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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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FLORA OF NEW MEXICO
Elmer Ottis Wooton (1915)
(Botany)

Echinocereus triglochidiatus engelm. in wisliz. mem. north. mex. 93. 1848. cereus triglochidiatus engelm. in a. gray, mem. amer. acad. n. ser. 4: 50. 1849. type locality: on wolf creek, new mexico. type collected by wislizenus in 1846.


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TROPICA
Alfred Byrd Graf (1992)
(Nature)

zander 1984 lists oreocereus celsianus var. hendriksenianus. 257 chamaecereus sylvestri, as in hortus 3, is spelled silvestri in backeberg 'kakteen ' and zander 1984. 257, 259 Echinocereus dasyacanthus (hortus 2 and backeberg lexikon) ...


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CYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN HORTICULTURE, COMPRISING SUGGESTIONS FOR CULTIVATION OF HORTICULTURAL PLANTS, DESCRIPTIONS OF THE SPECIES OF FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FLOWERS AND ORNAMENTAL PLANTS SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA, TOGETHER WITH GEOGRAPHICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
Liberty Hyde Bailey (1909)
(Gardening)

var. triglochidiatus, k. sch. (Echinocereus triglochi- didtus, engelm. cereus triglochidiatus, engelm.). radial spines usually 3, sometimes as many as 6. strong, angled, base bulbose, straight or curved, about 1 in. long, soon ash-gray. tex. and ...


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EVOLUTION OF DIOECY IN ECHINOCEREUS COCCINEUS: RELATIVE INFLUENCE OF POLLINATORS, RESOURCES AND ELEVATION OVER MULTIPLE SPATIAL SCALES
Summer Ann Scobell (2008)
ISBN: 0549547355




hummingbirds may also maintain high levels of gene flow among e. coccineus populations: populations blooming synchronously with the hummingbird migration had lower fst values (i.e. less genetic divergence) than asynchronously blooming ...


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CONGRESSIONAL EDITION
United States. Congress (1845)
(Political Science)

Echinocereus is principally distinguished from cereus proper by its low growth; its short, more or less oval stems, which are frequently branching at base, and thereby cespitose; by the diurnal flowers, with short tubes; by the nearly straight ...


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TYPE LOCALITIES OF PLANTS FIRST DESCRIBED FROM NEW MEXICO
Paul Carpenter Standley (1910)
(Botany)

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CACTI IN NEW MEXICO
Elmer Ottis Wooton (1911)
(Cactus)

Plants > Succulents > Echinocereus

SUCCESS WITH FLOWERS, A FLORAL MAGAZINE
(Floriculture)

the rainbow cactus (Echinocereus candican9). the third division of the cactus family is known as the Echinocereus. under this grouping are the soft spongy cacti. in general appearance, and particularly in the regularity and ...


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AN ILLUSTRATED FLORA OF THE NORTHERN UNITED STATES AND CANADA AND THE BRITISH POSSESSIONS: PORTULACACEAE TO MENYANTHACEAE (PORTULACA TO BUCKBEAN) (1897)
Nathaniel Lord Britton (1897)
(Botany)

Echinocereus. flowers borne close to areolae, from which the spines subsequently develop. 2. echinocac/us. flowers borne between the tubercles, distant from the areolae. 3. carl/us. plants jointed, the joints flattened, or cylindric; leaves ...


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NORTH AMERICAN FAUNA
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (1913)
(Botany)

echinocactus horizonthalonius, little devil's-head. Echinocereus chloranthus, green-flowered petaya. Echinocereus dasyacanthus, yellow-flowered petaya. Echinocereus stramineus, purple-flowered petaya. Echinocereus neomexicanus  ...


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