Sansevieria parva (Cultivated) ?

Sansevieria parva N.E.Br., Bull. Misc. Inform. Kew 1915: 233 1915. (Syn: Sansevieria bequaertii De Wild.; Sansevieria dooneri N.E.Br.) ?;

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Syn. Sansevieria bequaertii De Wild.
Jijamata Udyan, Feb. '11.
Leaf surface was smooth; Transverse (light and dark) bands present.
identification based on FOI database; our group database search did not yield any result.
Kindly confirm / correct.

Beautiful details. Thanks a lot for sharing.
Interestingly Sansevieria are also called, mother-in-law's tongue and devil's tongue, I imagine whats common between those names :)).

 



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