Introduction Home Page

Frequently Asked Questions
Reference Links
What's New

Alphabetical:
First Species PagePrevious PageNext PageLast Species Page

Systematic:
First Species PagePrevious PageNext PageLast Species Page


ADROMISCHUS MARIANIAE "LITTLE SPHEROID" n. n.
Section: 5 Longipedunculati

See also marianiae, antidorcadum, geyeri, hallii, herrei, immaculatus, kubusensis and Tanqua.




DISTRIBUTION
Lower slopes of Namaqualand coastal mountains.

CHARACTERS

This has unmarked, nearly spherical leaves.

COMMENTS
It is a small and delicate plant with narrow stems, petioles and inflorescences. This is most closely related to
A. marianiae "herrei”. and grows in sandy rock cracks on the dry coastal plain, closer to the coast.


Adromischus marianiae little spheroid
A. marianiae “Little Spheroid”, SW. Steenbok, SE. Port Nolloth.

Last Updated: Feb 2003
Top of Page
2003 Derek Tribble, London, UK