This Erepsia inclaudens flower has its usual two whorls of petals, the upper row in this case slightly shorter than the lower one. There is a slight shine upon these petals with their rounded tips.
The short mauve staminodes that cover the stamens in Erepsia are visible in the flower centre.
A ripening fruit can be seen next to the flower, shiny and dark red in its central part. The five sepals around the capsule have dried to a woody, protective coat. In contrast, the five locules of the fruit are topped by fleshy covering membranes with marginal closing ledges and not the closing bodies common in mesemb species (Smith, et al, 1998; Manning, 2007).