Glaucophyllum Harv.
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PELARGONIUM NOTES
Erect, decumbent or prostrate subshrubs, never tuberous. Leaves subsucculent to succulent, simple or ternately lobed, with the lamina or leaflets someitmes articulated to the petiole. Petioles often persistent and spiny. Flowers usually very irregular, 5-petalled, petals white to pink, hypanthium often longer than pedicel. 5-7 fertile stamens. Inflorescence a reduced pseudo-umbel, not branched. Basic chromosome number, x = 11. Further characters, on which the species are separated into a section are pollen morphology, and phenolic composition. See S. Afr. J. Bot. 171 (1990) 15-26 for details.

acuminatum (Thunb.) DC. syn. laevigatum (L.f.) Willd.
cataractae (Eckl. & Zeyh.) Steud. syn. patulum Jacq.
compositum L'Herit. syn. laevigatum (L.f.) Willd.
cortusaefolium Jacq. syn. tabulare (Burm.f.) L'Herit.
divaricatum (Thunb.) DC. syn. 
fruticosum (Cav.) Willd.
diversifolium Wendl. syn. laevigatum (L.f.) Willd.
formosum-grandiflorum Cels. syn. grandiflorum (Andr.) Willd.
fruticosum (Cav.) Willd.
fruticosum E. Mey. syn. 
fruticosum (Cav.) Willd.
fuscatum Jacq. syn. tabulare (Burm.f.) L'Herit.
glaucoides Wendl. syn. lanceolatum (Cav.) Kern ? or hybrid
glaucophyllum
Steud. syn. lanceolatum (Cav.) Kern
glaucum (L. f.) L'Herit. syn. lanceolatum (Cav.) Kern
grandiflorum (Andr.) Willd.
hippocrepis L'Herit. syn. tabulare (Burm.f.) L'Herit.
laevigatum (L. f.) Willd.
lanceolatum (Cav.) Kern.
macowanii Bolus syn. laevigatum (L.f.) Willd.
marmoratum (Eckl. & Zeyh.) Steud. syn. patulum Jacq.
oxyphyllum DC. syn. laevigatum (L.f.) Willd.
paniculatum Dietr. ex Steud. syn. lanceolatum (Cav.) Kern
patulum Jacq.
saniculaefolium Willd. syn. tabulare (Burm.f.) L'Herit.
tabulare (Burm.f.) L'Herit.
tankervillei Hoffmgg. syn. lanceolatum (Cav.) Kern
ternatum (L.f.) Jacq.
trifoliatum (Andr.) Sweet syn. laevigatum (L.f.) Willd.
 



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