|Adenium multiflorum in cultivation at the University of California Botanical Garden.|
Adenium multiflorum is small, succulent tree native to central and eastern Southern Africa. Like other members of the succulent family Apocynaceae, A. multiflorum has a milky latex with toxic alkaloids, specifically Cardiac glycosides . This latex is used as an arrow poison and as a fish stunning poison.
- "Adenium multiflorum". Plantz Afrika. Archived from the original on 25 January 2010. Retrieved 2010-02-11.
- Adenium multiflorum. Protabase
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