A form of Sincoraea that we believe must be albopictum, although it doesn't look like the typical ones. The plant grows in a flat rosette with many narrow leaves, blushing reddish in strong light, and with a center flush of pale red, with a white central cup. Flowers are white. Most of the more typical albopictum that we have are brighter red, smaller and with fewer leaves. This plant came from the Chapada Diamantina of Bahia, Brazil in the vicinity of Mucugee.
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