Anacampseros arachnoides Family: Portulacaceae. Sometimes considered an Avonia, this unusual succulent is known for its dark green to black leaves that are covered in spider web like hairs (hence the name "arachnoides"). The color seems to depend on light and the time of year with best color coming in higher light cooler temps. It forms multiple stems that creep along the ground. Will produce pink flowers on long stalks off and on throughout the growing season. These flowers open in the late afternoon or evening. Easy to grow. Give normal succulent care. It is rot prone if kept too wet, especially during the heat of summer. Should that happen just replant the healthy part of the stem and it will root. Is more shade tolerant than most succulents (though it still needs good light).
You will receive a plant shown in the last image or one similar. They are shown growing in 3" pots.