Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Lithops pseudotruncatella

This picture shows some of the plants still in a juvenile stage and others with more separated leaves. Endemic to Namibia, they are quite variable but always interesting. These plants didn't have collection numbers or C numbers connected to the seeds, nor did they specify a subspecies, but my assumption at this point is that they are ssp. pseudotruncatella. There are 5 subspecies in Cole's naming system (Lithops, Flowering Stones. D.T. & N.A. Cole) which I mostly accept.

1 comment:

  1. Very nice pseudotruncatella. They look abit like lesliei when they're young, my observation anyway. :-)