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Mammillaria thornberi


Common Name(s): Clustered Fishhook Cactus, Clustered Pincushion, Slender Pincushion
Synonym(s): Chilita thornberi, Mammillaria fasciculata, Ebnerella fasciculata, Chilita fasciculata, Mammillaria yaquensis, Ebnerella yaquensis, Chilita yaquensis
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Cacteae
Distribution: Sonora - Mexico : Arizona - United States (North America)
Habit: Cylindrical
Flower: Pink, PurpleEncounterability: Unusual in Collections
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Mammillaria thornberi
M. thornberi
Picture taken at: Panos and Stavros Collection Athens, Greece

Photographer: Panos and Stavros

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Mammillaria thornberi
M. thornberi
Picture taken at: Desert Botanical Gardens - Phoenix, AZ

Photographer: Mike Wisnev
Mammillaria thornberi
M. thornberi
Picture taken at: Near Tucson, AZ

Photographer: Peter Breslin
Mammillaria thornberi
M. thornberi
Picture taken at: Near Tucson, AZ

Photographer: Peter Breslin
Mammillaria thornberi
M. thornberi
Picture taken at: Juergen Menzel's Private Collection

Photographer: Juergen Menzel
Mammillaria thornberi
M. thornberi
Picture taken at: Vladimir Malov's Private Collection

Photographer: Vladimir Malov
Mammillaria thornberi
M. thornberi
Picture taken at: Vladimir Malov's Private Collection

Photographer: Vladimir Malov
Mammillaria thornberi
M. thornberi
Picture taken at: Near Tucson, Arizona

Photographer: Daiv Freeman
Mammillaria thornberi
M. thornberi
Picture taken at: Near Tucson, Arizona

Photographer: Daiv Freeman

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