Pseudolithos migiurtinus is one of the rarest of the succulent milkweeds (Asclepiadaceae). It occurs naturally in a very difficult country to get into (and most importantly, out of); Somalia. These plants, like most of the succulent milkweeds (stapeliads) are generally fly pollinated and conveniently smell like rotten meat or some type of manure. This species is not ideal to propagate. They are successfully grown from seed once the seed is in hand.

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