Swaziland's Flora Database:
Ceropegia sandersonii Decne. ex Hook.
(name current 2016)
Growth form: Climber
Restricted distribution within southern Africa
Swaziland distribution: lowveld only
Red Data Book Information:
Status: DD Distribution: Sicusha, Ngwenya Causeway, Dinedor, Mtindekwa River, Maloma The species is well collected by Compton.
Found in Kwazulu Natal, Mozambique and Swaziland.
Description (Compton's Flora of Swaziland*):
Ceropegia fortuita - Very slender twiner, almost hairless. Leaves sparse, delicate; stalk c 5 mm long; blade tapering to triangular point, widened or winged to almost circular below middle, c 1,5 cm long and wide. Flowers one or two together on very slender stalks; calyx lobes pointed, 2 mm long; corolla tube enlarged to c 3 mm diam at base, scarcely widening above, lobes diverging little below turn-in; total length of corolla c 2,5 cm.
* Where species names have changed, these have been matched according to herbarium specimens quoted in this publication.
Pooley, E. (1998). A Field Guide to Wild Flowers Kwazulu-Natal and the Eastern Region. Natal Flora Publications Trust, Durban.