This Southeast Asian native forms hard succulent leaves that fix themselves flat to a wood surface. If grown in bright light, the leaves are more reddish. It can be grown as a house plant or vivarium plant. If planted in a vivarium, it should be allowed to dry out between waterings. The flowers of imbricata are very small, a pale creamy-yellow, however, this particular plant has pink flowers. So, it’s ID is a mystery for now.