The species in this genus were until recently included in the genus Anacampseros. Gordon Rowley moved them to Grahamia in a 1994 study. This is still being discussed. Although there is only a few species, they are spread over the planet, in Latine America and Australia. Grahamia kurtzei (white flower, Argentina) and Grahamia coahuilensis (pink flower, Mexico) are the most common in cultivation. Several species have tuberous roots.

Species and varieties
Grahamia coahuilensis
Grahamia coahuilense synonym of Grahamia coahuilensis
Grahamia vulcanensis synonym of Anacampseros vulcanensis (Anacampseros vulcanensis)

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