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Specimen Records: 15
Specimens with Sequences: 15
Specimens with Barcodes: 6
Species: 8
Species With Barcodes: 8
Public Records: 6
Public Species: 5
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Brunsvigia

Brunsvigia is a flowering plant genus in the family Amaryllidaceae, subfamily Amaryllidoideae.[1] It contains about 20 species native to South Africa.

Brunsvigia are tender bulbs, winter-growing and summer-dormant, generally flowering in early autumn. Their flowers are brilliant scarlet, pink, or red. Species include:

References

  • R.A. Dyer, 1950: A review of the genus Brunsvigia. Plant Life 6: 63-83
  • R.A. Dyer, 1951: A review of the genus Brunsvigia. Plant Life 7: 44-64
  • C.A. Smith, 1966: Common names of South African plants. Memoirs of the Botanical Survey of South Africa No. 35. TheGovernment Printer, Pretoria
  • R.S. Adamson, T.A. Salter (eds.), 1950: Flora of the Cape Peninsula. Juta, Cape Town and Johannesburg
  • J. Manning, P. Goldblatt, 2000: Wild flowers of the fairest Cape. Red Roof Design in association with the Nationalotanical Institute, Cape Town
  • E.G. Rice, R.H. Compton, 1950: Wild flowers of the Cape of Good Hope. The Botanical Society of SA, Cape Town
  • A. Pauw, S. Johnson, 1999: Table Mountain: a natural history. Fernwood Press
  • G.D. Duncan, 2000: Grow bulbs. Kirstenbosch Gardening Series, National Botanical Institute, Cape Town
  • G.D. Duncan, 2002: Grow nerines. Kirstenbosch Gardening Series, National Botanical Institute, Cape Town
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