* Amaryllidaceae.org Strumariinae.
Leaves often prostrate. Flowers zygomorphic or actinomorphic, with or without a perigone tube; stamens connate into a tube proximally (except in Strumaria where one whorl of stamens is fused to the style); fruit dehiscent; seeds with a well-developed chlorophyllous integument and stomatose testa. Southern Africa. Still, there exist controversy about the delimitation of genera in this subtribe
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