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Conophytum is a genus of miniature succulent plants that belong to the Aizoaceae family. The species are native to South Africa and Namibia. The name is derived from the Latin word "conus", meanig "cone" and the Greek word "phytum", meanig "plant". The plants are also known as Buttons, Water Blisters, Cone Plants, Dumplings or Button Plants.

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Succulentopedia Conophytum pageae

Conophytum pageae

Conophytum pageae is a small succulent that usually grows in clusters of many bodies forming a small mound. The bodies are composed of two…

Succulentopedia Conophytum velutinum

Conophytum velutinum

Conophytum velutinum is a dwarf succulent with bodies of two fleshy grayish-green leaves with a velvety texture. It produces many bodies…

Succulentopedia Conophytum maughanii

Conophytum maughanii

Conophytum maughanii is a dwarf succulent with two fleshy leaves almost entirely fused into a soft, globose to short cylindrical body. It…

Succulentopedia Conophytum roodiae

Conophytum roodiae

Conophytum roodiae is a dwarf succulent that forms dense clusters, up to 2 inches (5 cm) in diameter, of unequal bodies composed of two…

Succulentopedia Conophytum angelicae

Conophytum angelicae

Conophytum angelicae is a dwarf succulent with pea-shaped bodies of two almost entirely fused leaves in shades of green, brown, purple…

Succulentopedia Conophytum tantillum

Conophytum tantillum

Conophytum tantillumis a densely branched, almost stemless succulent with two-lobed bodies that grow up to 0.4 inch (1 cm) tall and about…

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