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Echinocereus triglochidiatus     5/25/21
I start with this because I didn't remember that I actually have a plant of this species with three spines ("triglochidiatus"). Some of the areoles even have a two-spine cluster. Usually one sees four-plus spined plants. I don't know how I came by this individual, but I've discovered a population south of Santa Fe in which three-spined plants are common. The pot is 2.5" (6 cm).   (01/48)   

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