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- the Gr**** "-ops" means that even a single plant is called a Lithops. Individual Lithops plants consist of one or more pairs of bulbous, almost fused...
- conditions similar to those for cactuses. Like all Lithops, it requires extremely well-drained soil. Like all Lithops it also grows in annual cycles, as the leaf-pairs...
- Lithops viridis, the green rock-plant, is a species of plant in the family Aizoaceae. Its rocklike leaves protect it from predators. Its leaves are succulent...
- Lithops bromfieldii, also called the living stone, is a succulent plant from the genus Lithops native to South Africa that looks like stones when not in...
- Lithops fulviceps is a species of plant in the family Aizoaceae. It is endemic to Namibia. Its natural habitats are rocky areas and cold desert. It is...
- Lithops olivacea is a species of the genus Lithops under the family Aizoaceae. The name olivacea refers to the Latin word for olive (oliva) combined with...
- it has been determined to be a subspecies of Lithops karasmontana rather than its own species. "Lithops amicorum". Archived from the original on 3 March...
- Lithops comptonii is a species of plant in the family Aizoaceae, indigenous to South Africa. Lithops comptonii is naturally found in the far southwest...
- Plant Database "Lithops salicola L. Bol. (1936)". Lithops species. Retrieved 19 January 2014. 1997 IUCN red list of threatened plants "Lithops salicola C351...
- 2020. "Lithops Pseudotruncatella - Truncate Living Stone - Description and Care". www.houseplant****pert.com. Retrieved 2019-03-13. "RHS - Lithops pseudotruncatella"...
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