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Serruria fasciflora - Common Spiderhead is a Pin
Spiderhead with very small heads bearing many flowers on a common stalk and with straight
little florets (the pins). The leaves are also very fine.
Se fasc is recorded historically from Wynberg, Raapenberg, Tokai and the Cape Flats. It
does not appear to occur at Kenilworth, but it has been atlassed on the edge of De Waal
Drive, at Kirstenbosch, Tokai, east slopes below Silvermine, Rooikrans, near the gates of
the Cape of Good Hope Nature. Reserve and at Booiskraalrivier. The large population at
Constantiaberg is perhaps the most viable population on the Peninsula. The distribution of
records also suggests that these are remnants of a population that used to cover the Cape
Flats! Does it occur at Rondevlei or on the eastern slopes of Swartkopberge. Seasonal data
are lacking from summer, and winter.