Aylostera

The genus Aylostera was formerly included in Rebutia. Mosti et al. (2011) have split the two genera based on DNA studies. A visible difference between the two is that Aylostera has flowers which bear hairs or bristles on the stalks, while Rebutia has flowers with naked, hairless stalks.

Aylostera is further divided into two sub-genera: Aylostera with 49 species and Mediolobivia Rowley with 59 species.

Look through the Aylostera gallery.

As with all of the genera in the National Collection, there are quite a few plants for which the name hasn’t yet been decided or given. Such as:

Aylostera sp. MN367

Aylostera sp. MN371

Species are listed as follows.

The genus Aylostera was formerly included in Rebutia. Mosti et al. (2011) have split the two genera based on DNA studies. A visible difference between the two is that Aylostera has flowers which bear hairs or bristles on the stalks, while Rebutia has flowers with naked, hairless stalks.

Aylostera is further divided into two sub-genera: Aylostera with 49 species and Mediolobivia Rowley with 59 species.