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Euphorbia is a genus of succulent plants belonging to the family Euphorbiaceae. It is the fourth largest genus of flowering plants. The species are primarily found in the tropical and subtropical regions of Africa and Madagascar. The name of the genus derives from Euphorbus, the Greek physician of king Juba II of Numidia, who married the daughter of Anthony and Cleopatra.

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Euphorbia loricata

Euphorbia loricata is a succulent shrub with slender leaves at the branch tips, which eventually drop off leaving stems covered in just…


Euphorbia schubei

Euphorbia schubei is a perennial, shrubby, succulent plant that branches mostly from the base and forms large mats with time. The stems…


Euphorbia guillauminiana

Euphorbia guillauminiana is a densely branched, succulent shrub, up to 3.3 feet (1 m) tall. The branches are thick, succulent, with spines…


Euphorbia procumbens

Euphorbia procumbens is a dwarf, spineless Medusoid Euphorbia that in its normal form has 2 to 3 rows of lateral shoots around the deepen…


Euphorbia wilmaniae

Euphorbia wilmaniae is a low-growing, succulent shrublet with underground caudex and branches that form a dense mat up to 12 inches…

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