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Oidium ericinum parasitises Erica mammosa

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Erica mammosa

Erica mammosa (the Nine-pin Heath) is a species of erica that was naturally restricted to the south-western corner of the Western Cape, South Africa.

It produces masses of flowers in a range of colours from light-pink to orange to bright red. The species name "mammosa" means "with breasts" and refers to the udder-like shape of the flowers.

This plant is increasingly popular as an ornamental garden subject. [1]

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