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Sempervivum is a species of succulent originating from Macaronesia according to data records.

Unusual in its form, it was prized during the extraction era and was widely used as a house plant.

As climate change continued to unravel in the 20th Century, weather conditions would increasingly become wetter, saturating Reflexum’s native habitats which led to its demise in its native origin point of Europe.

However, the species spread to North Africa where it had a footing in the Atlas Mountains, with the last recorded specimen found in the wild in 2122.

It continues to be a popular plant to cultivate in lab settings and for display for the public, as well as being one of a few plants still available for purchase. 

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