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June 2010 Sulcorebutia tarabucoensis var. callecallensis

Posted: Tue Jun 15, 2010 7:04 pm
by hob
Sulcorebutia tarabucoensis var. callecallensis (F.H.Brandt) K.Augustin & Gertel


Growth Habits: Grows to 1 inch [2.5cm] dia, and about 1\2 inch [12mm] tall heavily clumping forming a dense mat of hundreds of stems.

Scientific name: Rebutia neocumingii.

Common names: None.

Synonym: Sulcorebutia multispina, Weingartia hediniana, Weingartia neocumingii var. hediniana, Weingartia knizei, Weingartia lanata, Rebutia lanata, Weingartia longigibba, Weingartia mairanana, Weingartia sucrensis, Weingartia mataralensis, Sulcorebutia sucrensis, Weingartia miranda, Weingartia multispina, Weingartia neglecta, Sulcorebutia neocorroana, Sulcorebutia platygona, Weingartia platygona, Sulcorebutia pulquinensis, Weingartia pulquinensis, Gymnocalycium pulquinense, Weingartia saetosa, Sulcorebutia hediniana, Weingartia corroana, Sulcorebutia tarabucoensis var. callecallensis, Sulcorebutia neocumingii, Weingartia neocumingii, Weingartia attenuata, Weingartia brachygraphisa, Rebutia corroana, Weingartia callecallensis, Weingartia gracilispina, Sulcorebutia callecallensis, Weingartia chuquichuquinensis, Weingartia flavida, Weingartia buiningiana, Sulcorebutia flavida, Weingartia columnaris, Weingartia erinacea, Sulcorebutia erinacea, Weingartia cumingii, Rebutia cumingii, Gymnocalycium pulquinense var. corroanum, Sulcorebutia neocorroana, Weingartia pulquinensis var. corroana

Etymology: Sulcorebutia :from the Latin sulcus, meaning furrow and refers to the furrows or grooves that occur between the somewhat Tuberculate ribs.
tarabucoensis From Tarabuco (a town/area in Bolivia), where it has been found.
callecallensis named after Calle Calle in Bolivia

Origin: Bolivia [Cerro Calle Calle]

Light: Partial shade to full sun.

Compost: A free draining standard cactus mix.

Water: Regular water in spring to autumn allowing soil to dry between waterings, keep dry in winter.

Flower: Yellow, or red with a yellow throat.

Min temp: Up to -12c.

Cultivation: An easy plant to grow, flowers best if kept dry in winter and is allowed to go below freezing.

book "a sulco gallery" by John Pilbeam & David Hunt

Comments. Synonyms listed are for Rebutia neocumingii.
The author of this article does not understand the inclusion of this and a lot of other plants in Rebutia neocumingii.
If you look at Rebutia neocumingii on this site you will see images of former Weingartia species as you will if you look at desert tropicles and cactus art.
For me those plants bear no resemblance to the plant featured in this article.
Flowering plant
Weingartia lanata (also Rebutia neocumingii)