Bijlia tugwelliae is one of two known Bijlia species described from the Prince Albert area just north of the Swartberg Mountain in the Great Karoo.
The leaves of both Bijlia species from Prince Albert are described as being white without any dots. The following form of Bijlia tugwelliae is lesser known, has dark spots, somewhat reminiscent of certain Adromiscus species, and occurs south of the Swartberg range in the Calitzdorp district of the Little Karoo.
The yellow flowers occur during early spring.
Bijlia tugwelliae, a plant with very small spots.
Bijlia tugwelliae, a spotted plant growing on a steep slope near Matjiesvlei.
Bijlia tugwelliae, a flowering plant.