Fuerteventura last week of February

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Fuerteventura last week of February

Post by Acid John » Thu Mar 07, 2019 10:53 pm

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Euphorbia handiensis
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Euphorbia handiensis found in the Gran Valle, west of Morro Jable on the Jandia peninsular just before the dog rescue place on the right hand slope.What a hot place to be. Click on the tiny lettering on the bottom of the photos.
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Re: Fuerteventura last week of February

Post by Acid John » Thu Mar 07, 2019 11:04 pm

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Euphorbia canariensis
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Found at the same location.
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Re: Fuerteventura last week of February

Post by Acid John » Thu Mar 07, 2019 11:20 pm

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Caralluma burchardii
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Caralluma burchardii found on the left side of the El Pinar road leading to Los Pinos Barbacoa south west of Betancuria and among pine trees of the picnic site. Unfortunately unripe seed pods only nor any flowers.
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Re: Fuerteventura last week of February

Post by Liz M » Fri Mar 15, 2019 11:45 am

I was fortunate enough to discover Caralluma burchardii, when I was in Fuerteventura several years ago. I found it a very exciting find. I'm glad you found it in a different place to mine, this was high up in the mountains in the north.
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Caralluma burchardii.
Obsessive Crassulaceae lover, especially Aeoniums but also grow, Aloes, Agaves, Haworthias and a select number of Cacti.
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Re: Fuerteventura last week of February

Post by Acid John » Sat Mar 16, 2019 10:16 am

Nice, that was what I was hoping to find. Yours does look nice and juicy,
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