This Anacampseros plant produced a group of stem-tip leaf rosettes growing to heights aligned neatly for shaping a pretty dome.
The stubby, tetrahedron-like leaf shapes add to the appearance of a well organised defence system for plant survival. And so does the pink to purple belligerence of the older leaves. Some novice leaves in the rosette centres show beginner green, while some really old ones in the periphery have given up, gone yellow.
Leaf shape may lean towards this being Anacampseros arachnoides, but there are no cobweb coverings upon the leaves. That feature is said to not be universal in the species. So this may be the answer, although the rough surface texture of the leaves adds a question. And the colour is unusual.