Dipcadi

Dipcadi

African plant genus in the family Liliaceae; contain an unidentified toxin which causes head pressing, aimless wandering, diarrhea, enteritis. Includes D. glaucum (D. gracilipes, D. longibracteatum, wild or poison onion, malkop-ui).
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These include Dipcadi biflorum and Schweinfurthia imbricata.
Asparagaceae (formerly Liliaceae) Dipcadi biflorum Ghaz.
1 Companeras: Erica australis 1, Erica lusitanica 2 en 1; Cistus monspeliensis, Genista hirsuta, Phagnalon saxatile y Malus sylvestris +, Erica arborea y Lathyrus clymenum 1 en 3; Pyrus bourgaeana, Asparagus albus, Dipcadi serotinum y Genista polyanthos + en 4; Populus alba + en 5; Borago officinalis +, Rhamnus alaternus 1 en 6; Foeniculum vulgare, Campanula rapunculus, Trifolium pratense, Carex divisa, Allium roseum y Vinca difformis +, Piptatherum miliaceum y Lathyrus annuus 1 en 7; Rumex conglomeratus, Mentha pulegium, Solanum dulcamara, Dactylis hispanica y Cistus populifolius +, Holcus lanatus, Agrostis stolonifera, Hypericum perforatum, Scrophularia scorodonia, Saponaria officinalis, Juncus effusus var.
Characteristics: Isolepis pseudosetacea 3, Isolepis cernua 3, Kickxia cirrhosa 2, Solenopsis laurentia 2, Juncus pygmaeus 2, Juncus capitatus 2, Juncus bufonius 2, Chaetopogon fasciculatus 1, Hypericum humifusum 1, Cicendia filiformis 1, Exaculum pusillum 1, Illecebrum verticillatum 1; Companions: Pinguicula lusitanica 3, Sagina apetala 2, Serapias strictiflora 2, Anagallis arvensis 1, Scilla monophyllos 1, Ranunculus trilobus 1, Lotus hispidus 1, Serapias perez-chiscanoi 1, Dipcadi serotinum +, Hypochoeris radicata +, Pulicaria odora +.