Crassula cymbiformis is a moderately branched succulent shrublet with stout decumbent branches and fleshy, distinctly boat-shaped, more or…
Derivation: Compound of two Latin words, the noun "cymba," meaning "boat," and the suffix "-formis," meaning "having the form of."
Whereas the generic name must be unique, there are often two or more genera with the same specific epithet. The same epithet can also be used within a species for subspecies, varieties, and forms.
Here is a full list of succulents with this epithet. Click on the photo or the name of the plant for which you wish to see further information.
Haworthia cymbiformis 'Variegata' (Cathedral Window Haworthia) is an attractive succulent that forms stemless rosettes of thick fleshy…
Haworthia cymbiformis (Cathedral Window Haworthia) is a small succulent that forms stemless rosettes of thick fleshy pale green leaves…