Mammillaria perezdelarosae ssp. andersoniana (Arizona fishhook cactus)

Mammillaria perezdelarosae ssp. andersoniana - Arizona fishhook cactus  - It is a marvellous tiny cactus distinguishable from the standard species for its smaller size, slower growth and straight central spines (not hooked). Radial spines: 50-63 about 4 mm long, symmetrically arranged, pectinate, aciculate, white to hyaline. Central spines: One straight, ascending, dark brown or black (red-brown when young) with brownish to yellowish base.Flowers: Funnelform, 6 mm long and 8 mm wide, shiny, pale yellowish (not pink) with pale brownish midstripe. Family : Cactaceae

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Mammillaria perezdelarosae ssp. andersoniana (Arizona fishhook cactus) 1

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