Aloe hu mi lis Bianco FI. Filip* (1837) 256; ed. 2 (1845) 179; ed. 3, 1 (1877)
321, t. 95, non Lìnn.=ALOE VERA Linn.
Naves reduced this to Aloè barbadensis Mill., which is a syn-
-onym of Aloè vera Linn. The plant is still cultivated on a very-
limited scale in gardens in Manila and in sòme of the larger
towns of the Philippines, being widely known as sábila. It
rarely flowers in the Philippines
Illustrative specimen from Batangas, Batangas Province,
Luzon, October 21, 1916, there known as sábila (Merrill: Spe-
cies Blancoanae No. 1005).
NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN
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1006* ilei vera Linn,
Alo# huailis Blanco, non