Pot: 6,5 cm.
This succulent has stems that do not grow much in height, but rather tend to clump, forming pleasant tufts of fleshy stems of varying sizes. Each stem is characterized by four ribs typical of most specimens of the Stapelia family, each with tooth-like protuberances, almost as if they were small thorns. It has iridescent shades depending on sun exposure, from bright green to purple. The peculiarity for which these succulents are truly unique are undoubtedly their unusual brown flowers with backward curved corolla lobes.