Rebuta pseudodemnuta Backeberg 1933

red-gold crown cactus, scarlet crown cactus Aylostera pseudodeminuta (Backeberg) Backeberg 1935 ?Rebutía kupperiana Boedeker 1932, ?Aylostera kupperiana

(Boedeker) Backeberg 1935 Rebutía buininglana Rausch 1972 Rebutía albiareolata F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía minutissima F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía nogalesensis F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía robustlspina F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía sanguinea F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía nitida F. Ritter 1978 Rebutía wahliana Rausch 1985

Plants solitary, deep green, globose to short cylindrical, to 10 cm (3.9 in) high, 7-9 cm (2.8-3.5 in) in diameter. Ribs about 20, forming distinct tubercles. Areoles brown. Central spines 2-3, yellowish, becoming brown tipped, to 15 mm (0.6 in) long. Radial spines about 10, whitish, glassy, 5-7 mm (0.20.3 in) long. Flowers carmine, 2-4 cm (0.8-1.6 in) in diameter. Distribution: northern Argentina.

Rebutía pulvínosa F. Ritter 8c Burning 1963 Aylostera pulvinosa (F. Ritter & Buining) Backeberg 1963

Plants frequently forming clusters. Stems globose, to 3 cm (1.2 in) in diameter. Ribs forming distinct tubercles. Areoles round. Central spines as many as 6, stout, brownish. Radial spines 15-22, white, to 3 mm long. Flowers orange-yellow, to 2 cm (0.8 in) long and 1.5 cm (0.6 in) in diameter. Fruits greenish red, short. Distribution: Tarija, Bolivia.

Rebutía pygmaea (R. E. Fries) Britton 8c Rose 1922 Echinopsispygmaea R. E. Fries 1905, Lobiviapygmaea (R. E. Fries) Backeberg 1935, Mediolobivia pygmaea (R. E. Fries) Krainz 1947 Rebutía haagei Fric & Schelle 1930, Lobivia haagei (Fric & Schelle) Wessner 1938, Digitorebutia haagei (Fric & Schelle) Fric ex Buining

Rebutía padcayensis

608 Rebutía pygmaea

1940, Mediolobivia haagei (Fr\c & Schelle) Backeberg ex Krainz 1947, Acantholobivia haagei (Fríe & Schelle) Y. Itö 1957 ?Lobivia atrovirens Backeberg 1935, ? Digitorebutia atrovirens (Backeberg) Buining 1940, ?Medioiobivia atrovirens (Backeberg) Backeberg 1947, ?Rebutía atrovirens (Backeberg) Sida 1996 Lobivia neohaageana Backeberg 1935 Lobivia orurensis Backeberg 1935, Digitorebutia orurensis (Backeberg) Buining 1940, Mediolobivia orurensis (Backeberg) Backeberg 1942, Rebutía orurensis (Backeberg) F. Ritter 1980 Lobivia pectinata Backeberg 1935, Digitorebutia pectinata (Backeberg) Buining 1940, Mediolobivia pectinata (Backeberg) Backeberg ex Krainz 1947

Mediolobivia haefneriana Cullmann 1955, Rebutía haefneriana (Cull-

mann) Sida 1997 Rebutía eos Rausch 1972 Rebutía diersiana Rausch 1975 Rebutía canacruzensis Rausch 1976 Rebutía friedrichiana Rausch 1976 Rebutía mudanensis Rausch 1976 Rebutía colorea F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía gracilispina F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía iridescens F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía iscayachensis Rausch 1977 Rebutía lanosiflora F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía mixta F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía mixticolor F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía odontopetala F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía pallida Rausch 1977 Rebutía pauciareolata F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía paucicostata F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía rosalbiflora F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía rutíliflora F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía salpingantha F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía torquata F. Ritter & Buining 1977 Rebutía tropaeolipicta F. Ritter 1977 Rebutía violascens F. Ritter 1977

Digitorebutia nazarenoensis Rausch 1979, Rebutía nazarenoensis

(Rausch) Fearn & Pearcy 1981 Rebutía yuquinensis Rausch 1980 Rebutía villazonensis F. H. Brandt 1983

?Lobivia atrovirens var. pseudoritteri Rausch 1987, Rebutía pseudorit-

terí (Rausch) Sida 1997 ?Lobivia atrovirens var. yuncharasensis Rausch 1987, Rebutía yuncha-

rasensis (Rausch) Sida 1997 Lobivia haagei var. crassa Rausch 1987, Rebutía crassa (Rausch) Sida 1997

Lobivia haagei var. elegantula Rausch 1987, Rebutía elegantula

(Rausch) Sida 1997 Lobivia haagei var. pelzlíana Rausch 1987, Rebutía pelzliana (Rausch) Sida 1997

Lobivia pygmaea var. knizei Rausch 1987, Rebutía knizei (Rausch) Sida 1997

Lobivia pygmaea var. polypetala Rausch 1987, Rebutía polypetala (Rausch) Sida 1997

Lobivia pygmaea var. violaceostaminea Rausch 1987, Rebutía vio-laceostaminea (Rausch) Sida 1997

Plants solitary. Stems globose to flattened globose, gray-green, 2-4 cm (0.8-1.6 in) high and in diameter. Ribs 9-15, forming tubercles. Areoles round. Spines whitish with black tips, awl shaped to needle-like, straight. Central spine one, sometimes absent. Radial spines 3-6,1-3 cm (0.4-1.2 in) long. Flowers borne near the stem tips, colors variable, yellow to golden yellow to orange to orange-red, 1.6-2.7 cm (0.6-1.1 in) long. Fruits globose, greenish. Distribution: Bolivia and Argentina. Rebutid pygmaea is a widespread, extremely variable species that has received numerous unnecessary names.

Rebutía ritteri (Wessner) Buining & Donald 1963 Lobivia ritteri Wessner 1938, Digitorebutia ritteri (Wessner) Buining

1940, Mediolobivia ritteri (Wessner) Krainz 1947 Rebutía raulii Rausch 1980

Plants forming clusters. Stems globose to short cylindrical, gray-green, to 5 cm (2 in) high and 3.5 cm (1.4 in) in diameter. Ribs as many as 15, forming distinct tubercles. Spines 810, erect, needle-like, whitish gray with dark tips and bases, to 1 cm (0.4 in) long. Flowers flame colored to crimson, throats reddish violet, to 4 cm (1.6 in) long and 4.5 cm (1.8 in) in diameter. Fruits brownish to olive green. Distribution: Bolivia.

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