Duvalia caespitosa subsp. vestita, also known as Duvalia vestita, is a small much-branched succulent with fleshy, leafless, dull green…
Meaning: Turf, grass (attributive)
Derivation: The feminine form of the Latin adjective "caespitosus."
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.
Duvalia caespitosa subsp. pubescens is a mat-forming succulent with dull dark green, procumbent or decumbent stems with 4 to 5 indistinct…
Duvalia caespitosa is a succulent plant with small, fleshy stems that creep along the ground, rooting as they go, to form a mat. The stems…