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Mammillaria sempervivi-like

These are two specimens which are Mammillaria sempervivi-like. They all have few spines and little wool. As such, they are easy to clean and bugs are easy to spot. Do not forget bugs in the soil, though!


Mammillaria colinsii

These two pictures are probably specimens of Mammillaria colinsii. The flower is light cream with a slightly darker stripe.


More Mammillarias

I have not gotten around identifying these two specimens. Two earlier pictures of the specimen on the right is shown below.

Here are two pictures of the Mammillaria shown previously, the one with lots of white wooly spines and no central or stout spines. These two pictures were taken in October 1998 and November 1998, respectively, while the latest picture was taken in July 1999.

The specimen on the left seems to be a Mammillaria polythele. The flowers are dark red. The identity of the one on the right is unknown.


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