Tridentea longipes is a clump-forming succulent with short, erect, glabrous, 4-angled, dull green stems, usually with a purplish tinge…
Tridentea is a genus of succulent plant in family Asclepiadaceae, endemic to southern Africa. Tridentea was first described as a genus in 1812, and its name refers to the three "teeth" on each interstaminal segment of its flower ("tri", meaning "three" and "dentis", meaning "teeth"). It was subsequently split, and the genus Tromotriche was created for the 10 species which were separated.
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