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Copiapoa is a genus of flowering plants in the cactus family, Cactaceae, from the dry coastal deserts, particularly the Atacama Desert, of northern Chile. It comprises 32 morphologically defined species and 5 heterotypic subspecies. It is named after the town of Copiapo, in Chile.

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Copiapoa esmeraldana

Copiapoa esmeraldana is a low-growing cactus with green, soft, succulent stem, up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) tall, with tip covered with white…

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Copiapoa dealbata

Copiapoa dealbata is a cespitose, grayish-white, globular cactus, forming with time imposing mounds up to 3.3 feet (1 m) tall and more than…

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Copiapoa humilis

Copiapoa humilis is a very small, low growing cactus, usually clumping at the base, but sometimes solitary. The stem is pale olive-green…