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Romulea flava (Lam.) M.P. de Vos var. minor (Bég.) M.P. de Vos
Romulea bulbocodioides Baker var. minor Bég.Romulea flava (Lam.) M.P. de Vos
frutang, yellow onion grass
Native to south-western Africa (i.e. Cape Province in South Africa).
Widely naturalised in south-western Western Australia and occasionally naturalised in south-eastern Australia (i.e. sparingly naturalised in Victoria and naturalised in some parts of inland southern New South Wales).
Yellow onion grass (Romulea flava var. minor) is regarded as an environmental weed in Western Australia.
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