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It is a rare succulent, described for the first time by Emilio Chiovenda in 1951, the name E. brunellii honors the Swedish botanist H. E. Brunell. In its caudex it stores water to survive during drought periods. In the period of vegetative rest, it drops the leaves to reduce the loss of water, and then grows them back in the awakening period, when the flowering is over. Its white or pink flowers bloom in spring, and then leave space for new green oval leaves.