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Help, cactus identification.

Posted by kymzii (My Page) on
Sat, May 22, 10 at 5:21

Having trouble finding an ID for this cactus. It appears very much like a Lee's Dwarf Snowball, Escobaria sneedii ssp. leii. However there are 12 spines, and that cactus is apparently very rare. Considering I picked it up at the local fruit and veg market (here in the uk) I doubt it is.


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RE: Help, cactus identification.

Mammillaria vetula gracilis

RE: Help, cactus identification.

Ah, thank you. That's brilliant. Found the entry in the cactus catalogue. :)

RE: Help, cactus identification.

they are all wrong is mammillaria gracilis fragilis. look it ip on the computer to verify

RE: Help, cactus identification.

Mammillaria gracilis is sufficient. It is a slow growing miniature clumper.

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