Aloe" and the Latin suffix "-oides," meaning "looks like" or "similar to"
Alternative Pronunciation: al-oh-OY-deez
Whereas the generic name must be unique, there are often two or more genera with the same specific epithet. The same epithet can also be used within a species for subspecies, varieties, and forms.
Here is a full list of succulents with this epithet. Click on the photo or the name of the plant for which you wish to see further information.