Possibly a mamillaria fishhook ?

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briancarpenter
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Possibly a mamillaria fishhook ?

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Got this unarmed cactus from winco for 6 dollars.
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Re: Possibly a mamillaria fishhook ?

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It would be helpful if you rotated your image 90 degrees left.
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Steve-0
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That would be my guess, too. I'm fairly familiar with all the Sclerocactus fishhook species and that isn't one, IMO.
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The long yellow hooks make it look like Mammillaria magnifica.
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Ok, thanks :D
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Agreed - M. magnifica.
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