Mesembs are a family of succulents that occur in arid regions of South Africa and Namibia. Most have thick, fleshy leaves, and resemble the stones that occur in their natural habitats.
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Each Lithops species is unique in its own right, and every individual plant has its own special markings and colours.
Lapidaria margaretae is also known as the 'Karoo Rose' succulent. It is a dwarf mesemb that occurs on white quartz stone regions.
Frithia have elongated leaves tipped by leaf windows with a cloudy appearance. It is often confused with Fenestraria species, but Frithia is much rarer.
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