Widdringtonia is a genus of coniferous trees in the Cupressaceae (cypress family). The name was Austrian botanist Stephan Endlicher's way of honouring an early expert ...
Widdringtonia. Endlicher 1842. Common names. Cypress pine, African cypress, sedarboom, sapreehout. Taxonomic notes. A genus usually divided into four species:
Widdringtonia wallichii previously Widdringtonia cedarbergensis (Clanwilliam Cedar or Clanwilliam Cypress)   is a species of Widdringtonia native to South ...
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Observations in the Species: Widdringtonia nodiflora. Common Name: Bergsapree or Bergsipres or Cape Cypress or Mountain Cedar or Mountain Cypress or South African ...
Widdringtonia nodiflora (mountain cypress) is a species of Widdringtonia native to Southern Africa. It usually grows at high altitudes, typically among rocks on ...
The Cederberg* was named after the Clanwilliam cedar, which used to be a prominent feature of the Cederberg but which today is a rare sight.
any of the ornamental and timber shrubs and trees of two closely related genera (Callitris and Widdringtonia) of the family Cupressaceae.
Statistics. The Plant List includes 17 scientific plant names of species rank for the genus Widdringtonia. Of these 4 are accepted species names.
Widdringtonia Endl., 1842. Substitute name for Pachylepis Brongniart, 1833 (non Lessing, 1832) and Parolinia Endlicher, 1841 (non Webb, 1840) Vernacular names .