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Aloe arborescensCandelabra Aloe, Tree Aloe, Mountain Bush AloeXanthorrhoeaceaeAloe arborea Medik. Aloe frutescens Salm-Dyck Aloe fruticosa Lam. Aloe fulgens Tod. Aloe mutabilis P25
Aloe camperiAloeXanthorrhoeaceaeAloe albopicta A.Berger Aloe eru A.Berger04
Aloe feroxCape Aloe, Bitter Aloe, Red Aloe, Cape Aloe, Alligator Jaw AloeXanthorrhoeaceaeAloe candelabrum A.Berger. Aloe galpinii Baker Aloe horrid Haw. Aloe muricata Haw. Aloe pallancae Gu25
Aloe macrosiphonTanzanian AloeXanthorrhoeaceaeAloe compacta Reynolds Aloe mwanzana Christian04
Aloe perryiPerry's AloeXanthorrhoeaceae 04
Xanthorrhoea australisGrasstreeXanthorrhoeaceae 21
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