At first sigh, it doesn't look like plumose to me. I clicked on the second photo and blew it up to twice the size, and I think I could see that there were some central spines. M. plumose does not have central spines. So, probably no.
I couldn't clearly enough see the shape of the tips of the central spines, are they hooked or straight? If hooked them I'd suggest a form of M. glassii. It looks anyway that it needs a bit more light, to make the heads a bit tighter.