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Echinopsis huascha (F.A.C.Weber1893)H.Friedrich & G.D.Rowley1974

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Cereus huascha F. A. C. Weber 1893
Cereus andalgalensis F. A. C. Weber 1897
Trichocereus huascha (F. A. C. Weber) Britton & Rose 1920
Lobivia andalgalensis (F. A. C. Weber) Britton & Rose 1922
Lobivia grandiflora Britton & Rose 1922
Lobivia hyalacantha Spegazzini 1925
Chamaecereus grandiflorus (Britton & Rose) Fric 1931
Echinopsis lobivioides Backeberg 1934
Lobivia huascha (F. A. C. Weber) W. T. Marshall 1938
Tnchocereus andalgalensis (F. A. C. Weber) Hosseus 1939
Pseudolobivia lobivioides (Backeberg) Backeberg ex Krainz 1942
Helianthocereus huascha (F. A. C. Weber) Backeberg 1951
Helianthocereus andalgalensis (F. A. C. Weber) Backeberg 1951
Helianthocereus grandiflorus (Britton & Rose) Backeberg 1955
Helianthocereus pecheretianus Backeberg 1955
Helianthocereus hyalacanthus (Spegazzini) Backeberg 1959
Trichocereus grandiflorus Backeberg 1966
Echinopsis pecheretiana (Backeberg) H. Friedrich & G. D. Rowley 1974
Tnchocereus rowleyi H. Friedrich 1974
Echinopsis rowleyi (H. Friedrich) R. Kiesling 1978
Trichocereus lobivioides (Backeberg) R. Graser & F. Ritter 1980
Lobivia purpureominiata F. Ritter 1980
Trichocereus catamarcensis F. Ritter 1980

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Edward F. Anderson "THE CACTUS FAMILY" - 2001
Plants commonly branching basally, forming low clumps to 1 m (3.3 ft) high with several upright or decumbent stems.
Stems cylindrical, 4-5 cm (1.6-2 in) or more in diameter.
Ribs 14-17, low, rounded.
Areoles to 1 cm (0.4 in) apart.
Spines needle-like, yellowish to brownish.
Central spines 1-3, somewhat thicker than the radials, 2-7 cm (0.8-2.8 in) long.
Radial spines 9-11, to 1.5 cm (0.6 in) long.
Flowers variable, borne near the stem tips, open during the day, fun-nelform to bell shaped, red to yellow to orange, to 10 cm (3.9 in) long, 6-7 cm (2.4-2.8 in) in diameter; pericarpels and floral tubes with dense hairs.
Fruits globose to ovoid, yellowish green or reddish, to 3 cm (1.2 in) in diameter.
Distribution: northern Argentina.



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