Cumulopuntia boliviana is a cactus that forms large mounds of stem segments densely armed with golden-brown spines. It spreads up to 3.3…
Cumulopuntia is one of the earlier groups to be recognized as distinct from the genus Opuntia. The species are found often at high elevation in south-central South America. The taxon name comes from Latin "cumulo" which means "pile or heap", referring to the mounds formed by the stems.
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