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Echinofossulocactus continued

Ferocactus corniger and F. latispinus are synonyms although the wide variety of features in the same species makes it possible to lind plants with certain superficial dissimilarities. The very broad flat central spines with their prominent red colouring have earned this plant the name of devil's tongue. In habit it is globular and solitary attaining a height of about a foot (30cm) in cultivation although imported specimens may be considerably larger. The plant bodies themselves are greyish to olive green in colour and are surrounded by eight or so ribs when young and more, up to twenty in number, as the plant grows older. The ribs themselves are quite prominent and there are deep folds between them with the edges ending in a sharp ridge. The areoles are deeply recessed into notches at intervals of about an inch (2-5 cm) down the sides of the ribs and. in addition to a small amount of brownish felting which turns grey with

Echinocactus horizonthalonius Lemaire 1839

Blue barrel cactus, devil's-head cactus, eagle-claw cactus, mancacaball0, mancamula, melon cactus, nichol's turk's-head cactus, turk's-cap cactus, turk's-head cactus, viznaga meloncillo Echinocactus horizonthalonius var. nicholii L. D. Benson 1969, Meyerocactus horizonthalonius subsp. nicholii (1. D. Benson) Doweld 1999

Sclerocactus parviflorus Clover Jotter 1941

Sclerocactus Parviflorus

BLESSING DEVIL'S-CLAW CACTUS, DEVIL'S-CLAW CACTUS, EAGLE-CLAW CACTUS Echinocactus parviflorus (Clover & Jotter) L. D. Benson 1950, Ferocac-tus parviflorus (Clover & Jotter) N. P. Taylor 1979, Pediocactus parviflorus (Clover & Jotter) Halda 1998 Sclerocactus havasupaiensis Clover 1942, S. parviflorus subsp. havasupaiensis (Clover) Hochstatter 1995, Pediocactus parviflorus subsp. havasupaiensis (Clover) Halda 1998 Sclerocactus intermedius Peebles 1949, S. parviflorus subsp. intermedins (Peebles) K. D. Heil & J. M. Porter 1994, Pediocactus parviflorus subsp. intermedius (Peebles) Halda 1998 Sclerocactus contortus K. D. Heil 1979 Sclerocactus terrae-canyonae K. D. Heil 1979, S. parviflorus subsp. terrae-canyonae (K. D. Heil) K. D. Heil &J. M. Porter 1994, Pediocactus parviflorus subsp. terrae-canyonae (K. D. Heil) Halda 1998 Sclerocactus cloverae K. D. Hell & J. M. Porter 1994, Pediocactus Sclerocactus polyancistrus (Engelmann & Bigelow) Britton & Rose 1922 HERMIT CACTUS, MANY-HOOKED...

Stenocereus

Stenocereus Laevigatus Flower

Stenocereus contains some of the most interesting columnar cacti, ranging from the spectacular organ pipe cactus, S. thur-beri, to the remarkable creeping devil, S. eruca. A distinguishing feature of Stenocereus is that the spines dehisce from the fruits. Strangely, many of the larger columnar cacti have been poorly studied, and published illustrations of them are few despite the fact that they are among the most prominent cacti. casa de ratas, caterpillar cactus, cherinole, chirinole, creeping devil cactus

San Pedro Cactus

Just as for peyote in Mexico, the Spanish went to considerable efforts to eradicate the use of the San Pedro cactus because it was believed to be a form of devil worship, but the practice continued among the mestizo culture of Peru despite the church's prohibitions. The cult slowly became a syncretic blend of Roman Catholic and pre-Hispanic elements, which explains the name, San Pedro cactus. Many Christians believe that St. Peter holds the keys to heaven the effects of the cactus indicated to the mestizo people of Peru that it was the key for them to reach heaven while still on earth. Other vernacular names for Echi-nopsis pachanoi are huachuma in the northern Andes, achuma in Bolivia, and aguacolla and gigant n in Ecuador (Schultes and Hofmann 1979, 154-155). Ritual complexes involving a curandero or shaman have evolved in which the cactus is seen as having spirits who communicate with and carry out the leader's directions. The San Pedro cactus activates an inner power of the...

Machaerocereus

Monvillea Species

Machaerocereus eruca, the creeping devil cactus, is an extremely impressive prostrate sprawling cactus whose stems bend over, root into the ground and then grow up again into the air. Because of this sprawling habit and because it is at any rate none loo common in cultivation il has not been illustrated here. The name is derived from the Greek for a dagger and is a particularly apt reference to the shape of the spines, which are very sharp. When cultivated it tends to be grown upright but it is able to pass over or round obstacles in its natural state where, because the base of the plant dies off with age and fresh roots are formed where the branches touch the soil, it gives the appearance of walking like a huge caterpillar across the desert. For the amaleur who wishes to have a representalive of this remarkable genus I recommend M.gummosus which does not sprawl around quite so much and whose initial stems are at least erect. It usually has eight ribs which are low and somewhat...

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