An almost dormant
plant by Marco Hijuelos
This member of the Peperomiaceae
given this name by
in 2011. It is found in a tiny
area in Mexico, growing in a rich soil with quite some water water and
little or no sun. The caudex can grow to three centimetres in
diameter and seven in length. The leaves reach 25 centimetres while
the greenish flowers are a bit higher.
Discovered by Cyrus G. Pringle
in 1898. The name refers to the pyramid El Tepozteco of which foot
it is found.