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Weingartia neocumingii Backeb.
Kakteen Sukk. 1950, No. 2, 2 (1950); cf. Gray Herb. Card Cat.
Family: CACTACEAE

Accepted Scientific Name: Rebutia neocumingii (Backeb.) D.R.Hunt
Bradleya 5: 94 (1987)

Weingartia neocumingii (Rebutia neocumingii) Photo by: Paolo Di Varena

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Accepted name in llifle Database:
Rebutia neocumingii (Backeb.) D.R.Hunt
Bradleya 5: 94 (1987)
Synonymy: 89 Accepted name in llifle Database:
Rebutia neocumingii subs. pilcomayensis (Cárdenas) D.R.Hunt
Cactaceae Consensus Init. 4: 8. 1997 [Oct 1997]
Synonymy: 4 Accepted name in llifle Database:
Rebutia neocumingii subs. riograndensis (F.Ritter) D.R.Hunt
Cactaceae Consensus Init. 4: 8. 1997 [Oct 1997]
Synonymy: 5 Accepted name in llifle Database:
Rebutia neocumingii subs. saipinensis (F.H.Brandt) D.R.Hunt
Cactaceae Consensus Init. 4: 8. 1997 [Oct 1997]
Synonymy: 2 Accepted name in llifle Database:
Rebutia neocumingii subs. trollii (Oeser) D.R.Hunt
Cactaceae Consensus Init. 4: 8. 1997 [Oct 1997]
Synonymy: 4
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Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Rebutia neocumingii group

  • Rebutia corroana Cárdenas: has hemispherical body with more woolly crown, fewer and stiffer spines, yellow flowers with green scales on the receptacle. Distribution: Bolivia (Cochabamba and Santa Cruz).
  • Rebutia neocumingii (Backeb.) D.R.Hunt: (Subsp. neocumingii) it is quite variable as to its spines and subtle differences of tone in its yellow to orange flowers. Distribution: widespread in Bolivia and Peru.
  • Rebutia neocumingii var. hediniana (Backeb.): has somewhat fatter tubercles and many yellow flowers. Distribution: Chuquisaca and Potosi. Bolivia.
  • Rebutia neocumingii var. koehresii (Oeser): has more numerous but shorter spines and yellow blooms. Distribution: Quillaquila, Oropeza, Chuquisaca, Bolivia.
  • Rebutia neocumingii subs. lanata (F.Ritter) D.R.Hunt: has with very woolly apexes and areoles. It is very variable as to its spines and subtle differences of tone in its yellow to orange flowers. Distribution. Chuquisaca and Potosi, Bolivia.
  • Rebutia neocumingii var. mairanensis (Donald): has very dense, more numerous spines, winch are longer, finer and straw-coloured. Distribution: Mairana, Florida, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
  • Rebutia neocumingii subs. pilcomayensis (Cárdenas) D.R.Hunt: has 12-15 radials and golden yellow flowers. Distribution: Potosi, Bolivia.
  • Rebutia neocumingii f. prolifera hort.: it is a monstrous highly branching variety that forms large clumps and blooms abundantly, just as a small specimen. Distribution: Known only in cultivation.
  • Rebutia neocumingii subs. pulquinensis (Cárdenas) D.R.Hunt
  • Rebutia neocumingii subs. riograndensis (F.Ritter) D.R.Hunt: has few radials, usually only 5-10. Distribution: Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
  • Rebutia neocumingii subs. saipinensis (F.H.Brandt) D.R.Hunt: has not less than 20 radials and golden yellow flowers. Distribution: Cochabamba, Bolivia.
  • Rebutia neocumingii subs. trollii (Oeser) D.R.Hunt: This form is characterized by bright orange to orange-scarlet flowers. Distribution: Chuquisaca, Bolivia.
  • Rebutia pruinosa hort.: has finer straw-coloured or brownish which are very dense and more numerous. Distribution: Oropeza, Chuquichuqui, Bolivia.
  • Rebutia sp. KA381 Icla, altitude 2630m: has large tuberous root and the less numerous and larger tubercled ribs. Distribution: Icla, Chuquisaca, Bolivia.
  • Weingartia hajekyana: has dense, more numerous, long, fine, straw-coloured spines (= Rebutia neocumingii var. mairanensis). Distribution: Mairana, Bolivia


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Weingartia neocumingii (Rebutia neocumingii) Photo by: Paolo Di Varena

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- This is a very variable compact plant from Bolivia and among the most vigorous and earliest bloomers. Flowers are usually yellow. This species blooms several times in one season. (Rebutia neocumingii) Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli
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