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erica grandiflora - high resolution image from old book.

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erica grandiflora
ordo=Ericales
familia=Ericaceae
genus=Erica
species=E. grandiflora
binomial=Erica grandiflora
Category:Erica grandiflora
Category:Flora of the Cape Provinces
Erica grandiflora is a species of erica found in fynbos on the mainland Western Cape, South Africa. E. grandiflora was described by Carl Linnaeus the Younger in 1782, and was reclassified as Erica abietina subsp. aurantiaca by Oliver & Oliver in 2002. More recently, phylogenetic analyses of DNA sequence data have revealed that it is more closely related to mainland Western Cape species including Erica viscaria than it is to Cape Peninsula endemic Erica abietina subspecies, and should therefore be treated as a separate species. It includes two subspecies which can be most easily distinguished on the basis of their distinctive flower colours.

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Width in pixels 3230
Height in pixels 4902
source info Published before 1923.
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Description des plantes rares cultivees a Malmaison et a Navarre /par Aime Bonpland. (1812) http://'vxb.opr'/i/9519
Author: Bessa, Pancrace,, Bonpland, Aime?,, Didot, Pierre,, Redoute?, Pierre Joseph,
Publisher: Paris : De l'Impr. de P. Didot l'ai?ne?,
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