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Mammillaria rekoi subsp. aureispina


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Synonym(s): Neomammillaria rekoi, Ebnerella rekoi, Mammillaria Mammillaria rekoi, Mammillaria pseudorekoi, Mammillaria rekoiana, Mammillaria mitlensis, Mammillaria krasuckae, Mammillaria pullihamata, Mammillaria sanjuanensis, Mammillaria albrechtiana
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Cacteae
Distribution: Oaxaca - Mexico (North America)
Habit: Globose-Cylindrical
Flower: Pink, PurpleEncounterability: Common Worldwide
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Mammillaria rekoi
M. rekoi subsp. aureispina
Picture taken at: Süleyman Demir's Private Collection in Ankara, Turkey

Photographer: Süleyman
Mammillaria rekoi
M. rekoi subsp. aureispina
Picture taken at: Süleyman Demir's Private Collection in Ankara, Turkey

Photographer: Süleyman
Mammillaria rekoi
M. rekoi subsp. aureispina
Picture taken at: Private Collection

Photographer: Joel Lode

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Mammillaria rekoi subsp. leptacantha


Common Name(s):
Synonym(s): Neomammillaria rekoi, Ebnerella rekoi, Mammillaria pseudorekoi, Mammillaria rekoiana, Mammillaria mitlensis, Mammillaria krasuckae, Mammillaria pullihamata, Mammillaria sanjuanensis, Mammillaria albrechtiana
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Cacteae
Distribution: Oaxaca - Mexico (North America)
Habit: Globose-Cylindrical
Flower: Pink, PurpleEncounterability: Common Worldwide
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Mammillaria rekoi
M. rekoi subsp. leptacantha
Picture taken at: Huntington Library and Gardens, San Marino, CA

Photographer: Daiv Freeman
Mammillaria rekoi
M. rekoi subsp. leptacantha
Picture taken at: CSSA Show at Huntington Library and Gardens, San Marino, CA

Photographer: Daiv Freeman
Mammillaria rekoi
M. rekoi subsp. leptacantha
Picture taken at: Juergen Menzel's Private Collection

Photographer: Juergen Menzel
Mammillaria rekoi
M. rekoi subsp. leptacantha
Picture taken at: Juergen Menzel's Private Collection

Photographer: Juergen Menzel

Mammillaria rekoi


Common Name(s):
Synonym(s): Neomammillaria rekoi, Ebnerella rekoi, Mammillaria Mammillaria rekoi, Mammillaria pseudorekoi, Mammillaria rekoiana, Mammillaria mitlensis, Mammillaria krasuckae, Mammillaria pullihamata, Mammillaria sanjuanensis, Mammillaria albrechtiana
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Cacteae
Distribution: Oaxaca - Mexico (North America)
Habit: Globose-Cylindrical
Flower: PinkEncounterability: Unusual in Collections
Original Description: The Cactaceae 4 p.141 - Britton & Rose (1920)
Globular to short-cylindric, becoming 12 cm long, 5 to 6 cm in diameter, sometimes milky; tubercles green, terete, 8 to 10 mm long, not very closely set, each bearing in its axil a tuft of short white wool and 1 to 8 long white bristles; radial spines spreading, about 20, white, delicately acicular, 4 to 6 mm long; central spines 4, brown, much stouter than the radials, 10 to 15 mm long, the lower one sometimes strongly hooked; flowers from axils of old tubercles, near top of plant; 1.5 cm long, deep purple, inner perianth-segments narrowly oblong, apiculate; filaments and style purplish; stigma-lobes greenish; fruit clavate, red, 12 mm long; seeds minute, brown.
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