Carpobrotus (affinis) acinaciformis vs edulis subsp. edulis

1) Staminodes (petals) pink. Hypanthium abruptly narrowed into peduncle. Receptacle flat. Upper leaves distinctly saber-shaped: C. (affinis) acinaciformis

1A) Staminode (petals) pale yellow (rarely yellow), sometimes pale pink when senescing. Hypanthium gradually narrowed. Receptacle raised. All leaves not saber-shaped: C. edulis subsp. edulis

C. (affinis) acinaciformis

C. edulis subsp. edulis:

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