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Echinocereus engelmannii, USA, Arizona, Pima County

Echinocereus engelmannii, USA, Arizona, Pima County

Echinocereus engelmannii (PARRY ex ENGELMANN) LEMAIRE Les Cactées: 56 (1868) Locus typus USA, California, San Diego County, Berge um San Felipe, 1849/1859 Synonyme Cereus engelmannii Cereus engelmannii var. chrysocentrus Cereus engelmannii var. variegatus Cereus munzii Echinocereus engelmannii var. acicularis Echinocereus engelmannii var. armatus Echinocereus engelmannii var. albispinus Echinocereus engelmannii var. caespitosus Echinocereus engelmannii var. chrysocentrus Echinocereus engelmannii var. fulvispinus Echinocereus engelmannii var. howei Echinocereus engelmannii var. pfersdorffii Echinocereus engelmannii var. purpureus Echinocereus engelmannii var. munzii Echinocereus engelmannii var. robustior Echinocereus engelmannii var. versicolor Echinocereus munzii Etymologie Echinocereus = Igelsäulenkaktus engelmannii = benannt nach George Engelmann Vorgestellter Standort USA, Arizona, Pima County in 650 bis 700 m Höhe in steinigem Gelände. pH Wert: 5,0. Blütezeit am Standort: Anfang April, Blütezeit in Kultur: April.   Begleitvegetation Agave spec., Carnegia gigantea, Cerus schottii, Cereus thurberi, Cylindropuntia spec., Cylindropuntia acanthocarpa, Cylindropuntia bigelovii, Echinocereus nicholii, Enelia farinosa, Ferocactus emoryi, Foquieria splendens, Mammillaria grahamii, Opuntia spec. Feldnummern AL021, Andreas Laras DFM0057, Dieter Felix DFM0059, Dieter Felix DFM0287, Dieter Felix DFM0748, Dieter Felix IDD1451, Igor Drab Herbarbelege Privatherbarium Martina & Andreas Ohr …

Echinocereus bonkerae, USA, Arizona, Gila County

Echinocereus bonkerae, USA, Arizona, Gila County

Echinocereus bonkerae J.J. THORNBER & F. BONKER The Fantastic Clan: 71 – 73, 85 (1932) Locus typus USA, Arizona, Pinal County, Sta. Catalina Mts., südliches Oracle Synonyme Echinocereus fendleri var. bonkerae Echinocereus boyce-thompsonii var. bonkerae Echinocereus fasciculatus var. bonkerae Echinocereus fasciculatus subsp. bonkerae Etymologie Echinocereus = Igelsäulenkaktus bonkerae = benannt nach Frances Bonker Originaltext der Erstbeschreibung (Auszug) It differs from all other species of its kind in that all the spines are very short, and its fruit is sweet and more nearly the size of a strawberry than any of the others; also the spines do not suggest the Hedgehog Cactus, so that the common name of Short Spined Strawberry Cactus Is given to Bonkerae, as more nearly resembling a strawberry in its fruit than any other of the Strawberry Cactus clan. The juicy, luscious berries, less than an inch long, are delicious as jam or served cold with cream; they are always the first to appear in the spring. Often but two inches tall, sometimes reaching six or eight inches, this little Strawberry Cactus …

Echinocereus yavapaiensis, USA, Arizona, Yavapai County

Echinocereus yavapaiensis, USA, Arizona, Yavapai County

Echinocereus yavapaiensis M.A. BAKER Baker, M. A..- Pl. Syst. Evol. 258: 63 – 83 (2006) Holotypus USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Battle Flat Quadrangle, Muldoon Gulch, 7 km NNE of Crown King, 5. April 2000, MAB & DL 13723 [ASU 238488, Barcode 8818471] Synonyme Keine Etymologie Echinocereus = Igelsäulenkaktus yavapaiensis = benannt nach Herkunft im Yavapai County Originaltext der Erstbeschreibung (Auszug) Stems generally uniformly cespitose, to 48 cm long, mostly less than 30 cm; thick, averaging nearly 7 cm in diameter, number of ribs 10–14, mostly 12; distance between adjacent areoles on the same rib mostly less than 10 mm; number of radial spines ca. 9, ca. 2 cm long; number of central spines 1–3 (4), to 6 cm long, mostly less than 3 cm, thin, ca. 0.55 mm dia.; flowers dimorphic with a single form per plant; pollen-fertile flowers averaging 54 mm long and 38 mm wide, length from base of pericarpel to upper areole 42 mm, style averaging 33 mm long, stamens averaging 30 mm long; pollen-sterile flowers smaller, averaging 49 mm in length …

Echinocereus bonkerae subsp. apachensis, USA, Arizona, Maricopa County, Apache Trail

Echinocereus bonkerae subsp. apachensis, USA, Arizona, Maricopa County, Apache Trail

Echinocereus bonkerae J. J. THORNBER & F. BONKER subsp. apachensis (W. BLUM & J. RUTOW) A. ZIMMERMAN Baker et al.: – Chromosome numbers of some cacti of the Western North America. – Haseltonia 15 (VII): 120 (2009) Holotypus USA, Arizona, Maricopa County, Apache Trail, near Fish Creek, Mc Kelvey 735, 18. February 1929 [US 1532949] Synonyme Echinocereus apachensis Echinocereus boyce-thompsonii Etymologie Echinocereus = Igelsäulenkaktus apachensis = benannt nach Vorkommen am Apache Trail Originaltext der Umkombination (2009) im Auszug The diploid chromosome number indicates that the well-known Fish Creek phenotype of Echinocereus is not part of the widespread tetraploid E. engelmannii. Echinocereus bonkerae ssp apachensis differs from typical E. bonkerae in spininess (mostly its spectacularly greater central spine length). Intermediate spine forms (highly variable) are seen in the Sierra Ancha (including one of the chromosome vouchers cited herein), the Mazatzal Mountains, and in the mountains between Globe and Superior. Subspecies apachensis is relatively xeromorphic (tall, seriously spiny plants at the lower altitudinal limits of the species). Nominate subspecies bonkerae grows as compact clumps of shorter stems …

Echinocereus arizonicus, USA, Arizona, Pinal / Gila County

Echinocereus arizonicus, USA, Arizona, Pinal / Gila County

Echinocereus arizonicus J.N. ROSE ex C.R. ORCUTT Cactography: 3(1926) Locus typicus USA, Arizona, Superior-Miami Highway, naha der Grenze zwischen Pinal und Gila County, 4700 ft, Juli 1922, C.R. Orcutt Synonyme Echinocereus coccineus var. arizonicus Echinocereus triglochidiatus var. arizonicus Etymologie Echinocereus = Igelsäulenkaktus arizonicus = in Arizona vorkommend Originaltext der Erstbeschreibung On Superior-Miami Highway, near boundary monument between Pinal and Gila Counties Arizona, at 4700 feet elevation, first seen in July 1922. Cespitose, few to many heads from one root, heads unequal in height; ribs deeply divided or tuberculate; areoles nearly circular or oblong, white, woolly, radials 10, unequal, white, centrals 1-4, stout, purlish, the upper one short, the lower one 25 mm long, slightly angular at base. This belongs to the triglochidiatus group, with crimson (not scarlet) flowers. Morphologische Merkmale (eigene Untersuchungen) Pflanzenkörper zylindrisch, gruppenbildend, Gruppen bis 1,5m Durchmesser, Triebhöhe bis 50 cm, Triebdurchmesser bis 14 cm. Epidermis grün. Rippenzahl 8-12. Wurzeln faserig verzweigt. Areolen oval. Randdornen 8 bis 12. Mitteldornen 1-4. Blüte kelchförmig, rot bis dunkelrot, bis 8 cm lang, bis 6 cm im …