Sesuvium portulacastrum

Sesuvium portulacastrum , o verdolaga de playa, es una especie de planta suculenta perteneciente a la familia de las aizoáceas. It is commonly known as shoreline purslane or . Sesuvium nombre antiguo (lat) del bejeque de los tejados y aplicado a plantas rastreras con.

Es una hierba perteneciente a la familia Aizoáceas, se trata de una especie rastrera, de hojas suculentas. Se trata de una planta herbácea perenne, . Nombres Comunes: Vidrillo,Verdolaga de playa . Sea purslane is a native, herbaceous perennial found along the coasts of Florida (Fig. 1).

It grows on the ocean side of the dunes down to the high . Image credit to Australian National Botanic . Expert: Notes: Reference for: Other Source(s):. Source: Aizoaceae of North America Update, database (version 2010). Family Aizoaceae Chromosome number 2n = 1 3 3 Synonyms . Portulaca portulacastrum Linnaeus, Sp. Absent Introduced in Portugal Portugal Continental Source: Checklist da Flora de Portugal 2011; Present in Langkawi Source: Malaysian Mangrove; Present . Native Status: HI N LN PB N PR N VI N. Search in The Plant List Search in IPNI Search in Australian Plant Name Index Search in NYBG Virtual Herbarium Search in .

PNH: URBAN (l.c.: 230), en Sesuvíum portulacastrum L. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Sesuvium (family Aizoaceae). A carpet of this succulent plant is sometimes seen on beaches and . Prostrate, succulent, hairless herb, rooting at the nodes. Leaves opposite, oblong or oblanceolate, fleshy, rounded at apex, decurrent into the petiole . Latin Sesuvium, land of the Sesuvii, a Gallic tribe, possibly referring to one locality in the natural distribution of this species; Latin portulaca, portulaca-like, . ABDELLY Salt-tolerance strategy of two halophyte species: Spartina alterniflora and Suaeda. SHORELINE SEAPURSLANE, Hai ma chi – Herbal Medicine – An illustrated compilation of Philippine medicinal plants . Rohr, Halimus maritima Kuntze, Halimus portulacastrum (L.) Kuntze, Pharnaceum rubens Adamson, . The stems were eaten raw or pickle or cooked in . Leaves linear to lanceolate or oblanceolate, to cm long .