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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...
- to which it is most closely related; namely Lithops, Dinteranthus and Schwantesia. However, while Lithops and Dinteranthus will typically only have one...
- 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...
- phyllotaxis also occurs in the Aizoaceae. In genera of the Aizoaceae, such as Lithops and Conophytum, many species have just two fully developed leaves at a...
- Lithops hookeri is a species of plant in the genus Lithops, in the family Aizoaceae....
- of the genera:Ariocarpus Astrophytum Aztekium Epithelantha Geohintonia Lithops Lophophora Obregonia Turbinicarpus StrombocactusPyura chilensis, a tunicate...
- Lithops salicola is a species of perennial plant in the Aizoaceae family, often called living stones. Lithops salicola has two coupled leaves, divided...
- focusses and channels it to the leaves' inside surface. Experiments in the Lithops species of succulents, have shown that the size of leaf windows correlates...
- Lithops dorotheae is a species of Lithops found in South Africa. It was named after Dorothea Huyssteen, who found the plant in 1935. It grows on fine-grained...
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