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any cactus of the genus Mammillaria

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Efecto del tiempo de almacenamiento en la germinacion de semillas de Mammillaria heyderi Muchl.
Light effect on seed germination of four Mammillaria species from the Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Valley, central Mexico.
Efecto del tiempo de almacenamiento en la germinacioi n de semillas de Mammillaria heyderi Muchl.
5% Myrtillocactus geometrizans, 500 and 2,000 ppm of Mammillaria ritteriana gibberellic acid Arequipa erectocylindrica, 500 and 1,000 ppm of Eulychnia longispina, gibberellic acid Eulychnia castanea Cereus Soaking seeds for 30 min in 100-200 ppm of gibberellic acid Cereus griseus 0.
thurberi, as well as globose cacti such as Mammillaria crucigera, are associated with particular soil types (Meyran, 1980; Valiente-Banuet et al.
Also, Ortega-Baes (2001) found viable seeds of Escontria chiotilla of unknown age (at least 12 months old) buried in the soil, and field experiments with Mammillaria magnimamma showed that its seeds may remain viable in the soil for more than a year (Valverde et al.
For instance, seedlings of Mammillaria gaumeri associated with nurse plants showed a constant mortality rate through time (i.
He subdivided his Cereoideae (= Cactoideae) into three tribes: Echinocacteae, containing columnar and globular genera, such as Cephalocereus, Cereus, Echinocactus, Echinocereus, Echinopsis, Epiphyllum, Leuchtenbergia, Melocactus, Phyllocactus, and Pilocereus; Mammillarieae, currently Cacteae, with the genera Mammillaria and Pelecyphora; and Rhipsalideae, which grouped Hariota, Pfeiffera, and Rhipsalis.
The few taxonomic revisions of cacti that have been published in the last two decades include Zimmerman (1985) on Coryphantha, Taylor (1985) On Echinocereus and Taylor (1991) on Melocactus, Anderson (1987) on Thelocactus, Taylor and Zappi (1989) on tribe Cereeae, Kimnach (1993) on Disocactus, Leuenberger (1993) on Denmoza, Kattermann (1994) on Eriosyce, Zappi (1994) on Pilosocere us, Barthlott and Taylor (1995) on Rhipsalis, Luthy (1995) on Mammillaria, Lindsay (1996) on Ferocactus, and Nyffeler (1998) on Uebelmannia.
fitchii, Ferocactus setispinus, Lophophora williamsii, Mammillaria heyderi, Mammillaria sphaerica, O.
Opuntia phaeacantha, Echinocereus caespitosus, Yucca rupicola, Dasylirion texanum and Mammillaria vivipara were considered succulents.
Taxon Cedar Glades Woodlands Opuntia phaeacantha 100% 57% Juniperus ashei 86% 100% Diospryros texana 71% 100% Acacia roemeriana 57% 100% Rhus virens 57% 71% Echinocerous caespitosus 43% - Quercus fusiformis 43% 100% Sophora secundiflora 43% 100% Yucca ripicola 43% 43% Dasylirion texanum 29% 14% Eysenhardtia texana 29% 14% Mammillaria vivipara 14% - Berberis trifoliolata - 100% Bumelia lanuginosa - 57% Foresteria reticulata - 29% Celtis laevigata - 29% Quercus stellata - 29% Ulmus crassifolia - 14% Cercis canadensis - 14% Ungnadia speciosa - 14% Table 2.
Thursday, June 13 British Cactus and Succulent Society, Northumbria branch, demonstration, My World of Mammillarias, by Dr Tony Roberts, St Aidan''s Community Centre, Brunton Park, 7.