Rebutia margarethae was first described by Walter Rausch in Kakteen und andere Sukkulenten 23(1): pp. 4 – 5, 1972, the
The description of Rebutia krainziana was first published in Sukkulentenkunde 2: pp. 23-24, in 1948 by W. Kesselring. Kesselring states
Rebutia kariusiana was first described by Willi Wessner in Kakteen und andere Sukkulenten 14(8): pp. 149-150, 1963, the journal of
Rebutia fabrisii was first described by Walter Rausch in Kakteen und andere Sukkulenten 28(3): p. 52-53, 1977, the journal of
The description of Rebutia wessneriana was first published in Sukkulentenkunde 2: p. 24, in 1948 by W. Bewerunge. The description
The description of Rebutia calliantha was first published in Sukkulentenkunde 2: p. 25, in 1948 by W. Bewerunge. The description
A diminutive Rebutia with small stems and small, short-tubed flowers. Originally described as carmine red-flowered, it has now been found
Regarded by some as a form of Rebutia krainziana. Quite a variable plant but usually forms larger bodied stems than
Plants with a distinctive pinkish violet flower colour; the only species which comes close is Rebutia senilis var. lilacino-rosea. R.
An attractive, usually red-flowered plant with white stigmas and fine white spines, sometimes confused in nurseries with Aylostera albipilosa. Its
The most northerly of the Rebutia, occuring in southern Bolivia. Regarded by some as synonymous with Rebutia margarethae. Includes the
The type species of the genus Rebutia, and has been around in cultivation since the early 1900s. Typically dark-red flowered
Found by Ralf Hillmann at Berque, Modesto Omiste, Potosi, Bolivia, at an altitude of 3,600m.
A plant which was listed on some Czech nurseries as Mediolobiva pectinata var. ruberinna, Mediolobivia ruberrina, or Rebutia ruberrina and
Found by Ralf Hillmann at Uncia, Bustillos, Potosi, at an altitude of 3850m.
Originally listed as Aylostera pectinata var. neosteinmannii. I have not been able to trace the field collection number (or nursery
Found by Mats Winberg between Caspalá and Humahuaca, Prov. Jujuy, Argentina, at an altitude of 3,700m. Sometimes seen in nurseries
This plant obtained as FR1108 differs quite a lot from the other plant FR1108 in the collection. Both plants were
Found in Tafna, Jujuy, Argentina by Ralf Hillmann at an altitude of 3,550m.
Found by Friedrich Ritter north of Oruro, dep. Oruro, Bolivia, in 1954.
Found by Alfred Lau at Cara del Diablo, Arce Province, Dep. Tarija, Bolivia, in 1970.