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Gymnocalycium mostii (Gürke) Britton & Rose
Addisonia 3: 5, pl. 83. 1918

Gymnocalycium mostii Photo by: Carolina González


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Common Names include:
ENGLISH: Most's Gymnocalycium

Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Gymnocalycium mostii group

  • Gymnocalycium mostii (Gürke) Britton & Rose: has 1 central and 7-9 radial spines, horn-coloured darker at base and tips and rose pink flowers, 6-8 cm broad. Distribution: Córdoba
  • Gymnocalycium mostii var. genseri Piltz & B.Piltz: very similar to G. mostii subs. valnicekianum, but stem darker glaucous green with thinner spines. Distribution: Sierra Ischilin, Córdoba.
  • Gymnocalycium mostii subs. valnicekianum (Jajó) Mereg. & G.J.Charles: has 9-15(-20) radial spines brownish to grey and 4-6 (-11) central spines resembling the radial ones. Flowers: White with a reddish throat. Distribution: Sierra Ischilin, Córdoba.

26696 diegoe Diego Armentano
Gymnocalycium mostii Photo by: Diego Armentano
23800 carolina Carolina González
Gymnocalycium mostii Photo by: Carolina González

23263 julio Julio C. García
- Wet spines take a nice red colour. Photo by: Julio C. García
26695 diegoe Diego Armentano
Gymnocalycium mostii Photo by: Diego Armentano

26518 valentino Valentino Vallicelli
Field number JPR 92-112/267 (Collector Jaroslav Procházka) Agua de Oro, Cordoba, Argentina. Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli
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