Pot: 6,5 cm.
This succulent has stems that do not reach great heights, but rather tend to cluster, forming pleasant tufts of fleshy stems of variable sizes. Each stem is made up of four ribs typical of most of the Stapelia genus, each strongly indented, almost as if they were small thorns. It has iridescent shades depending on the sun exposure, from bright green to purple: it is amazing to see how these two colors, sometimes very intense, coexist pleasantly on the same plant and, often, even on the same stem! The peculiarity for which these succulents are truly unique are undoubtedly their "wax flowers", which are star-shaped, with a streaked or spotted skin, extremely suggestive!