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Section Medusae M-R

Identifying features of the species of Euphorbia belonging to the section Medusae

Most medusoid species are difficult to identify and most of the times one needs to see the flowers in order to know what species one is dealing with. Even then one can't always be sure as also many hybrids do occur iin cultivation.
All pictures shown in this gallery are of known origin and we are nearly 100 % sure about their identity.


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E. maleolens
E. maleolens
Euphorbia maleolens  
E. melanohydratha J&R 334 Swartwater
E. melanohydratha J&R 334 Swartwater
E. melanohydratha J&R 334, Swartwater  
E. melanohydratha Witputz Namibia
E. melanohydratha Witputz Namibia
E. melanohydratha, Witputz Namibia, photo's Maddy Lehman  
E. multiceps Perdewater
E. multiceps Perdewater
Euphorbia multiceps, Perdewater, photo's Maddy Lehman  
E. multiramosa J&R 320 south of Vioolsdrift
E. multiramosa J&R 320 south of Vioolsdrift
E. multiramosa J&R 320, south of Vioolsdrift  
E. namaquensis J&R 351 north of Pofadder
E. namaquensis J&R 351 north of Pofadder
E. namaquensis J&R 35,1 north of Pofadder  
E. namibensis
E. namibensis
Euphorbia namibensis, photo's Gerhard Marx  
 
E. pentops Kommagas
Euphorbia pentops, Kommagas  
 
Euphorbia pugniformis
Euphorbia pugniformis J&R254, Riversdale  
E. ramiglans J&R 323 east of Port Nolloth
E. ramiglans J&R 323 east of Port Nolloth
E. ramiglans J&R 323, east of Port Nolloth  
E. rudis Henkries Road
E. rudis Henkries Road
Euphorbia rudis, Henkries Road, photo's Maddy Lehman  
   
   
   
 

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