Cyclamen rohlfsianum (Myrsinaceae) very corky and irregular tuber which has growing points distributed over the upper surface and roots appearing all over the lower surface. The leaves appear in late summer, and are broadly kidney shaped with broad triangular dentate lobes with prominent ribs. The upper surface is a shiny bright green, either plain or with an irregular silver-grey marbling in an uneven band. The sweetly fragrant flowers appear with or before the immature leaves, and are pink with a purplish magenta zone towards the base of each petal. Date of harvest : May 2010. Locality : Cyrene Libya.