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Pseudolithos eyelensis

 

Pseudolithos eyelensis is a member of the Asclepiadaceae family which has not yet been described. It is found in Eil, Somalia, growing in grit with little water and some sun. It can grow to twelve centimetres in diameter and reach a height of fifteen centimetres. The flowers are dark red to brown, with hairy petals with a lighter centre and like the others: It smell like rotting meat, and thereby attracting flees. It have to be kept real dry in winters, and will not stand temperatures below 15 C for longer periods. At summer, the temperature should be kept around 25-35 C, best watered sparsely from the bottom. PHOTO TO FOLLOW

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