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Amphiglossa foliosa J.C.Manning & N.A. Helme is a new species endemic to the greater Knersvlakte between Nuwerus and Klawer in Western Cape. It is diagnosed by its sprawling, laxly leafy stems with relatively large, oblanceolate leaves 8-15 × (2-) 3-7 mm, thinly tomentose bracts, the inner with dark, wine-red apical appendages, and the relatively numerous florets, 9 to 12 per capitulum. It is most likely to be confused with Amphiglossa celans from coastal Namaqualand between Garies anddoi:10.1016/j.sajb.2014.01.012 fatcat:auylgmbxfvbyxexhw4rlopo674