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Echinocereus dasyacanthus ENGELMANN subsp. dasyacanthus

Echinocereus dasyacanthus ENGELMANN subsp. dasyacanthus
WISLIZENUS. – Mem. Tour North. Mex.: 100 (1848)

Echinocereus dasyacanthus, n. sp. ovato-oblongus, s. subcylindricus, 17-18 costatus costis tuberculatis subinterruptis, areolis approximatis, ovato-lanceolatis, junioribus albo-villosis; aculeis albidis, junioribus apice rufidis radialibus sub-18 porrectis, summis brevioribus tenuioribus, lateralibus inferioribusque longioribus; centralibus 4-6 pluribus deflexis.
El Paso del Norte. The specimen before me, one of the largest, is 12 high, and 3.5 inches below, and 2 inches above in diameter; wool on the young areolae unusually long, deciduous ; upper spines 3 lines long, lower lateral ones slightly compressed 6 to 7 lines long, lowest 5 lines long; central spines nearly as long as the last, stouter than the others. From E. pectinatus and E. caespitosus,* which it resembles, it is distinguished by the longer, not appressed spines, the larger number and size of the central spines, &c.

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Unsere Aussaatmethode für alle Echinocereen

Wir verwenden handelsübliche Lebensmittelbehälter mit entsprechendem Deckel

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Fein gesiebte Aussaaterde bis etwa zur Hälte einfüllen

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Gut anfeuchten, überschüssiges Waser entfernen

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Eine dünne Schicht feines Kieselgur aufstreuen

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Die Samen aufstreuen

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Mit dem Deckel verschließen und unter Kunstlicht bei ca. 25°C täglich 12 Stunden beleuchten

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Echinocereus coccineus ENGELMANN subsp. coccineus

Echinocereus coccineus ENGELMANN subsp. coccineus
WISLIZENUS. – Mem. Tour North. Mex.: 93 (1848)

Echinocereus coccineus, n. sp. globoso ovatus, 9-11 costatus, costis tuberculosis subinterruptis; areolis ovatis junioribus albo-tomentosis; aculeis radialibus 9-10 albidis, rectis, oblique porrectis, superioribus brevioribus; centralibus 1-3 longioribus albidis s. corneis; floribus lateralibus; tubo pulvillis 18-25 albo-tomentosis, setas tenues albidas 8-11 gerentibus stipato; sepalis interioribus 8-10 oblongo linearibus obtusis; petalis 10-12 obovatis obtusis; staminibus brevioribus; stigmatibus 6-8 virescentibus.
With the foregoing, also about Santa Fe.—Only 1.5 to 2 inches high, 1.25 to 1.5 inch in diameter; like most other species of this genus, either single or generally branching from the base and cespitose, sometimes forming clusters of‘ 10 to 15 heads. Spines terete all more or less erect, none appressed as in many other species; radiating ones 3 to 6, central ones 8 to 10 lines long. Flowers 1.5 to 1.75 inch long, and 1 to 1.5 wide when fully expanded ; bristles of tube 3 to 6 lines long; petals deep crimson 4 to 5 lines wide; filaments red, anthers red or yellow. The flowers resemble
much those of the last species, but the plant is very different.

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Echinocereus triglochidiatus ENGELMANN subsp. triglochidiatus

Echinocereus triglochidiatus ENGELMANN subsp. triglochidiatus
WISLIZENUS. – Mem. Tour North. Mex.: 93 (1848)

Echinocereus triglochidiatus, n. sp. ovato-cylindricus, 6-7 costatus, costis undulatis, acutis; areolis sparsis, orbicularis, junioribus albo-lanatis; aculeis 3-6, plerumque 3, rectis compressis angulatis, cinereis, sub-deflexis; noribus lateralibus, tubo pulvillis 15-20 albo-tomentosis setas spinosas apice fuscas 2-5 gerentibus stipato; sepalis interioribus sub-12 oblongolinearibus obtusis; petalis 12-15 obovatis obtusis; staminibus petala subaequantibus; stigmatibus 8-10 virescentibus.
On Wolf creek, in pine woods, flowers in June; Santa Fe (Fendler) 4 to 6 inches high, 2 to 2.5 in diameter; spines in young specimens 4 to 6, in older ones generally 3, two lateral ones 8 to 14 lines long, one bent down only 6 to 8 lines long. Flowers 2 to 2.5 inches long, 2 inches in diameter; setose spines of tube 3 to 6 or T lines long; petals deep crimson, 6 to 7 lines wide; filaments and anthers red. In specimens from Santa Fe, collected by Mr. Fendler, the flowers are near 3 inches long, the petals 8 to 9 lines wide, and the setae on the tube are spinous, with brownish points.

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Echinocereus viridiflorus ENGELMANN subsp. viridiflorus

Echinocereus viridiflorus ENGELMANN subsp. viridiflorus
WISLIZENUS. – Mem. Tour North. Mex.: 91 (1848)

Echinocereus viridiflorus, n. sp. ovato-globusus, humilis, sub-13-costatus; areolis lanceolatis, approximatis, junioribus villosis; aculeis 16-1S rectis, radiantibus, lateralibus iongioribus fuscis, reliquis albidis, centrali nullo s. elongato robusto, apice fusco; floribus lateralibus; tubo pulvillis 25-30 albo-tomentosis setas albas 5-10 gerentibus stipato; sepalis interioribus lineari-oblongis sub-10; petalis 12-15 lineari-oblongis, obtusis; baccis ellipticis virescentibus, seminibus parvis tuberculatis.
Prairies on Wolf creek, flowers in June; Santa Fe, flowers in May, (Fendler.) Body 1 to 1.5 inch high, oval; spines 1 or 1.5 to 3 lines long; central spine when present 6 to 7 lines long; flower 1 inch long and wide, outside green brown, inside yellowish green; petals only 2 lines wide, being about 5 lines long.

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