Huernia hislopii Turrill
subsp. hislopii

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Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Inyangombe "swimming pool", Nyanga National Park.

Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Bunkers Hill, Harare

Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Garura section of Mazowe River Game Reserve, Maramba CL, across Mazowe River from Hippo Pools

Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Garura section of Mazowe River Game Reserve, Maramba CL, across Mazowe River from Hippo Pools

Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Garura section of Mazowe River Game Reserve, Maramba CL, across Mazowe River from Hippo Pools

Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Maonza, Vumba

Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Along Zvishavane - Mbalabala road between Pambuka and Filabuzi.

Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Along Zvishavane - Mbalabala road between Pambuka and Filabuzi.

Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Along Zvishavane - Mbalabala road between Pambuka and Filabuzi.

Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii

Photo: Bart Wursten
Along Zvishavane - Mbalabala road between Pambuka and Filabuzi.

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Synonyms:
Common names: Carrion flower (English) Chikondepazi (Shona) Dragon-flower (English) Nyamware (Hlengwe)
Frequency: Frequent
Status: Native
Description:
Leafless succulent, consisting of a number of five-angled stems. These stems are green during the rains but usually turn reddish brown in the dry winter months. The ridges on the stems form fleshy, thorn-like points, which serve as "leaves".
Notes: The flowers of this, and many related species emit an unpleasant smell in order to attract carrion flies, which are the pollinators.
Derivation of specific name: hislopii : named after A. Hislop, formerly of St. Faith's Mission, Rusape.
Habitat: On granite kopjes and rocky outcrops.
Altitude range: (metres)
Flowering time:Nov - Mar
Worldwide distribution: Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
Zimbabwe distribution: N,W,C,E,S
Growth form(s):
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Images last updated: Monday 7 March 2016
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African Plant Database: Huernia hislopii
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Flora Zambesiaca web site: Huernia hislopii
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GRIN (Germplasm Resources Information Network) taxonomy for plants report for Huernia hislopii
IPNI (International Plant Names Index): Huernia hislopii
Ispot Southern Africa : Huernia hislopii
JSTOR Plant Science: Huernia hislopii
Kew Herbarium catalogue: Huernia hislopii
Tropicos: Huernia hislopii
West African Plants database: Huernia hislopii


Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2002-16

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2016). Flora of Zimbabwe: Species information: Huernia hislopii subsp. hislopii.
http://www.zimbabweflora.co.zw/speciesdata/species.php?species_id=146760, retrieved 27 June 2016

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