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I am not a professional nor an expert in Cactacea or Mammillaria taxonomy. Any help with ID and spelling are always welcome. Photos are for reference only. To up-date my list I've been using many books, journals, catalogs and other web-sites. It's been helpful, but I have more work to do. I only ship to the main 48 States. I do ship in the winter. I have 72+ hour heat packs for $3.00 each. No international shipping. Please read the front page for ordering information.

 Mammillaria and Family

  Coryphantha glassii - Growing in 3 1/2 in pots. 2 in stock @ $10.00 each

  Coryphantha sunderlandii  (Clumping, fat gray-green tubercles, mosty spineless, thick roots, dark pinkish-lavender flowers. Growing in 3 inch pots.) - 15 in stock @ $13.00 each

   Epithelantha unguispina (All the Epithelantha are very beautiful plant. This will develop a shaggy look with a longer spines mixed in with the shorter. Habitat - Mexican state of Nuevo Leon. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots.) Larger size 10 in stock @ $13.00 each

  Epithelantha unguispina (Same as above. Just a smaller size. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 25 in stock @ $10.00 each

  Escobaria hesteri 'black spine form' - (Makes nice mounds of small heads. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots.) 3 in stock @ $8.00 each

  Escobaria sneedii ssp. leei - (Very small heads will make nice clumps. I've been told it's cold hardy but I have not grown it outdoors in Oklahoma. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 4 in stock @ $10.00

  Escobaria minima - (Small growing plants that make nice clumps. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 3 in stock @ $10.00 each

  Escobaria missouriensis - (Cold hardy here in Oklahoma. Makes red seed pots. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots.) 11 in stock @ $10.00 each

  Escobaria vivipara - (Will form nice clumps. Cold hardy in Oklahoma. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots.) 6 in stock @ $10.00 each

  Mammillaria albicoma (Soft fuzzy hair covered plants with white flowes. Makes nice clumps! Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots.) 5 in stock @ $10.00 each

  Mammillaria bocasana - (Soft fuzzy with small hooked spines. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots.) 6 in stock @ $13.00 each

  Mammillaria bocasana monstrose/crest 'Fred' #1 (This is a monstrose/crest form. Spinless green blobs. Can make beautiful green mounds with shades of pink. All growing on there own roots. Flowers are cream color and can make red seed pods. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots.) 15 in stock in stock @ $15.00 each

  Mammillaria bocasana monstrose/crest 'Fred' #2 (Same as the above but grown in bright light longer then then the green one in the photo above. This is a monstrose/crest form. Spinless green blobs. Can make beautiful green mounds with shades of pink. All growing on there own roots. Flowers are cream color and can make red seed pods. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots.) 6 in stock @ $15.00 each

    Mammillaria bocasana monstrose/crest 'Red Fred' (Growing on there own roots. It came to me as 'Red Fred', I'm not really sure of it's true ID? It's also found with other names. I've never seen a normal growth on this ones so it's hard to say what it is? Growing in 3 inch pots.) 6 in stock @ $25.00 each

  Mammillaria sp. monstrose/crest 'Wacky Fred' - (I call it 'Wacky Fred'. It dose some wacky things! I've never seen a noumal growth on this one, so I don't know wgat spices it is? Growing in 3 inch pots.) 3 in stock $15.00 each

  Mammillaria compressa creat 'Yokan' (Make a crest with small waves. Will become a nice clump on there own roots. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots.) 15 in stock @ $15.00 each

  Mammillaria elongata 'pinkish-tan spine form' (Small fingers with star burst spine clusters. Will make nice clumps. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 12 in stock @ $8.00 each

  Mammillaria elongata 'Star Burst' - (Fatter fingers then the above. With star burst spines that have a long center spine. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 5 in stock @ $8.00 each

  Mammillaria elongata crest - (Golden waves of star burst spins growing on there own roots. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 8 in stock @ $10.00 each

  Mammillaria elongata monstrose #1 (This monstrose form has stems that are under a half inch with tiny burst of monstrose spines, cream colored flowers. Some will make red monstrose growths. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots.) - 3 in stock @ $15.00 each

  Mammillaria elongata monstrose #2 (Some what like 'Fred' with very few spines. Will make a nice clump. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 10 in stock @ $15.00 each

  Mammillaria guelzowiana - (This plant will make nice clumps of hairy heads. These plant product dark pink flowers that are most likely the larges of the Mammillaria. Habitat - Mexican state of Durango. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots.) - 12 in stock @ $13.00

  Mammillaria hahniana ssp. hahniana (Very handsome variant of the species. Will make nice clumps of hairy heads. Violet flowers. Sometimes called the "Old Lady Cactus". Habitat - Mexican states of Queretaro, Guanajuato, and Tamaulipas. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots.) 10 in stock @ $13.00 each

  Mammillaria karwinskiana ssp. beiselii (Clumping, whiteish to brown long spines with white to yellow wool. Habitat - Mexican states of Colima and Michocan. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots.) 2 in stock @ $13.00 each

Mammillaria longimamma ssp. uberiformis (At first solitary, but clustering very young and forming dense clusters to 15 cm or more broad. With 10-30(-50) braches. No Central spine for the var. uberiformis. Flowers very large for this genus, 4-6 cm. long, 4.5-6 cm. wide with bright yellow petals in May-July. , stigmas yellow. Thick taproots, larger in upper portion. From Mexico - Hidalgo, Querétaro between 1000 and 2200m altitude. Growing in 3 1/2 pots.) 15 in stock @ $10.00 each

  Mammillaria nejapensis variegata (Interesting variegation, gives the plant a glow when grown in good light. Growing in a 3 1/2 inch pots.) 1 in stock @ $20.00

  Mammillaria parkinsonii crest (This crest grows very tight fans with thick bristly spines growing on there own roots. On hills between rocks in humus soil on the limestone slopes. Altitude 1700-1330 m. From - Central Mexico, Queretaro, Cadereyta de Montes. Growing in 3 inch pots.). 3 in stock @ $13.00 each

  Mammillaria pottsii - (Gray-green stems with black spines. Will make nice clumping plants. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 5 in stock @ $10.00 each

  Mammillaria prolifera ssp. texana (Flowering spring (Mar-May). They grow Tamaulipan thorn scrub, oak-juniper woodlands, gravel, limestone crevices, or litter beneath vegetation, cliffs, hills, valleys, plains; 0-600 m; Tex.; Mexico (Coahuila, Nuevo León, San Luis Potosí, Tamaulipas. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 20 in stock @ $8.00 each

   Mammillaria plumosa #1 form JH (This is the smaller stem form of Mammaillaria plumosa makes tight clusters. Sometime called the 'Fearther Cactus'. Very soft touchable spines. Will have whitish flowers around Christmas. Habitat - Mexican states of Coahuila and Nuevo Leon. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots.) - 15 in stock @ $13.00 each

   Mammillaria plumosa #2 form MK (This is the larger stem  form of Mammaillaria plumosa. Sometime called the 'Fearther Cactus'. Very soft touchable spines. Will have pinkish flowers around Christmas will make nice clusters. Habitat - Mexican states of Coahuila and Nuevo Leon. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots.) - 15 in stock @ $13.00 each

  Mammillaria spinosissma ssp. pilcalyensis 'White Form' (Mammillaria spinosissima ssp pilcayensis is distinguishing subspecies that has whiter, shorter and very dense spination, and the stems can grow up to 50 cm long. Central and radial spines are all similar, about 30-34, pale glassy yellow and 5-6 mm long. It might have some latex and bristles in the axils. The flowers are purple-pink. It is very similar to Mammillaria pitcayensisvar. chrysodactyla. Derivation of specific name: "pilcayensis" For the occurrence in the Barranca de Pilcaya, Guerrero, Mexico. The plants are solitary or sparsely branched from the base, with stems almost horizontal and threatening to hang down, although they continue to flower prolifically. Stems, cylindrical, dark blue-green, 15-50 cm in length, 4(-5) cm in diameter and may need something to lean on. May have some latex. Tubercles, ovate-conical to cylindrical-conical, 5 mm long and 2-3 mm in diameter, four-sided basally, soft, with milky juice. Axil woolly and with 8-10 slender bristles. Tubercule arrangement 13-21. Central spine, about 14 (-17), thin, needle-like, bristly, very thin and flexible, translucent greyish white or yellow, sometimes brown tipped, 5-6 mm long. Radial spine, 17, similar to the centrals. Flowers purplish, about 2 cm long and in diameter. Fruit, dull purplish red or greenish. Habitat - Federal states of Mexico and Guerrero (Barranca de Pilcaya, Barranca de Malinaltenango), Mexico. Growing in 3 in pots.) - 10 in stock @ $10.00 each

  Mammillaria spinossisima monstorse 'Un Pino' - (Almost spineless. Will make nice clumps.Growing in 3 inch pots.) 2 in stock @ $13.00 each

     Mammillaria uncinata - (Fat dark-green with short hooked spines. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 15 in stock @ $10.00 each

 

  Neolloydia conoidea ssp. grandifolia - (Grayish-green stems with star burst spins. Will make nice clumping plants. Growing in 3 inch pots.) 8 in stock @ $10.00 each

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