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HAVE: Seeds of Echinocereus dasyacanthus Texas Rainbow Hedgehog

Posted by farmerted361 5/6 W Seneca NY (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 28, 06 at 10:35

Hi, All
I have seeds of Echinocereus dasyacanthus Texas Rainbow Hedgehog Cactus. The seeds are in one dry fruit, and ready to sow. In return, I'd like one pup of any of the cacti listed below should you happen to have it:

coccineus ssp. coccineus,(Mexican Claret Cup)
coccineus ssp. coccineus var. gurneyi,(Gurney's Claret-cup)
coccineus ssp. paucispinus
coccineus 'toroweapensis'
dasycanthus var. retispinus?
polyacanthus ssp. acifer,(Giant Claret Cup)
triglochidiatus,(Claret Cup, Strawberry Cactus)
E. triglochidiatus var. triglochidiatus
triglochidiatus "Kingcup Cactus, Mound Cactus"
E. t. var. arizonicus (Rose) L. Benson Arizona hedgehog cactus (endangered): oak woodland
E. t. var. gurneyi L. Benson : Chihuahuan desert, desert grassland
E. t. var. inermis Rowley spineless hedgehog cactus
E. t. var. melanacanthus (Engelm.) L. Benson :Rocky Mountain montane forest, pinyon-juniper woodland
E. t. var. mojavensis (Engelm. & Bigel.) L. Benson : Mojave desert, chaparral
E. t. var. neomexicanus (Standl.) Standl. ex W. T. Marshall : oak, pinyon-juniper woodland
E. t. var. paucispinus (Engelm.) Engelm. ex W. T. Marshall

The variety E. t. variety toroweapensis Fischer has been proposed.

A spineless form of E. t. var. mojavensis occurs in the mountains and mesas of western Colorado and eastern Utah.
viridiflorus var. montanus
viridiflorus ssp. chloranthus,(Brown-Spine Hedgehog)
viridiflorus ssp. correllii
viridiflorus ssp. davisii


Vars. erectocentrus
Vars. intertextus
Vars. lutescens

Thanks, Ron:)

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RE: HAVE: Seeds of Echinocereus dasyacanthus Texas Rainbow Hedge

Sorry folks but the seeds are gone:(

Thanks, farmerted361:)

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