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Notes on Matricaria


, : Notes on Matricaria. Jour S African Bot 6(1): 45-47

1. M. piluifera (L. f.) Druce and M. sabulosa Wolley Dod. 2. M. africana Berg. and M. hirta (Thunb.) DC, discussed.

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