Note that many Aizoaceae (dewplants) are superficially Dandelion-like with ray florets and can be confused with Asteraceae. Aizoaceae are mostly introduced from S Africa and all have succulent leaves
Tetragonia . . . . . . New-Zealand Spinach
Tetragonia tetragonioides . . . . New-Zealand Spinach
On beaches, esp. CI and a few places in S Br
Carpobrotus . . . . . Pigface
Carpobrotus edulis . . . Pigface
Large triangular section leaves; fls usually yellow; fruits succulent; a serious invasive species from S Africa esp. on sea cliffs in CI and S and W Br, Scattered further N on the W coast and in Ire
Plants with pink fls may also be other spp. such as C. acinaciformis or C. glaucescens (if fls small)
Delosperma . . . . . . Yellow Iceplant
Delosperma nubigenum . . . Yellow Iceplant
A garden escape on the coast in Jersey
Disphyma . . . . . . Dewplant
Disphyma crassifolium . . . Dewplant
Naturalised near the sea esp. in Cornwall, CI and Anglesea
Drosanthemum . . .
Drosanthemum floribundum . . . Pale Dewplant
Young leaves with white hairs; also naturalised near the sea in Cornwall, CI and Anglesea
Lampranthus . . . Dewplants
Stems woody below forming shrub
Lampranthus roseus & L. falciformis . . .
Naturalised near the sea in the S in similar places to other dewplants
L. roseus (Rosy Dewplant) leaves >20 mm; L. falciformis (Sickle-leaved Dewplant) has leaves <20 mm with fine point
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Other genera that can be found include: Aptenia (Heart-leaved Dewplant), Erepsia (Lesser Sea-fig), Oscularia (Deltoid-leaved Dewplant) and Ruschia (Shrubby Dewplant)