Jamesbrittenia, probably J. fimbriata, from kyffhauser.co.za.

Belongs within: Scrophulariaceae.

Jamesbrittenia is a primarily African genus of glandular herbs and shrubs.

Characters (from Flora of Zimbabwe): Shrubs, suffrutices, perennial or annual herbs, glandular and often aromatic. Leaves opposite, often alternate above, sometimes ± fasciculate, simple or deeply divided. Inflorescence racemose with flowers solitary in axils. Calyx 5-lobed, divided almost to base. Corolla tube always cylindric below, abruptly expanded near apex; in throat a broad transverse band of clavate hairs; lobes spreading. Stamens 4, didynamous; anthers usually included; posticous filaments decurrent down corolla tube, often to base, pubescent. Stigma exserted, usually tongue-shaped, with 2 marginal bands of papillae. Fruit a septicidal capsule. Seeds with reticulate testa.

<==Jamesbrittenia CV06
    |--J. acutiloba CV06
    |--J. barbata CV06
    |--J. bicolor CV06
    |--J. canescens CV06
    |    |--J. c. var. canescens CV06
    |    `--J. c. var. laevior CV06
    |--J. chenopodioides CV06
    |--J. dolomitica CV06
    |--J. fimbriata CV06
    |--J. fleckii CV06
    |--J. fragilis CV06
    |--J. giessii CV06
    |--J. hereroensis CV06
    |--J. heucherifolia CV06
    |--J. lyperioides CV06
    |--J. pallida CV06
    |--J. pilgeriana CV06
    |--J. primuliflora CV06
    `--J. sessilifolia CV06

*Type species of generic name indicated


[CV06] Craven, P., & P. Vorster. 2006. Patterns of plant diversity and endemism in Namibia. Bothalia 36 (2): 175–189.

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