|The seeds, most often almost black in colour|
Emex australis, commonly known in English as southern threecornerjack, devil's thorn, or double gee (also doublegee, from the old Afrikaner name dubbeltge-doorn - 'double thorned'), is a herbaceous plant of the Polygonaceae. It occurs indigenously in South Africa and is also an invasive species in Australia & Texas in the USA.
The current name for this species is Rumex hypogaeus T.M.Schust. & Reveal Taxon 64(6): 1203. (2015) .
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