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N.mammis-ARG

N.mammis-ARG

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Location : East-central, Argentina
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PostSubject: Mammis to identify:   Mammis to identify: Icon_minitimeTue Jul 30, 2019 7:14 am

Hi there!!! I put here 3 mammillarias to see if they can help me identify, thanks!   Very Happy



1) It has 4 yellow central spines, 7 to 10 bicolor radial spines between white, light brown and yellow, wool and few axillary hairs. Columnar with sunken apice.

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2) Even small plant, it has 2 to 3 short yellow central spines with light brown tips, 30 to 40 white, crystalline and pubescent radial spines.

Mammis to identify: Dsc00710



3) This mammillaria has 6 radial spines and 1 central spine, all are slightly tortuous, light in color at the base and turning dark red at the tips. Globose shape, has axillary wool.

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PostSubject: Re: Mammis to identify:   Mammis to identify: Icon_minitimeTue Jul 30, 2019 9:51 am

I think no.1 is possibly m. columbiana, no.2 no suggestion as too small and no.3 maybe m. uncinata.
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PostSubject: Re: Mammis to identify:   Mammis to identify: Icon_minitimeTue Aug 06, 2019 7:19 pm

No, that is not the correct identifications ... in the next few days the number 3 is about to flourish so we will see that it may be, the most similar thing I saw is a call Mammillaria Obscura, but there is not much information.
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PostSubject: Re: Mammis to identify:   Mammis to identify: Icon_minitimeWed Aug 07, 2019 12:51 pm

Mammillaria obscura is a doubtful name and has been placed by some, synonymous with m. petterssonii. I'll be surprised if your plant is indeed a m. petterssonnii type. This would produce red flowers, which would have brown seeds. Whereas, my suggestion would have white flowers, with brown reddish stripes and produce brown seed. We wait and see.
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