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Escobaria missouriensis

Escobaria missouriensis (*)

Cladus: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Magnoliophyta
Classis: Magnoliopsida
Ordo: Caryophyllales
Familia: Cactaceae
Subfamilia: Cactoideae
Tribus: Cacteae
Genus: Escobaria
Species: Escobaria missouriensis

Name

Escobaria missouriensis (Sweet) D.R.Hunt

Varnacular Names

English : Missouri Foxtail Cactus

Escobaria missouriensis is a species of low-growing cacti that can predominantly be found along the Missouri River, United States and west of it, and also in the northwestern regions of New Mexico, U.S..

Synonyms

* Cactus missourensis, Cactus notesteinii, Cactus similis
* Coryphantha marstonii, Coryphantha missouriensis var. caespitosa, Coryphantha missouriensis var. marstonii, Coryphantha similis, Coryphantha wissmannii
* Escobaria missouriensis var. caespitosa, Escobaria missouriensis var. marstonii, Escobaria missouriensis var. similis
* Mammillaria missouriensis, Mammillaria missouriensis var. caespitosa, Mammillaria missouriensis var. similis, Mammillaria notesteinii, Mammillaria nuttallii var. caespitosa, Mammillaria similis, Mammillaria similis var. caespitosa, Mammillaria wissmannii
* Neobesseya missouriensis, Neobesseya notesteinii, Neobesseya roseiflora, Neobesseya similis, Neobesseya wissmannii,


Common names

* Ball cactus, cream cactus, Missouri foxtail cactus, Missouri pincushion

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