For their tiny little size, the Conophytum and Lithops have been growing relatively rapidly. Last time I posted the Lithops had not yet started to germinate. I've now counted ten little sprouts. They are actually growing quicker than the Conophytum. They do however look a bit lanky. I've heard stories of the plants growing up and out of the soil. I was scared this might happen so I set them both on top of upside down pots closer to the light (from about 30cm away to around 15 or 20cm).
The Conophytum still look like little molars. I've counted about eleven of them. There are some new really tiny ones from both species so I expect ongoing germination for at least a few more days. You can see from the pictures below that both sprouts look different. The Lithops actually have clearly distinct pairs of leaves. I mist both of them several times a day quite heavily. I also have ziplock bags over the top to make sure they don't dry out. They were sowed 9 days ago.
Conophytum (mixed varieties, oldest are 6 days)
Lithops (mixed varieties, oldest are 5 days)