Conophytum fulleri

A very common species on the quartz hills of north-eastern Bushmanland, but shows minimal variation except in the size of  the bodies which have a nice pimply texture. The plant illustrated is a fairly typical specimen, but in the vicinity of Charley's Pass near the Pellaberg there are larger plants which have sheaths that Steve Hammer describes as like "puff pastry". A single clone with white flowers from south of Namies has been established as 'Chris's White'