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Ascension - Stefano Ferrians De-Noize - Lophophora (CD)

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  • Lophophora seeds are an interesting group of cactus seeds, Besides species like lophophora williamsii (Peyote), L. diffusa, l. fricii and L. koehresii there are many different kinds of seeds from different habitats. Very nice and very sought after by collectors. lophophora is not too difficult to germinate from seeds.
  • Lophophora is a genus of spineless, button-like cacti native to Texas from Presidio county (Big Bend National Park) south right along the Rio Grande river to Starr County, Texas. Its range continues south through Northeast and north central Mexico to Querétaro in central Mexico. [citation needed] The species are extremely slow growing, sometimes taking up to thirty years .
  • I. Astrophytum and Lophophora – so similar, yet so different Astrophytum asterias (star cactus) is a small, spineless cactus. Each plant usually has a single low, dome-shaped stem that becomes flat or depressed during dry conditions. In the wild, star cactus grows to .
  • Lophophora Fricii is a rare globular cactus that was first collected in It grows around Viesca in Coahuila, Mexico and may possibly be referred to as lophophora sp. var Viesca. Lophophora fricii is often classified as an independent species, although some see it as a subspecies of l. diffusa.
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  • Kleine Lophophora Sammlung Show more. This item has been hidden. Uploads Play all. Hoverfly visiting a flowering Escobaria vivipara (Alberta, Canada) cactus - Duration: 49 seconds.
  • Save lophophora williamsii cactus seeds to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. + 7 S 0 P O N S O A R P A 7 E E D U J-1 0 F J Price. Under $ - apply Price filter. $ to $ - apply Price filter. Over $ - apply Price filter. New Listing Cactus seeds 12× Lophophora Williamsii seeds. $
  • Lophophora williamsii var. pluricostata Croizat: Ribs always numerous. Lophophora williamsii var. texana Frič ex Kreuz.: (or texensis) is the phenotype from the Texas area (USA), this local form has very grey pruinose stems with numerous flat ribs (up to 14 in adult specimens).

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