Number of posts : 13
Location : East-central, Argentina
Registration date : 2015-03-04
|Subject: Two Mammis. Haageana or ......? Sat Aug 01, 2015 11:19 pm|| |
Hello !!! These two mammillarias are ssp. haageana or some other plants are? They flourished at the same time, the polinize including, but nevertheless did not give any results.
19 radial spines white, two central spines longer regulate a pointing downward and the other upward born each areola, such central thorns are brown on the bottom and black color in the middle and end of the tips:
22 radial spines white, a central spine pointing upwards out of each areola, such backbone is white on the bottom, brown in the middle and black at the ends of the tips:
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Location : Amersham, UK
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|Subject: Re: Two Mammis. Haageana or ......? Mon Aug 03, 2015 1:24 pm|| |
They both look like M. haageana to me. Its a very variable species, which is why there have been so many species and subspecies names. But I'm not a splitter of this species, too much overlap of forms, even on the same site.