THIS PLANT IS ON C.I.T.E.S. AND CANNOT BE EXPORTED
A procumbent, shrub-like Euphorbia with a surprisingly ample caudex. The plant is a low grower with pencil thick branches bearing tiny spines. When in leaf, the foliage is oblong, with wavy margins and slightly pubescent. The cyathea vary from chartreuse to tan or pinkish-red. The caudex will form underground but can be elevated above the soil. It gets quite thick, to about 2 inches in time. Native to the area of Tongobory in southeastern Madagascar.