Huernia procumbens (R. A. Dyer) L. C. Leach in Bothalia 10 (1): 54 (1969).
Etymology: procumbo (Lat.) - prostrate
Distribution: NE South Africa (Limpopo), SE Zimbabwe (Matabeleland South).
History: The plant was first discovered by L. E. Codd in 1949 and recollected by H. P. van der Schijff in 1954, both west of Pafuri. The last one flowered in 1955 in cultivation in Pretoria. Dyer described it as Duvalia procumbens in 1956. Larry Leach transfered it together with D. procumbens and D. andreaeana to the genus Huernia in 1969.