I received some plants today from Alan Spain. Many thanks, Alan. If you see this message, send me another way
A very distinctive and easily recognisable species, forming mats and mounds of small round soft-spined stems, with white or pinkish
Rebutia (Aylostera) mamillosa was originally described in Succulenta 51(4), pp. 69-70, by Walter Rausch in 1972. Here is the text
A much-misidentified species, which is difficult to find. I have several plants in the collection, including several different plants labelled
Regarded by some as a form of Aylostera deminuta or A. pseudodeminuta. The main features of this plant are the
The more sharp-eyed amongst you will have noticed that I’ve been progressing well with updating the species accounts. I have
Rebutia xanthocarpa was discovered by C. Backeberg in Salta, Jujuy, Argentina and first described in Der Kakteenfreund 1, p. 131,
Rebutia violaciflora was first described by C. Backeberg in Blätter für Kakteenforschung, 1935 issue 8 (no page numbers). The description
Rebutia senilis was discovered by C. Backeberg in Salta, Jujuy, Argentina and first described in Der Kakteenfreund 1, p. 123,
Rebutia padcayensis was first described by Walter Rausch in Kakteen und andere Sukkulenten 21(4): p. 65, 1970, the journal of
Rebutia minuscula was first described in Monatsschrift für Kakteenkunde (1895):5, pp. 102 – 105, by E. Werdermann. It is the
Rebutia marsoneri was first published in Kakteenkunde (1937), pp. 1, 2 & 4, by E. Werdermann. Included was a black-and-white
The name provisionally given to plants growing in the same region as Weingartia augustinii, but growing on red quartz soil
Originally given the name Sulcorebutia freundenbergi n.n.
Originally named Rebutia andinensis n.n., also sometimes seen sold as A. ritteri, A. atrovirens, A. euanthema, A. pygmaea.
Found at Irube, Jujuy, Argentina, at an altitude of 3,400m, by Ralf Hillmann.
Found at Panduro, Dep. Oruro, Bolivia in 1989 by Ralf Hillmann. Originally named var. “eucalyptana”.