Little tiny weeds they are! Sown last day of december 2013, the first Lithops dorotheae C300 germinated two weeks later finding their way between big boulders of volcanic gravel. Still so green and delicate.
Six months now, most hatchlings still keep their sun protection. Many have succumbed to summer dryness, from some twentyandsomething there still are living fourteen. At this stage they look very alike to seedlings of L. dinteri, so it is a good advice to keep them apart when sowing.