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aemula - Strawberry Spiderhead is better known to old-timers as Serruria ciliata.
It remains to be seen whether Serruria foeniculacea - Rondevlei Spiderhead from
Rondevlei will be incorporated into this species or not until then we will treat it as Se
Se aemu: Once common on the Cape Flats everywhere, Serruria aemula is now
extinct on the Cape Peninsula. This species was really abundant from Salt River eastwards.
It is now almost totally extinct, surviving on the edge of the National Routes 1 and 7.
Se aemu f: has been atlassed at Rondevlei, both the original and planted populations.
There is also a herbarium specimen from Simonstown! We would appreciate seasonal data for
this species - is there anyone who regularly visits the bird sanctuary and who will record
its flowering and growth for us?