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 Mimetes palustris   Mimetes palustris
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Sandy well-drained soil on moister slopes



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This is the smallest member of the genus and grows only on the Hermanus mountains or nearby. The stems tend to grow horizontally with only their ends upturned and are covered with small tightly overlapping entire leaves. The clear yellow capitula, which are longer than the subtending leaves, have three flowers each.




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