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Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana W.A.Fitz Maur. & B.Fitz Maur.
Cact. Succ. J. (Los Angeles) 73(5): 264. 2001
Family: CACTACEAE

Accepted Scientific Name: Mammillaria perezdelarosae Bravo & Scheinvar
Cact. Suc. Mex. 30(4): 76 (1985).

Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana Photo by: Prof. Ilham Alakbarov

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Accepted name in llifle Database:
Mammillaria perezdelarosae Bravo & Scheinvar
Cact. Suc. Mex. 30(4): 76 (1985).
Synonymy: 4 Accepted name in llifle Database:
Mammillaria perezdelarosae f. cristata hort.
(Oftens found as M. perez-de-la-rosae.)

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Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Mammillaria bombycina group

  • Mammillaria bombycina Quehl: Solitary or clustering cactus, some clones cluster aggressively and can form 50-90 cm wide mounds. It combines clean, glassy white radial spines with hooked reddish-brown centrals.This plant will produce several complete circles of contrasting light carmine flowers.
  • Mammillaria bombycina f. albicentralis hort.: Has evenly white or creamy-white hooked central spines, (tips never reddish-brown). Cultivated form.
  • Mammillaria bombycina f. flavispina hort.: Has evenly creamy-yellow or yellow hooked central spines, (tips never reddish-brown). Cultivated form.
  • Mammillaria bombycina f. monstruosa green clone hort.: It is a strange monstrous cactus cultivar that forms very rubbery and squishy green and purple glob.
  • Mammillaria bombycina f. monstruosa white clone hort.: It cluster aggressively and forms a gorgeous white mounds with a fluffy appearance.
  • Mammillaria bombycina cv. Split Spine: This very rare cultivar has unique "Split spines". This is an exclusive feature never seen in other cacti.
  • Mammillaria perezdelarosae Bravo & Scheinvar: Differs from Mammillaria bombycina in its darker centrals and denser, pectinately arranged radials that completely conceal the epidermis, and in its paler pink flowers.
  • Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana W.A.Fitz Maur. & B.Fitz Maur.: distinguishable for the smaller size, slower growth and straight central spines (not hooked). It is believed to be one of the most beautiful Mammillaria. Distribution: Northeast, Zacatecas, Municipio Via Garcia
  • Mammillaria perezdelarosae f. cristata hort.: crested form with stems densely covered with glassy white radial spines with hooked dark-brown centrals. It is one of the more beautiful crested Mammillaria.

27649 alexander Alexander Arzberger
Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana Photo by: Alexander Arzberger
18673 Ilham Prof. Ilham Alakbarov
Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana Photo by: Prof. Ilham Alakbarov

21605 viviana Viviana Alejandra Castro
Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana Photo by: Viviana Alejandra Castro
16875 valentino Valentino Vallicelli
Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli

16874 valentino Valentino Vallicelli
Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli
27590 alexander Alexander Arzberger
Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana Photo by: Alexander Arzberger

27650 alexander Alexander Arzberger
Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana Photo by: Alexander Arzberger
27769 alexander Alexander Arzberger
Mammillaria perezdelarosae subs. andersoniana Photo by: Alexander Arzberger


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