Mammillaria gasseriana Ojo de Agua is the same as M. stella-de-tacubaya Villa Insurgentes. Ojo de Agua and Villa Insurgentes are two nearby villages, on the western edge of Zacatecas, along the Fresnillo - Durango road. In the past, the Germans often called the mammillaria from this region M. gasseriana Ojo de Agua, but later on, they referred to it as M. gasseriana Villa Insurgentes (e.g. PN 286 and PN 531). Helmut Rogozinski for many years also named it M. gasseriana Villa Insurgentes in his travel reports, but in his recently published field list he has changed it to M. stella-de-tacubaya Villa Insurgentes (Rog 04, 78, 511). My own plants of this Ojo de Agua/Villa Insurgentes taxon have never produced hooekd centrals, but long ago I once read that someone in Belgium also got a few hooks on his Ojo de Agua/Villa Insurgentes.
M. wohlschlageri SB 1965 cannot be a wohlschlageri, it must be M. stella-de-tacubaya (or M. gasseriana, if you want to stick to the old - wrong - name). Ignacio Allende is stella-de-tacubaya territory. I found stellas at Yerbanis, 30 km north of Ignacio Allende (I have never observed hooked centrals on my Yerbanis plants), Rogozinski reports stella-de-tacubaya Rog 79 from Luis Moya, less than 10 km north of Ignacio Allende. He writes in 1988: hardly any plants of stella-de-tacubaya, whereas in 1986 there were many of them.
In my article I wrote the following: "Interestingly, Mesa Garden lists M. wohlschlageri SB 1965 from Ignacio Allende (30 km south of Yerbanis) in its seed catalogue (MG 951.7). Seed-grown plants of this taxon develop some short hooked central spines. Based on the formation of these hooked spines, on the location of this taxon and on the appearance of the young plants, I conclude that this taxon is not M. wohlschlageri but instead it is akin to the taxa under consideration in this section" (i.e. akin to M. stella-de-tacubaya).
RS 450 is indeed wohlschlageri (or lasiacantha hyalina if you want to follow Hunt). Looking on the Cactus and Succulent Field Number website: RS 450 is from Fresnillo, which I think is the original wohlschlageri location.
Wolter ten Hoeve.