The crested shape of this succulent has the typical fan arrangement, which appears almost completely white and compact: it is a truly unique specimen and extremely rare to find! The name of this species derives from the Latin and means 'fish skin', this is because its stem is completely covered with scales, which make it unique and therefore much desired by collectors and true connoisseurs. It has no thorns and its color is generally whitish, enriched by various shades on the notes of brown and yellow. Very often this species is grafted onto another plant to speed up its growth. Euphorbia piscidermis is really precious and, if positioned in the right places, it can really make a great impression: it will certainly not go unnoticed and its particularities will make it loved by everyone!