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Leaves are finely divided in lobes which branch out to more lobes. It has yellow flowers which attract flies, bees, butterflies.
Native to South Africa, grows in coastal and inland semiarid areas. It grows as a shrub or bush.
It attracts bees, catipillars, ladybugs, funnel spiders, lynx spiders, bees, butterflies.
Spotted on May 13, 2013
Submitted on May 19, 2013