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Mammillaria is one of the largest genus of Cactaceae family. Most of the species are native to Mexico, but some come from the southwest Uunited States, the Caribbean, Colombia, Venezuela, Guatemala and Honduras. The name derives from the Latin word "mammilla", meaning "nipple" or "teat".

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Mammillaria backebergiana

Mammillaria backebergiana is an attractive, slender, columnar cactus with yellowy or brownish-yellow spines and great purplish-red flowers circling near…

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Mammillaria bocasana 'Fred'

Mammillaria bocasana 'Fred' is a very variable cultivar, clustering, forming clumps, producing many bodies and varying in size according to time of year…

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Mammillaria albiflora

Mammillaria albiflora is a small cactus with solitary or clustering, globular to cylindrical stems covered with soft, white radial spines. Stems are up…

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Mammillaria schiedeana

Mammillaria schiedeana is an attractive, slow growing cactus, up to 4 inches (10 cm), with short, hairy spines. The stem is globular flattened, more or…

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Mammillaria fraileana

Mammillaria fraileana is small cactus, up to 6 inches (15 cm), slowly offsetting, irregularly forming small clusters. The stem is cylindrical, narrow…

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