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Crassula moschata (Shore Stonecrop)

Synonyms: Bulliarda magellanica; Bulliarda moschata; Crassula magellanica; Tillaea chiloensis; Tillaea littoralis; Tillaea magellanica; Tillaea moschata

Wikipedia Abstract

Crassula moschata, commonly known as the Shore Stonecrop, Musky Stonecrop, or Musky Crassula, is a hairless, mat-forming, succulent, perennial herb. It is widespread on the subantarctic and cool temperate shores of the Southern Ocean.
View Wikipedia Record: Crassula moschata

Predators

Brachycaudus helichrysi (Leafcurl plum aphid)[1]
Myzus ascalonicus (Shallot aphid)[1]
Myzus cerasi (Black cherry aphid)[1]
Rhopalosiphum padi (Oat aphid)[1]

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