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Euphorbia depauperata A. Rich

, : Euphorbia depauperata A. Rich. Cactus and Succulent Journal 65(1): 12-15

A very attractive variety (depauperata) of a succulent species first described in 1851 for the Flora Abyssinica is reported from eastern Zimbabwe. It forms slightly fleshy to woody tubers. The colouring of the stems, leaves, flowers and fruit capsules varies from a pale blue-green through yellow and orange to coppery red.

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