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Mammillaria haageana


Common Name(s):
Synonym(s): Mammillaria dyckiana, Mammillaria kunthii, Mammillaria meissneri, Mammillaria dealbata, Mammillaria donatii, Mammillaria collina, Mammillaria conspicua, Mammillaria vaupelii, Mammillaria elegans, Mammillaria albidula, Mammillaria san-angelensis, Mammillaria acultzingensis
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Cacteae
Distribution: Distrito Federal, Mexico (State), Oaxaca, Puebla, Veracruz-Llave - Mexico (North America)
Habit: Globose
Flower: Pink, Purple, RedEncounterability: Common Worldwide
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Mammillaria haageana
M. haageana
Picture taken at: Huntington Library and Gardens, San Marino, CA

Photographer: Daiv Freeman

Mammillaria haageana subsp. elegans


Common Name(s):
Synonym(s): Mammillaria dyckiana, Mammillaria kunthii, Mammillaria meissneri, Mammillaria dealbata, Mammillaria donatii, Mammillaria collina, Mammillaria conspicua, Mammillaria vaupelii, Mammillaria elegans, Mammillaria albidula, Mammillaria san-angelensis, Mammillaria acultzingensis
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Cacteae
Distribution: Distrito Federal, Mexico (State), Oaxaca, Puebla, Veracruz-Llave - Mexico (North America)
Habit: Globose
Flower: Pink, Purple, RedEncounterability: Common Worldwide
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Mammillaria haageana
M. haageana subsp. elegans
Picture taken at: Süleyman Demir's Private Collection in Ankara, Turkey

Photographer: Süleyman

Mammillaria haageana subsp. schmollii


Common Name(s):
Synonym(s): Mammillaria dyckiana, Mammillaria kunthii, Mammillaria meissneri, Mammillaria dealbata, Mammillaria donatii, Mammillaria collina, Mammillaria conspicua, Mammillaria vaupelii, Mammillaria elegans, Mammillaria albidula, Mammillaria san-angelensis, Mammillaria acultzingensis
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Subfamily: Cactoideae
Tribe: Cacteae
Distribution: Oaxaca, Puebla - Mexico (North America)
Habit: Globose
Flower: PinkEncounterability: Rare
Species Notes: Aside from differing distribution, the black central spines of ssp. schmollii distinguish it from ssp. acultzingensis and ssp. conspicua. The somewhat longer central and radial spines give it a more "shabby" appearance that separates it from ssp. elegans and ssp. san-angelensis which are both more tidy in appearance. In contrast to ssp. haageana, this species is more difficult to distinguish with the best key being the smaller clustering stems of ssp. schmollii as opposed to larger solitary stems on ssp. haageana.
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Mammillaria haageana
M. haageana subsp. schmollii
Picture taken at: Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Biosphere, Oaxaca, Mexico

Photographer: Dale Denham-Logsdon
Mammillaria haageana
M. haageana subsp. schmollii
Picture taken at: Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Biosphere, Oaxaca, Mexico

Photographer: Dale Denham-Logsdon
Mammillaria haageana
M. haageana subsp. schmollii
Picture taken at: Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Biosphere, Oaxaca, Mexico

Photographer: Dale Denham-Logsdon
Mammillaria haageana
M. haageana subsp. schmollii
Picture taken at: Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Biosphere, Oaxaca, Mexico

Photographer: Dale Denham-Logsdon

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