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Hoodia flava are members of the Asclepiadaceae family. They are found in the Cape Province in the Karoo region from Prince Albert northwards to Kenhardt. The many stems approximately 6" in height have many vertical rows of tubercles that are tipped with stiff bristles. The stems closely resemble those of Hoodia piliferum but the spines of Hoodia flava are darker.. Flowers are yellow and 1" in diameter, disc is flat over which the the distinctive pincer-like yellow outer corona extends.