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Psammophora modesta (Dinter & A.Berger) Dinter & Schwantes
Z. Sukkulentenk. ii. 189 (1926).

Psammophora modesta Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli
H4423 Luederitz. New leaves produce a sticky, resinous secretion that catches sand and dust. The coating of sand presumably protects the plants from herbivores and/or excessive sun.


Common Names include:
AFRIKAANS (Afrikaans): gomvy

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