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Lithops naureeniae occurs in a small area to the south east of Springbok.

The plants are rather variable. Lithops naureeniae usually has well defined islands but is distinguished from others mainly by its divergent leaf pairs.

The flowers are yellow.

Lithops naureeniae in habitat in the Springbok district

A form with ill defined islands.