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Echinopsis atacamensis


Common Name(s): Cardon
Synonym(s): Cereus atacamensis, Trichocereus atacamensis, Helianthocereus atacamensis, Echinopsis formosissima, Pilocereus pasacana, Cereus pasacana, Trichocereus pasacana, Helianthocereus pasacana, Echinopsis pasacana, Leucostele rivierei, Trichocereus rivierei, Echinopsis rivierei, Trichocereus eremophilus
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Trichocereeae
Distribution: Catamarca, Jujuy, La Rioja, Salta, San Juan - Argentina : Oruro, Potosi, Tarija - Bolivia : Antofagasta, Atacama, Tarapaca - Chile (South America)
Habit: Treelike
Flower: WhiteEncounterability: Unusual in Collections
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Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis
Picture taken at: Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Superior, AZ

Photographer: Daiv Freeman
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis
Picture taken at: Isla del Pescador, Salar de Uyuni, Potosi, Bolivia

Photographer: Brian Woods
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis
Picture taken at: Isla del Pescador, Salar de Uyuni, Potosi, Bolivia

Photographer: Brian Woods
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis
Picture taken at: Isla del Pescador, Salar de Uyuni, Potosi, Bolivia

Photographer: Brian Woods
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe

Echinopsis atacamensis subsp. pascana


Common Name(s): Cardon
Synonym(s): Cereus atacamensis, Trichocereus atacamensis, Helianthocereus atacamensis, Echinopsis formosissima, Pilocereus pasacana, Cereus pasacana, Trichocereus pasacana, Helianthocereus pasacana, Echinopsis pasacana, Leucostele rivierei, Trichocereus rivierei, Echinopsis rivierei, Trichocereus eremophilus
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Trichocereeae
Distribution: Catamarca, Jujuy, La Rioja, Salta, San Juan - Argentina : Oruro, Potosi, Tarija - Bolivia (South America)
Habit: Treelike
Flower: WhiteEncounterability: Unusual in Collections
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Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Huntington Library and Gardens, San Marino, CA

Photographer: Daiv Freeman
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Monaco Exotic Garden, Monaco

Photographer: Gerard Ardisson

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Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe
Echinopsis atacamensis
E. atacamensis subsp. pascana
Picture taken at: Habitat in Argentina

Photographer: Craig Howe

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