Huernia ingeae

Huernia  ingeae

Photo by Darrel Plowes

Huernia ingeae Lavranos in Cact. Succ. J. (U.S.) 54 (3): 99 (1982).

Basionim:

Huernia ingeae

Lavranos in Cact. Succ. J. (U.S.) 54 (3): 99 (1982).

Synonim:

Huernia barbata subsp. ingeae

(Lavranos) Bruyns in Stapeliads S. Africa Madagascar (2005).

Etymology: Inge Brase Pehlemann, known collector from Namibia - the finder of the plant

Distribution: South Africa (Northern Cape - Bushmanland).

Distribution map

Distribution map of Huernia ingeae (my own records, Leach 1988, Bruyns 2005)

History: The plant was first discovered by H. A. Horn at Namies in 1961. It was rediscovered by Inge Pehlemann and John Lavranos in 1982. Plant was published in 1982 by John Lavranos as H. ingeae. Leach transfered it to H. clavigera (1988). Bruyns recognized it as a subspecies of H. barbata (2005).

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