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Fleshy-leaved Pink Sorrel

Oxalis obliquifolia


Oxalis obliquifolia is found in grassland up to 3000 meters elevation from Ethiopia to South Africa. It grows 7 to 10 cm. tall and has leaflets that are broader than long with broad tips and very slender stalks with long hairs near the base. The flowers are solitary, bright pink with a white throat and yellow tube


Suikerbosrand nature reserve.

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Fleshy-leaved Pink Sorrel
Oxalis obliquifolia

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staccyh 7 years ago

Thanks for the nice words Mauna and thanks for ID stho002 and Johan.

Johan Heyns
Johan Heyns 7 years ago

Please add photos of the complete plant and one of leaves as well to help with ID.

stho002 7 years ago


mauna Kunzah
mauna Kunzah 7 years ago

Very pretty.

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Midvaal Local Municipality, Gauteng, South Africa

Spotted on Dec 26, 2013
Submitted on Dec 26, 2013

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