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Cacti Genus turbinicarpus




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Turbinicarpus beguinii


Common Name(s):
Synonym(s): Thelocactus beguinii, Echinocactus beguinii, Neolloydia beguinii, Gymnocactus beguinii, Neolloydia glassii
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Cacteae
Distribution: Coahuila de Zaragoza, Nuevo Leon, San Luis Potosi - Mexico (North America)
Habit: Globose
Flower: Pink, RedEncounterability: Unusual in Collections
Species Notes: This species is listed in Appendix I of CITES.
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Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii
Picture taken at: Gene Schroeder's Private Collection

Photographer: Daiv Freeman
Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii
Picture taken at: 2005 Intercity Show, Los Angeles Arboretum

Photographer: Daiv Freeman
Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii
Picture taken at: 2005 Intercity Show, Los Angeles Arboretum

Photographer: Daiv Freeman
Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii
Picture taken at: Gunnar's Private Collection

Photographer: Gunnar Hatletveit

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Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii
Picture taken at: Juergen Menzel's Private Collection

Photographer: Juergen Menzel
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Turbinicarpus beguinii var. albiflorus


Common Name(s):
Synonym(s): Thelocactus beguinii, Echinocactus beguinii, Neolloydia beguinii, Gymnocactus beguinii, Neolloydia glassii
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Cacteae
Distribution: Coahuila de Zaragoza, Nuevo Leon, San Luis Potosi - Mexico (North America)
Habit: Globose
Flower: Pink, WhiteEncounterability: Rare
Species Notes: This species is listed in Appendix I of CITES.
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Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii var. albiflorus
Picture taken at: Juergen Menzel's Private Collection

Photographer: Juergen Menzel
Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii var. albiflorus
Picture taken at: Juergen Menzel's Private Collection

Photographer: Juergen Menzel
Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii var. albiflorus
Picture taken at: Juergen Menzel's Private Collection

Photographer: Juergen Menzel

Turbinicarpus beguinii subsp. hintoniorum


Common Name(s):
Synonym(s): Thelocactus beguinii, Echinocactus beguinii, Neolloydia beguinii, Gymnocactus beguinii, Neolloydia glassii
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Cacteae
Distribution: Coahuila de Zaragoza, Nuevo Leon, San Luis Potosi - Mexico (North America)
Habit: Globose
Flower: White, YellowEncounterability: Rare
Species Notes: This species is listed in Appendix I of CITES.
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Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii subsp. hintoniorum
Picture taken at: Habitat in Mexico

Photographer: Juergen Menzel
Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii subsp. hintoniorum
Picture taken at: Habitat in Mexico

Photographer: Juergen Menzel
Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii subsp. hintoniorum
Picture taken at: Juergen Menzel's Private Collection

Photographer: Juergen Menzel
Turbinicarpus beguinii
T. beguinii subsp. hintoniorum
Picture taken at: Juergen Menzel's Private Collection

Photographer: Juergen Menzel
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