Conophytum subfenestratum TS207 (Quaggaskop)

A species that occurs over much of the Knersvlakte but is very cryptic because the bodies are buried in quartz pebbles. It is more obvious in the autumn when flowers appear. It is commonly solitary in the wild but will build small clusters in cultivation, the above clump having taken about 25 years to attain its size. A very caespitose population was known, but it was destroyed when the railway was built.