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|Euphorbia atroviridis grows in the semi-desert Great Karoo, a low rainfall area, where the rains spread over the autumn and spring.Euphorbia 'atroviridis' is a medusa-head with a considerable tap root. It slowly branches with age. Euphorbia atroviridis is a close relative of the gorgonis-like species, striking feature of Euphorbia atroviridis is that the involucre glands partly bend backwards as compared to other medusae-heads of the central Great Karoo. Larger plants with similar flowers have been found many kilometers to the east in the vicinity of Pearston. This may be an indication that Euphorbia atroviridis may be part of a larger complex of related species.|