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Echinopsis formosa (Pfeiffer) Jacobi 1850

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Lobivia oreopepon Spegazzini 1925
Echinocactus formosa Pfeiffer 1837
Lobivia formosa (Pfeiffer) Dodds 1937
Soehrensia formosa (Pfeiffer) Backeberg 1959
Soehrensia oreopepon (Spegazzini) Backeberg 1959
Soehrensia uebelmanniana Backeberg & Lembcke 1959
Trichocereus randallii Cardenas 1963
Helianthocereus randallii (Cardenas) Backeberg 1966
Echinopsis randallii (Cardenas) H. Friedrich & G. D. Rowley 1974
Lobivia kieslingii Rausch 1977
Lobivia rosarioana Rausch 1979
Trichocereus formosus (Pfeiffer) F. Ritter 1980
Trichocereus uebelmannianus (Backeberg & Lembcke) F. Ritter 1980
Echinopsis uebelmanniana (Backeberg & Lembcke) A. E. Hoffmann 1989

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Edward F. Anderson "THE CACTUS FAMILY" - 2001
Plants solitary at first, later branching basally to form wide colonies.
Stems globose to cylindrical, pale or blue-green, to 1.5 m (4.9 ft) high, 25-50 cm (9.8-20 in) in diameter.
Ribs 27-50, rounded, distinctly notched and tuberculate.
Areoles dark, to 1 cm (0.4 in) apart.
Spines needle-like, yellowish to reddish brown.
Central spines 2-9, 3-20 cm (1.2-7.9 in) long.
Radial spines 9-15, spreading, straight or slightly curved, to 3 cm (1.2 in) long.
Flowers borne near the stem tips, open during the day, red to orange-red to yellow, 6-9 cm (2.4-3.5 in) long and in diameter.
Fruits broadly globose, green, to 3.5 cm (1.4 in) long and 4 cm (1.6 in) in diameter.
Distribution: widespread, western Argentina in the Andes into Chile.



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