Plant ID forum→Succulent identification

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Allyseiler
Jun 15, 2021 7:36 PM CST
Can anyone identify this succulent? I can't find any hint of what it's called anywhere online and I've been searching for months.
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purpleinopp
Jun 16, 2021 9:05 AM CST
Hi & welcome! Did it bloom? It looks like an old bloom stalk going toward the bottom right corner of the pic. If it did, do you have any pics of the blooms?
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Wildbloomers
Jul 1, 2021 6:06 PM CST
It looks like haworthia limifolia variety ubomboensis to me. Those little brown spots are common on this plant, probably caused by small water droplets concentrating the suns rays causing 'sunburn'. Try growing it in very bright light but not full sun.
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Gardener2493
Jul 1, 2021 6:55 PM CST
This is either an aloe or a haworthia. Both are very similar and don't need much care.
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