Adenia Pechuelii

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Adenia pechuelii is a species of plant in the family Passifloraceae. It is endemic to Namibia. Its population is made up of mostly small subpopulations, and most of these are affected by collecting, but it is currently considered to be a species of least concern.

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Adenia pechuelii is a species of plant in the family Passifloraceae. It is endemic to Namibia. Its population is made up of mostly small subpopulations, and most of these are affected by collecting, but it is currently considered to be a species of least concern. Adenia pechuelii is endemic to a wide band of Namibian semi desert running north from Walvis Bay to central Kunene province. There are an estimated 30–35 subpopulations with most subpopulations being described as small. Currently most subpopulations appear to be affected by overcollecting.
Habitat: The plants perches and anchors themselves in crevices in rocks and conserves moisture in their pachypodous trunks. They grow in a desert where little else can grow.

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