The plants colour is reddish-brown with variable colour and markings on
surface with characteristic reddish-brown branches in the outer margin.
Etymology: Collected by H.A. Horn in September 1963, and
named for his friend, Mrs Eunice E. Burmeister
Description: Relatively uniform and easily recognizable by its
very characteristic marginal pattern and markings. It slowly clumps
forming cluster up to 200 mm in diameter, with up to 10 or more
heads (but usually 2-4).
Bodies (paired leaves):
Size: Medium to very large, facial diameters up to 40 mm in
length X 30 mm wide at the narrow fissure, mostly about 33 X 25 mm. Profile: truncate; top surface flat to slightly convex;
fissure shallow, 3-6 mm; lobes conjunct.Colours: The plants prevalent colour is reddish-brown with
variable colour and markings on the top surface. Top surface is flat
with various shades of olive-green, opaque yellowish, greenish or
pinkish grey. Windows and channels various shades of obscurely transluscent dark red-brown, the digitate lines extending into the
margins usually distinctly brighter red. Dusky dots dull greenish grey.
Shoulders milky bluish, pinkish or greenish grey.
Flowers: Yellow, medium to large, up to 45 mm Ø, mostly 25-35 mm
Bibliography: COLE, DESMOND T. and NAUREEN A., (2005) Lithops
Flowering Stones, Cactus&Co. Libri
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