Haworthia decipiens var. minor is a small succulent that forms stemless, slowly proliferous rosettes of thick, fleshy, broadly ovate leaves…
Meaning: Deceiving or cheating, derived from the Latin word "decipio," meaning "to beguile or to cheat"
There are often several genera that have the same specific epithet. The same epithet can also be used within a species, for subspecies, varieties, and forms.
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