Gibbaeum petrense

A characteristic species with its compact clumps of hard-textured leaves with sharp edges. Although the plants are locally abundant, they occur only in a narrow band north of the Langeberge.
The first picture was taken on 13 April 2007, the others on 13 Sept. 2011.

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4 Responses to Gibbaeum petrense

  1. Ray Jones says:

    ..l’ve got something similar but with serrated leaves and a yellow flower??

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  2. Joss says:

    Excellent habitat photography! They seem to be the smallest in the genus?

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