Another really helpful way of checking names for South African plants is to use the SANBI (South African National Biodiversity Institute) checklist. Although we use the Plant List to check names for the wiki, since there is not always agreement, I like to look at what the experts in the country where the plant grows think. And the nice thing about the check list is that it gives you a lot of information in an overview without having to click on individual pages. http://posa.sanbi.org/searchspp.php If you put in Neobakeria as the genus in the genus box and then check the boxes for Full species details and Include synonymous taxa? and then click on search you will have a listing of the old names for this genus along with the current names and often details such as height, altitude where it is found, and distribution. For Neobakeria angustifolia you'll find: HYACINTHACEAE Neobakeria angustifolia (L.f.) Schltr. = Massonia echinata Perennial. Geophyte. Ht [?]-0.18m. Alt 975-1524m. FSA, SA Some other species of this former genus including Neobakeria marginata are listed as Daubenya marginata. It is challenging to keep up with all the changes. Mary Sue >Others have said it is Daubenya marginata.