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Sachsia (plant)

Summary
Sachsia is a genus of West Indian and Floridian plants in the elecampane tribe within the sunflower family. The genus is named in honour of German botanist Julius von Sachs (1832–1897), who was a German botanist, Plant physiologist and botanical illustrator who taught at the Charles University, Prague. Species Includes 3 Accepted Species;
  • Sachsia coronopifolia – Cuba
  • Sachsia polycephala – Bahamas, Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Florida
  • Sachsia tricephala - Cuba
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