The frnit of Escobaria is never Fig. Escobaria sandbergii. The seeds ibus, tumidus, rubro-brunneus, reticulatibus, hilum of Escobaria are somewhat smaller than those parvus profundus subbasale.
Flowering plant of E. Topotypes: UNM 33,- , 38, Caulae raro simplex, faciens faciculi usque ad caulis 11, haec 6. Mountains, New Mexico.
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On the east side of the San Andres range this species is known to occur on outcrops of lower Paleozoic limestone at the base of the mountains and on east-facing slopes at an elevation of 5, to 5, feet 1, to 1, m. This species grows almost entirely on re- stricted government land. The original collec- tion no. Escobaria villarari. Plants rarely solitary, forming clumps with areole, the base bulbous, white, the upper as many as 11 stems rarely more , these 2.
Topotypes: UNM 50,, 50,- mm. Many of the mountain ranges of southwest- Distribution: Along the west face of the ern New Mexico are extremely rugged and Sacramento Mountains in New Mexico on out- difficult of access. In recent years several poorly to 1, m.
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One o. At least twq populations soil and exposure, thus it is not a common are known from other mountain ranges further plant. It is one of the most robust escobarias to the east. The flowers also tend to be somewhat larger.
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Plants mostly solitary or sometimes with two to six stems 2 to 5 inches 5. Distribution: Big Hatchet Mountains in Fig.
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The angle of the pinkish blush; the h1bercles in youth cylindric, spines makes the plants prickly to handle, the on lower and older portions of the stems the h1bercles net prominent and tending to be? XLVII, centrals fall between the figures characteristic Plants at first solitary and spherical later for vars.
The name of becoming short cylindric, then forming basal the mountain range where this species is branches and commonly developing one to found was Hellenized to form the varietal three stems occasionally forming clumps with name. In addition var. The are deciduous or decompose with age; there variety is marked by three outstanding char- are slightly fewer primary and peripheral cen- acteristics: trals than in the other varieties, but the peri- 1 The spination is exceptionally dense, pherals tend to be somewhat longer. Documentation of Classification 2 The tips of all spines are markedly and Distribution uniform in terminating at the same distance Type: Florida Mountains on Koenig Ranch, from the body of the plant, thus typically elevation 5, feet, E.
Topotypes: UNM possible to handle them with impunity.
Under 52,, 53,, 53, Wooton, E. Cacti in New Mexico. Since they grow Bulletin no. Agricultural Col- appears as though someone has scattered lege, N. This Flora of New Mexico. Contributions of the U. National Herbarium, vol. Wash- marked visibility renders it possible to locate ington. For Texas, Benson lists under Coryphantha is also worth noting that in contrast to Esco- eight taxa which were formerly treated as spe- baria orcuttii var. Renner Texas: Texas Research Founda- stems of var. Die Cactaceae, V However, we Austin: University of Texas Press.
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