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Cacti Genus selenicereus




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Selenicereus testudo


Common Name(s): Pitaya De Tortuga
Synonym(s): Cereus testudo, Deamia testudo, Deamia diabolica, Strophocactus testudo
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Hylocereeae
Distribution: Colombia : Belize : Costa Rica : Guatemala : Honduras : Nicaragua : Mexico (South America, Central America, North America)
Habit: Sprawling
Flower: WhiteEncounterability: Common Locally in Some Areas
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Selenicereus testudo
S. testudo
Picture taken at: Huntington Library and Gardens, San Marino, CA

Photographer: Daiv Freeman
Selenicereus testudo
S. testudo
Picture taken at: Habitat near Jinotega, Nicaragua

Photographer: Leland Smith
Selenicereus testudo
S. testudo
Picture taken at: Habitat near Jinotega, Nicaragua

Photographer: Leland Smith
Selenicereus testudo
S. testudo
Picture taken at: Habitat, Reserva Tomabu, Nicaragua

Photographer: Leland Smith
Selenicereus testudo
S. testudo
Picture taken at: Habitat, Reserva Tomabu, Nicaragua

Photographer: Leland Smith
Selenicereus testudo
S. testudo
Picture taken at: Habitat, Reserva Tomabu, Nicaragua

Photographer: Leland Smith
Selenicereus testudo
S. testudo
Picture taken at: Habitat, Reserva Tomabu, Nicaragua

Photographer: Leland Smith
Selenicereus testudo
S. testudo
Picture taken at: Habitat, Reserva Tomabu, Nicaragua

Photographer: Leland Smith
Selenicereus testudo
S. testudo
Picture taken at: Habitat in Nicaragua

Photographer: Leland Smith
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