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Haworthiopsis is a genus of succulent plants in the family Asphodelaceae. The genus was previously included in Haworthia. Species in the genus are typically short perennial plants, with leaves often arranged in a rosette and frequently having raised white markings. The genus Haworthiopsis was erected by Gordon Rowley in 2013. The ending "opsis" derives from the Greek "opsis", meaning "appearance", hence "Haworthiopsis" means "like Haworthia".

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Succulentopedia Haworthiopsis tortuosa aka Haworthia tortuosa

Haworthiopsis tortuosa

Haworthiopsis tortuosa, formerly known as Haworthia tortuosa, is a small succulent with leaves arranged in a spiral along the stem that…

Succulentopedia Haworthiopsis pungens aka Haworthia pungens

Haworthiopsis pungens

Haworthiopsis pungens, formerly known as Haworthia pungens, is a small succulent that forms rosettes of smooth, rigid, and sharp-pointed…

Succulentopedia Haworthiopsis granulata

Haworthiopsis granulata

Haworthiopsis granulata, formerly known as Haworthia granulata or Haworthia venosa subsp. granulata, is a rare succulent with erect stems…

Succulentopedia Haworthiopsis woolleyi aka Haworthia woolleyi or Haworthia venosa subsp. woolleyi

Haworthiopsis woolleyi

Haworthiopsis woolleyi, formerly known as Haworthia woolleyi or Haworthia venosa subsp. woolleyi, is a small, slow-growing succulent that…

Succulentopedia Haworthiopsis glauca aka Haworthia glauca

Haworthiopsis glauca

Haworthiopsis glauca, formerly known as Haworthia glauca, is a succulent with erect or spreading, pointed leaves densely packed along the…

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