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Ariocarpus strobiliformis Album

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Ariocarpus strobiliformis Werderm.
Z. Sukkulentenk. 3: 126, fig. 1927

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  • In cultivation they are often grafted on stronger species, called the stock, that can be any number of different columnar cacti.
    by cactus-art
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  • Juvenile feathery spines.
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  • Mature and juvenile plants toghether.
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  • The stems are flush and well camouflaged with the soil surface resembling limestone chips in shape, colour, and texture
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  • These cacti are difficult to spot in their natural habitat.
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  • Encephalocarpus strobiliformis, La Perdida, Tamaulipas.These cacti are difficult to spot in their natural habitat.
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  • Encephalocarpus strobiliformis, La Perdida, Tamaulipas.
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