Euphorbia angrae N.E.Br.
(name current September 2016)
Restricted distribution within southern Africa
Swaziland abundance: rare
Swaziland distribution: one locality
Description (Compton's Flora of Swaziland*):
Euphorbia neopolycnemoides - Perennial, slender branching stems rising in tufts from woody rootstock, often flowering in first year; hairless throughout. Leaves almost stalkless, pointed, narrow-oblong, five or more times as long as broad, up to 3 cm long x 3 mm wide, usually less, margins usually rolled downwards. “Flowers” borne singly in forks of stem, especially in end branches; glands having small conspicuous white appendage. Fruit spherical, c 2 mm diam.
* Where species names have changed, these have been matched according to herbarium specimens quoted in this publication.