Cephalophyllum framesii is a small, clump-forming plant up to 3.2 inches (8 cm) tall, with succulent leaves and stems. The leaves are…
Cephalophyllum is a genus of plants in the family Aizoaceae. There are 33 recognized species, native to South America. The genus name is derived from the Greek words "cephalos", meaning "head" and "phyllon", meaning "leaf" and refers to the compact heads of leaves.
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