Lithops fulviceps is an orange-brown species generally smaller than most Lithops but its shape follows the same pattern of a cordate (heart-shaped), bifurcate body of two leaves.
Its natural habitats are rocky areas and cold desert. The stones comprises light to dark brown or reddish-brown, white or greywhite quartzite, gneiss, quartzite and schist, calcrete and quartzite; they are also found on gentle limestone slopes. Known in Namibia from between 11 and 30 sub-populations and locations; no significant continuing decline in number of mature plants known.
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