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aprotopa



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PostSubject: Need an Id for this Mammillaria   Need an Id for this Mammillaria Icon_minitimeWed Dec 14, 2011 8:46 am

Some say that this is parkinsonii others that is is albilanata and others haageana ssp elegans. Is it one of these or is it something else?

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walter hellinx



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PostSubject: Re: Need an Id for this Mammillaria   Need an Id for this Mammillaria Icon_minitimeWed Dec 14, 2011 12:20 pm

Hi,
It's a Mam.hahniana form, no doubt.
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PostSubject: Re: Need an Id for this Mammillaria   Need an Id for this Mammillaria Icon_minitimeWed Dec 14, 2011 1:30 pm

Hi Walter and thanks for your input. I have M.hahniana and it is not the same. Attached below is the hahniana that I have

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PostSubject: Re: Need an Id for this Mammillaria   Need an Id for this Mammillaria Icon_minitimeWed Dec 14, 2011 9:40 pm

I agree with Walter it is a form of Hahniana. One of the less hairy forms. Your second plant (s) is also Hahniana. Is the second plant a large or small specimen, as it appears to be 3 seperate young plants. A trait of nurserymen to get you believing its an older or multiheaded form, not very common with true Hahniana.
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