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Tylecodon is a genus of succulent plants in the family Crassulaceae. Until the late 1970s all these plants were included in the genus Cotyledon, but in 1978 Dr Helmut Toelken of the South Australian Herbarium split them off into a genus of their own. The new name Tylecodon, was apparently chosen as a syllabic anagram of the earlier name Cotyledon.

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Succulentopedia Tylecodon decipiens

Tylecodon decipiens

Tylecodon decipiens is dwarf succulent with an irregularly shaped tuberous base that produces many branches, often forming dense mats about…

Succulentopedia Tylecodon cordiformis

Tylecodon cordiformis

Tylecodon cordiformis is a small, sparingly branched succulent with short gray branches covered in tiny hairs that grow from a tuberous…

Succulentopedia Tylecodon atropurpureus

Tylecodon atropurpureus

Tylecodon atropurpureus is a succulent plant with underground caudex that split at the apex into 2 to 6 short branches. The swollen tuber…

Succulentopedia Tylecodon sulphureus

Tylecodon sulphureus

Tylecodon sulphureus is a small, sparingly branched succulent with a tuberous base and short erect stems. The tuber grows up to 1.2 inches…

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