Definetely 2 Mammillarias and 1 unknown (maybe Gymnocalicium)

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Definetely 2 Mammillarias and 1 unknown (maybe Gymnocalicium)

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Hello everyone, for me Mammillaria is really complex to identify. I listed through the llifle and had some thoughts but some confirmation would be appreciated. :D
Also the last one is not known for me at all.

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Plenty of similar cacti ](*,)
Mammillaria brauneana
Mammillaria cadereytensis
Mammillaria dealbata
Mammillaria elegans
Mammillaria haageana
Mammillaria albilanata subs. oaxacana
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Found only one similar :?
Mammillaria pachycylindrica
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Went through all Gymnocalicium family on llifle but didn't find anything similar. Don't know the starting point :-k
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Re: Definetely 2 Mammillarias and 1 unknown (maybe Gymnocalicium)

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yukomkom wrote: Thu May 19, 2022 7:40 am3 Image:
Went through all Gymnocalicium family on llifle but didn't find anything similar. Don't know the starting point :-k

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Eriosyce, possible E engleri.
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Re: Definetely 2 Mammillarias and 1 unknown (maybe Gymnocalicium)

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I would suggest 1 - Mamm.haageana, 2 - M.zeilmanniana
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Thank you for helping, I really appreciate it :)
Lucy_V I live in Lviv, it's western part of Ukraine, it's pretty safe and also Vinnytsia is safe nowadays. Thanks a lot for your support)))
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Re: Definetely 2 Mammillarias and 1 unknown (maybe Gymnocalicium)

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Mammillaria woodsii
M discolor? ginza maru??
Gymnocalycium horridispinum
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Thanks a lot for your help, I checked all sources you've sent.
1st image I still don't feel for sure which one is that Mammillaria haageana or Mammillaria woodsii. Both has 2 central spines and plenty of radial. I believe it's not critical then, as I said in the beginning, Mammillaria is difficult for identification IMHO :mrgreen:
2nd image is very similar to Mammillaria discolor;
3rd image is definitely Gymnocalycium horridispinum (I missed it somehow :o )
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1 NOT haageana IMHO
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1 is not haageana IMHO, it's from hahniana group with lack hair
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anttisepp thanks a lot for helping :) I really appreciate it)
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