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Genus ECHINOCEREUS

Echinocereus is a genus of ribbed, usually small to medium-sized cylindrical cacti, comprising about 70 species native to the southern United States and Mexico in very sunny rocky places. Usually the flowers are large and the fruit edible.The name comes from the Ancient Greek ἐχῖνος (echinos), meaning "hedgehog," and the Latin cereus meaning "candle." They are sometimes known as hedgehog cacti, a term also used for the Pediocactus and Echinopsis.

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Some ECHINOCEREUSs
E. ECHINOCEREUS ENGELMANNII | E. ECHINOCEREUS FITCHII | E. ECHINOCEREUS KNIPPELIANUS | E. ECHINOCEREUS PECTINATUS | E. ECHINOCEREUS PECTINATUS RUBROTINTUM | E. ECHINOCEREUS PENTALOPHUS | E. ECHINOCEREUS SCHEERI GENTRYI | E. ECHINOCEREUS STRAMINEUS | E. ECHINOCEREUS SUBINERMIS | E. ECHINOCEREUS SUBINERMIS OCHOTERENAE | E. ECHINOCEREUS VIERECKII MORRICALII | E. ECHINOCEREUS VIRIDIFLORUS |


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ECHINOCEREUS's Books

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ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS IN RIGHTS-OF-WAY MANAGEMENT 8TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
John W. Goodrich-Mahoney (2011-08-11)
(Science)
ISBN: 9780080557




shrubs less than 3 feet tall, other cacti (echinocactus spp.; Echinocereus spp.; ferocatus spp.) and agave (agave spp.) greater than 6 inches tall, and joshua trees (yucca brevifolia) less than 6 to 8 feet tall and with only a few branches were ...


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BIODIVERSIDAD DE OAXACA
Abisaí J. García-Mendoza (2004)
(Biodiversity)
ISBN: 9703220452




... de géneros de las tribus pachycereeae (acanthocereus, cep- halocertus, Echinocereus, escontria, myrtiüocactus, neo- buxbaumia, pachycereus, peniocereus, polaskia y stenoce- reus), hylocereeae {disocactus, epiphyuum, hylocereus, ...


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BIOSYSTEMATIC STUDIES IN THE ECHINOCEREUS VIRIDIFLORUS COMPLEX

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POLLINATION OF ECHINOCEREUS FASCICULATUS AND FEROCACTUS WISLIZENII
Verne Grant (1979)
(Cactus)

Plants > Succulents > Echinocereus

COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGIAL ECOLOGY OF THE GENUS ECHINOCEREUS (CACTACEAE) IN THE PINALENO MOUNTAINS, ARIZONA
Blaine Elroy Dinger (1971)

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LIFE ZONES AND CROP ZONES OF NEW MEXICO
Vernon Bailey (1913)
(Botany)

Echinocereus chloranthus, green-flowered petaya. Echinocereus dasyacanthus, yellow-flowered petaya. Echinocereus stramineus, purple-flowered petaya. Echinocereus neomexicanus, new mexico petaya. jatropha macrorhiza, spurge.


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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Smithsonian Institution (1909)
(Science)

the prettiest cactus flowers in the garden were those of species of Echinocereus, with crimson or purple perianths, yellow stamens, and green stigmas. these plants are called “ alicoches” in northern mexico, and their spiny edible fruits ...


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SUCCESS WITH FLOWERS, A FLORAL MAGAZINE
(Floriculture)

for those plants of Echinocereus dasycanthl's. a novel plant-stand. the lilies. out-of-door bulb culture. following are. no. cactus that are annually bedded out and need potting only for winter storage, nothing but ...


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THE PLANT WORLD
Plant World Association (1912)
(Botany)

a short-spined relative of Echinocereus fendleri inhabits the dykes, in which habitat is also found, as is usually the case, the rainbow cactus, Echinocereus dasyacanthus. even the sunset cactus, mamillaria grahami, is still present, and ...


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RECOVERY PLAN FOR THE KUENZLER HEDGEHOG CACTUS, ECHINOCEREUS FENDLERI ENGLEMANN VAR. KUENZLERI (CASTETTER, PIERCE ET SCHWERIN) L. BENSON
Reggie Fletcher (1985)
(Cactus)

Plants > Succulents > Echinocereus


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ADENIUM
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AEONIUM
AGAVE
ALOE
ALOINOPSIS
ANACAMPSEROS
APOROCACTUS
ASTROPHYTUM
AUSTROCEPHALOCEREUS
BROWNINGIA
CARALLUMA
CARNEGIEA
CEPHALOCEREUS
CEREUS
CHAMAECEREUS
CHAMAELOBIVIA
CHEIRIDOPSIS
CLEISTOCACTUS
COLEOCEPHALOCEREUS
COPIAPOA
CORYPHANTHA
COTYLEDON
CRASSULA
CYANOTIS
DELOSPERMA
DIOSCOREA
DOLICHOTHELE
DYCKIA
ECHEVERIA
ECHIDNOPSIS
ECHINOCACTUS
ECHINOCEREUS
ECHINOFOSSULOCACTUS
ECHINOMASTUS
ECHINOPSIS
ESPOSTOA
EUPHORBIA
FAUCARIA
FENESTRARIA
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FOCKEA
FRAILEA
FRITHIA
GASTERIA
GRAPTOPETALUM
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GREENOVIA
GYMNOCALYCIUM
HAAGEOCEREUS
HAMATOCACTUS
HATIORA
HAWORTHIA
HELIABRAVOA
HILDEWINTERA
HOYA
HUERNIA
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JOVIBARBA
KALANCHOE
LEMAIREOCEREUS
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LEUCHTEMBERGIA
LITHOPS
LOBIVIA
MAMMILLARIA
MARGINATOCEREUS
MARSHALLOCEREUS
MATUCANA
MELOCACTUS
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MONVILIEA
MYRTILLOCACTUS
NEOBUXBAUMIA
NEOCARDENASIA
NEOPORTERIA
NEORAIMONDIA
NOLINA
NOTOCACTUS
NYCTOCEREUS
OPUNTIA
OREOCEREUS
OROSTACHYS
OROYA
PACHYCEREUS
PACHYPHYTUM
PACHYPODIUM
PACHYVERIA
PARODIA
PEPEROMIA
PIARANTHUS
PILOSOCEREUS
PLEIOSPILOS
PLEPERONIA
POLASKIA
PORTULACARIA
REBUTIA
RHIPSALIS
RHOMBOPHYLLUM
ROSULARIA
SCHLUMBERGERA
SCILLA
SEDEVERIA
SEDUM
SEMPERVIVUM
SENECIO
SETIECHINOPSIS
SINOCRASSULA
SOEHRENSIA
SP
STAPELIA
STAPELIANTHUS
STEPHANOCEREUS
STETSONIA
TEPHROCACTUS
THELOCACTUS
THRIXANTHOCEREUS
TITANOPSIS
TRICHOCEREUS
TRICHODIADEMA
VATRICANIA
WEBERBAUEROCEREUS
WEGGINSIA
WEINGARTIA
YUCCA

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