Parodia magnifica (F. Ritter) F.H. Brandt, Kakt. Orchid. Rundschau 1982(4): 62 1982. (Syn: Eriocactus magnificus F. Ritter; Notocactus magnificus (F.Ritter) Krainz ex N.P.Taylor);  
 


Parodia magnifica is a species of flowering plant in the Cactaceae family, native to southern Brazil.

It is a cactus growing to 7–15 cm (3–6 in) tall by 45 cm (18 in) broad, with heavily ribbed, spherical to columnar, spiny and hairy stems, bearing pale yellow flowers in summer.[1]
In cultivation it must be kept above 10 °C (50 °F), so in temperate regions is grown under glass.
(From Wikipedia on 13.3.14)  
 


 

 

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Notocactus magnificus from Cactus Park Panchkula: Notocactus magnificus from Cactus Park Panchkula

 

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Duars : cactus-04 : Parodia sp. ? : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2).

Is this also a Notocactus?


Those are Notocactus magnificus …,

Also known as Parodia magnifica. These have to be for sale, no one would own that many plants of one species right?


Parodia leninghausii also known as Notocactus leninghausii.


Found the images of the two Parodia taxa at. But couldn’t understand the differences.

 

 

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Duars : cactus-06 : unknown : 28-02-2014 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2).
Is it also a Parodia sp.?


Still look like Notocactus magnificus …,

Same as Parodia magnifica. Very beautiful.


P. magnificus sorry I don’t know where I got leninghausii from. 


 
 
 

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