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louiemichael

A newfound fan of succulents. I like collecting them, as they look very different than other plants. Most especially rosette-forming ones!

Sinocrassula Yunnanensis

  • Season Icon Late AutumnLate Autumn 2018
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louiemichael

I think it should be yunnanensis alone. I tried searching for indicum, and it did not come out. Instead, pictures of Sinocrassula indica appeared. @teamgardentags #succulent #sinocrassula #yunnanensis

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Soph1e

@gardentagssucculentexpert may be able to help explain the difference

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louiemichael

@Soph1e thank you! Hoping for a reply soon

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Muzz67

Hi Louie ! Here is a link to the ICN for your plant.http://www.crassulaceae.ch/de/artikel?akID=322&aaID=2&aiID=Y&aID=1442 .I looks like  Sedum indicum var. yunnanensis is listed as a synonym there ? Agree this listing needs to be checked .

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louiemichael

@Muzz67 Hello sir Muzz! Thank you for helping me. I am baffled. Are there really multiple registered scientific names for plants?

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Muzz67

Hi Louie! Nice to say hello but Sir is very formal haha! I'm Jacqui and a female 😆😆😆.No there are not multiple registered latin names but the other names that some people know their plants ( albeit incorrect)by are listed as synonyms sometimes underneath to help id .The ICN is a great reference tool if you weren't aware of it before ? Yes this plant name needs checking by the plants team to clarify and they are aware of it.😁

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Muzz67

Encyclopedia updated Louie 😁

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