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Kalanchoe integra (Medik. ) Kuntze
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1. Kalanchoe integra (Medikus) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 1: 229. 1891.

Cotyledon integra Medikus, Hist. & Commentat. Acad. Elect. Sci. Theod.-Palat. 3: 200, plate 9. 1775; Kalanchoe coccinea Welwitsch ex Oliver

Plants glabrous or glandular-pubescent distally. Stems 3-20 dm. Leaf blades obovate, 5-20 cm, margins shallowly and irregularly crenate, apex obtuse. Cymes often lax, compound, glandular-pubescent. Pedicels 0.5-2 cm. Flowers fragrant; sepals ascending, triangular-lanceolate, 4-10 mm; corolla yellow or red-orange, flask-shaped (inflated on abaxial side), tube 15-16 mm, lobes spreading, 8-10 mm.

Flowering winter. Hummocks, waste places, roadsides; 0-50 m; introduced; Fla.; South America (Brazil); Asia; Africa.

Kalanchoe integra is sometimes included in K. laciniata . In any case it is a difficult complex needing more study.

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