Duvalia caespitosa subsp. pubescens is a mat-forming, perennial succulent, with procumbent or decumbent stems with 4 to 5 indistinct ribs. The stems are ovoid…
Duvalia is a genus of succulent plant in the family Apocynaceae. The genus was first described in 1812, named after the French physician and botanist Henri-Auguste Duval. It occurs in southern Africa. The majority of the species are restricted to the western part of South Africa and Namibia, with the greatest number of species occurring in the Great Karoo region, on the edge of the winter rainfall area.
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