One of the most prolific of the top ten hit producers within the Performada genius group. It is a combination of the Spiteratus genus, and commercial radio transgressions. It also acts as a host to the increasingly invasive Tillandsia Recurvate, commonly known as ball moss. Highly active at night when it strips it leaves and emits shrill repeating requests to “Hit it One More Time”, as a request to attract pollinating insects which in recent years have been on the decline in the area.
Although short-lived, this subspecies did enjoy a spectacular rise in populations during the early 2000s for unknown reasons. Although, it is however still ever present throughout Southeastern Florida Britneyflora can be found in thrift store isles in all areas of the state. It is linked to the genus Tigeratus, but is more closely associated with Harpygophytum Clawanica since it is known to use its flowers as a lure.
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