A Red Titanopsis?
I had a pot of seedling Titanopsis calcarea that I hadn't given the best of care, and decided to rectify that by transplanting them into their own pots. Most of the seedlings look normal but several had a distinct reddish color - such as the two in the photo. Normally I might think this was a wonderfully colored genetic mutation, but I really suspect that this is the result of stress caused by my poor care over the past year. Often nutrient stress (deficiencies) will cause some discoloration in plants. So, they are potted and will be watered properly and we will see if the color remains red, or reverts back to a more normal T. calcarea color. Or, maybe they won't survive, but they look relatively good now.