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At first glance, you might think this groundcover is our native pigface, Karkalla jquery ui css 다운로드. There is that triangular cross-section of the succulent leaves,but this one has ‘teeth’, or a rough edge, to the sharper side, whereas Karkalla is smooth Download The Tea Story. Its large yellow flowers are the biggest giveaway to its identification though. Unlike our local pink-flowered pigface, this is an invasive introduced species …in fact, it is so invasive it is listed in the Invasive Species Database for 24 countries aftereffect template! Unfortunately, the plant hybridizes with the local pigfaces, where they come into close proximity, and this leads to other problems e.g. swamping local species genetically 젠킨스, 젠킨스 전쟁. One particular concern is that Karkalla is a food source. Although the hottentot fig is also edible, what happens with the hybrids?