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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Ariocarpus agavoides

Smallest of all Ariocarpus, A.agavoides can bloom at only two years old, if grown properly. The small plant stays mostly underground, with thin tubercles protruding above the surface.
Nice pink flowers open in the fall, same as all other Ariocarpus. The distinct feature of this species is that it is the only Ariocarpus that actually has spines.

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