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Ariocarpus bravoanus subs. hintonii (Stuppy & N.P.Taylor) E.F.Anderson & W.A.Fitz Maur.
Haseltonia 5: 11. 1998 [1997 publ. 1998]
Family: CACTACEAE

Ariocarpus bravoanus subs. hintonii Photo by: Agócs György
The stems are normally flush and well camouflaged with the soil surface resembling limestone chips in shape, colour, and texture, rendering the plants extremely cryptic. In habitat they are greyish-green in colour, sometimes taking on a yellowish tint with age.

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Accepted name in llifle Database:
Ariocarpus bravoanus subs. hintonii (Stuppy & N.P.Taylor) E.F.Anderson & W.A.Fitz Maur.
Haseltonia 5: 11. 1998 [1997 publ. 1998]
Synonymy: 6 Accepted name in llifle Database:
Ariocarpus bravoanus H.M.Hern. & E.F.Anderson
Bradleya 10: 1. 1992
Synonymy: 3
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Common Names include:
SPANISH (Español): Chaute

Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Ariocarpus fissuratus group


10464 valentino Valentino Vallicelli
It flowers in August to October and is frequently the earliest species of the genus to bloom in cultivation. Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli
3304 cactus-art Cactus Art
Ariocarpus bravoanus subs. hintonii Photo by: Cactus Art

3298 valentino Valentino Vallicelli
This specie starts blooming when still young. The first flower is larger than the plant's body. Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli
15303 valentino Valentino Vallicelli
Ariocarpus bravoanus subs. hintonii Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli

3303 valentino Valentino Vallicelli
Ariocarpus bravoanus subs. hintonii Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli
3302 cactus-art Cactus Art
The central fissure on the tubercle develops only with maturity. Photo by: Cactus Art

3306 cactus-art Cactus Art
Ariocarpus bravoanus subs. hintonii Photo by: Cactus Art
24255 agocs Agócs György
These cacti are difficult to spot in their natural habitat. Photo by: Agócs György

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by Valentino Vallicelli

by Cactus Art

by Flavio Agrosi
The central fissure on the tubercle develops only with maturity.
by Cactus Art
Flowers are pink-purple with greenish-white margins, inner perianth parts deep magenta.
by Valentino Vallicelli
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