Faucaria britteniae 

The popular genus Faucaria (Caryophyllales - Aizoaceae) is found in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa, and it characterized by its triangular, mottled leaves, the margins of which have rows of soft teeth that curve inward. 

The genus name Faucaria comes from the Latin “faux”, meaning jaws, and refers to the shape of the leaves.

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Photo credit: ©Stuart Robinson | Locality: cultivated (2010)

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