Molecular Biology and Genetics
Statistics of barcoding coverage
Specimens with Sequences:6
Specimens with Barcodes:6
Species With Barcodes:2
Chasmanthe is a genus of flowering plants in the iris family, first described in 1932. It is endemic to Cape Province in South Africa. It is widely grown as an ornamental and naturalized in various locations.
- Chasmanthe aethiopica (L.) N.E.Br. (Chasmanthe, Cobra Lily) - Cape Province; naturalized in Spain, Madeira, Canary Islands, Greek islands
- Chasmanthe bicolor (Gasp. ex Ten.) N.E.Br. - Cape Province; naturalized in California
- Chasmanthe floribunda (Salisb.) N.E.Br. (South African Cornflag, Pennants) - Cape Province; naturalized in California, Algeria, Australia, Argentina, St. Helena
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- Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: World Checklist Series
- PlantZAfrica.com - Chasmanthe aethiopica
- Iziko Museums of Cape Town - Chasmanthe
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