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Evolutionary trends within Eriospermum
Section and species descriptions
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1.5 mm long 1.5 mm wide 30 mm long 30 mm wide abaxial adaxial surface anthers apex apiculate April to October areas Baker bakerianum base Bracts triangular broadly ovate Cape Province capense contemporary leaf sheath cooperi Diagnostic features Dinter Distribution and habitat eastern Cape enations erecto-patent Eriospermum Feddes Repert Figure Fynbos glabrous glaucous green green midnerve growing point basal gynoecium hairs holotype hysteranthous leaves inflorescence xl inner erect inner tepal interior white irregularly-shaped lamina leaf sheath exserted Leaf solitary leaf xl Leafing period lectotype margin membranous Namaqualand Namibia Old leaf sheaths outer tepal Ovary Ovary globose Ovary ovoid P.L. Perry pale green Pedicels Peduncle Peduncular bract pink plant with tuber Plants with hysteranthous Poelln Raceme Raceme lax red streaking South Africa spathulate species stamen x7.5 stolons Style cylindrical sub-equal suberect subgenus subsp synanthous tepal and stamen Tepals dimorphic tuber and leaf type specimen Vanrhynsdorp yellow