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== ''Albuca major'' Linn. ==
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== ''Albuca major'' ==
''Liliaceae''.
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*Accepted name : ''[[Albuca canadensis]]''
  
South Africa. In Kaffraria, Thunberg says the succulent stalk, which is rather mucilaginous, is chewed by the Hottentots and other travellers by way of quenching thirst.
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''Albuca major'' Linn. ''Liliaceae''.
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South Africa. In Kaffraria, Thunberg<ref>Thunberg, C. P. ''Travs.'' 1:146. 1795.</ref> says the succulent stalk, which is rather mucilaginous, is chewed by the Hottentots and other travellers by way of quenching thirst.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:45, 12 July 2019

Albizzia
Sturtevant, Notes on edible plants, 1919
Albuca (Sturtevant, 1919)
Aletris


Albuca major

Albuca major Linn. Liliaceae.

South Africa. In Kaffraria, Thunberg[1] says the succulent stalk, which is rather mucilaginous, is chewed by the Hottentots and other travellers by way of quenching thirst.
  1. Thunberg, C. P. Travs. 1:146. 1795.