A newer species of Euphorb from the rugged, rocky, granite cliffs of Cap Manambato in northeastern Madagascar. Very little information is available on this species, but you can see photos of it in habitat in Werner Rauh’s book ‘Succulent and Xerophytic Plants of Madagasar, Vol. #1’. A low, shrubby grower with thick, eight angled stems that branch freely. The spines are irregular, hair-like and not particularly stiff. The leaves are somewhat glossy and leathery, green on both sides and are shed after a short season.
THIS PLANT IS ON C.I.T.E.S. AND CANNOT BE EXPORTED