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Pleasant succulent whose name was chosen in honor of the botanist Lavranos, who was the first to collect material on the specimen found. It consists of perfectly cylindrical stems, about one centimeter in diameter, rigid and well turned upwards up to over 20 cm in height. The stems tend to grow grouped in a pleasant straight and tidy bush, which often tends to branch keeping each stem facing upwards. The epidermis takes on soft glaucous green tones, very light and opaque, only rarely furrowed by a sort of scar, a sign of the presence of sparse threadlike, soft and deciduous leaves. During flowering E. lavranii will give you pretty clusters of microscopic greenish flowers clustered at the ends of the stems.