Unknown succulents

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C And D
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Unknown succulents

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A couple of unknowns

Unknown Euphorbia
like a leafy E. clandestina
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Stem becoming a crested portion
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Self Fertile
Big Seeds are ejected when ripe
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A unknown stapeliad that came as a volunteer several years ago,
grows along the ground like a creeper
never flowered yet
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Craig and Denise Fry
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Re: Unknown succulents

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Hi, Craig & Denise,
the first plant looks like some Kleinia to me?
The second I don't know.
The last might be some Orbea -- check O. variegata. I have some that look pretty similar. The exact name will come to light when flowering.
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N.
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Re: Unknown succulents

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#1 Euphorbia bubalina often mis-IDed as Euphorbia loricata
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Re: Unknown succulents

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Euphorbia bubalina, that's it for sure
Thanks
Now i can sell it's seeds
It's a fast grower

And I think the stapeliad is Huernia procumbens
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