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Frailea perumbilicata F.Ritter
Succulenta (Netherlands) xlix. 125 (1970).

Accepted Scientific Name: Frailea schilinzkyana (F.Haage ex K.Schum.) Britton & Rose
Cactaceae (Britton & Rose) 3: 210. 1922 [12 Oct 1922] Britton & Rose

Frailea perumbilicata Photo by: Abidin Süleyman Demir
Field number: PR136 (Collector: Karl Heinz Prestlé) Locality: Livramento, Fazienda Topador, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


See all synonyms of Frailea schilinzkyana
Accepted name in llifle Database:
Frailea schilinzkyana (F.Haage ex K.Schum.) Britton & Rose
Cactaceae (Britton & Rose) 3: 210. 1922 [12 Oct 1922]
Synonymy: 26

Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Frailea schilinzkyana group

  • Frailea friedrichii Buining & Moser: stems solitary, dark green to coppery red, to 3-5 cm in diameter. Ribs 17-20, vertical, and forming tubercles. distribution: Cordillera and Paraguarí, Paraguay.
  • Frailea grahliana (F.Haage) Britton & Rose
  • Frailea grahliana subs. moseriana (Buining & Bredero) Prestlé
  • Frailea ignacionensis Buining & G.Moser
  • Frailea perumbilicata F.Ritter: has stems typically flattened and umbilicate above. Ribs usually 15. Radial spines 6-10, central spines usually absent. Distribution: Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
  • Frailea schilinzkyana (F.Haage ex K.Schum.) Britton & Rose: has small stems (ca 3 cm Ø) depressed globular dark brownish green. Ribs 10-13 tubercled. Spines 12 to 14, yellow to dark tannish-brown 2 to 3 mm long. Distribution: Brazil), Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay.
  • Frailea schilinzkyana f. cristata hort.: Crested form.
  • Frailea ybatensis Buining & Moser: has less numerous spines, more numerous ribs, dark brownish-green or purple-violet stems, and citron yellow flowers. Distribution: Ytá-Ybaté, South East of Asunción, Paraguay.

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