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Delairea odorata
Delairea odorata
German Ivy
Photographer: Charles Webber
Organization: California Academy of Sciences
Collection: CalAcademy

ID: 8120 3181 4954 0057 (1999-05-26)

Copyright © 1999 California Academy of Sciences

  • date of photo  unknown
  • location   San Simeon Highway (San Luis Obispo County, California, US)
  • family Asteraceae
  • CalAcademy slide #   T 5117
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

  • common names   German Ivy, Italian Ivy, Cape Ivy, Capeivy (ITIS )
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  • Reviewers' comments about this photo (review or add another comment)
    1. Reviewed by Fred Hrusa    Mar 15, 2001

    Action: commented on photo

    Reviewer's comments:
         "Plant behavior consistent with Senecio mikanioides, but det. characteristics not visible.

    2. Reviewed by Dora Jakobsdottir    Jun 23, 2004

    Action: changed name from "Senecio mikanioides" to "Delairea odorata "

    Reviewer's comments:
         "Synonym updated."

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