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1. agavaceae-nolinaceae
(Phocagallery / agavaceae-nolinaceae)
Habitat: tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas, particularly Mexico, the West Indies, Central America, Panama, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia; the Mediterranean. Description: a family ...
2. aizoaceae
(Phocagallery / aizoaceae)
Habitat: mainly South Africa although they also occur in Madagascar, Horn of Africa, Arabian peninsula, Island of Elba, Australia and New Zealand. Description:  the Aizoaceae (Rudolphi) family of ...
3. ancistrocactus
(Phocagallery / ancistrocactus)
Habitat: Mexico, Texas. Description: globular, sometimes upright cylindrical, cacti with big areoles each of them bearing a central hooked spine; they may develop a taproot. The diurnal flowers are borne ...
4. aporocactus
(Phocagallery / aporocactus)
Habitat: Mexico. Description: this epiphytic genus is commonly referred to as ‘rat’s tail cactus’ because of the long, slender stems of the plants. They produce purplish red flowers ...
5. ariocarpus
(Phocagallery / ariocarpus)
Habitat: Texas, New Mexico, Northern Mexico. Description: they have a short stem with hard, large tubercles and a fleshy taproot. The white, pink or purple flowers arise from the centre. They are adapted ...
6. asclepiadaceae
(Phocagallery / asclepiadaceae)
Tribes: PERIPLOCEAE, CYNANCHEAE, MARSDENIEA, CEROPEGIEAE, STAPELIEAE. Habitat: they occur in a wide range of climates, from temperate to subtropical or tropical regions and even deserts; semi-arid regions ...
7. astrophytum
(Phocagallery / astrophytum)
Habitat: Mexico, Texas. Description: cacti with globular but more often columnar stems which may have four to eight ribs (up to ten as the plants grow older) and be covered with a variable number of ...
8. carnegiea
(Phocagallery / carnegiea)
Habitat: Arizona, southwestern California, State of Sonora (Mexico). Description: a genus of gigantic columnar cacti that may reach 15 metres (50 ft) in height. Very long-lived, they’re commonly ...
9. cephalocereus
(Phocagallery / cephalocereus)
Habitat: Central and South America, particularly Brazil. Description: a columnar ribbed cactus with spiny areoles bearing flowers near the top when the plant is mature, usually after several years. It ...
10. chamaecereus
(Phocagallery / chamaecereus)
Habitat: Northern Argentina, sub-Andean mountain ranges. Description: this genus tends to develop large clusters of stems 5 to 10 cm (2 to 4 in) long; they bear numerous red flowers in late summer. A ...
11. cleistocactus
(Phocagallery / cleistocactus)
Habitat: South America, particularly in mountainous regions of Bolivia. Description: a genus of columnar cacti, some reaching 2 metres (6.5 ft) in height. The red or yellow flowers are tubular with long ...
12. cryptocereus
(Phocagallery / cryptocereus)
Habitat: Mexico. Description: a genus of cacti with flat, leaf-like, deeply incised stems bearing showy, very fragrant, nocturnal, yellowish flowers, red on the outside. It is now within the genus Selenicereus. ...
13. dioscoreaceae
(Phocagallery / dioscoreaceae)
Habitat: Central America, South Africa. Description: monocotyledonous plants similar to Liliaceae; They have a globular or elongated rhizome from which thin, climbing stems arise, bearing alternate leaves. ...
14. echinocereus
(Phocagallery / echinocereus)
Habitat: Mexico, western United States. Description: the plants grouped in this genus occupy very different habitats: from sea level to elevations of approximately 3000 metres (9800 ft). Some show an ...
15. echinopsis
(Phocagallery / echinopsis)
Habitat: Bolivia, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay. Description: globular, cylindrical when older, half-hardy cacti with spiny ribs. Some grow in semi-desert regions sheltered by tufts of grasses, others ...
16. eriosyce
(Phocagallery / eriosyce)
Habitat: deserts of Peru and Chile. Description: these spherical cacti have approximately forty ribs with tough spines. Pink or purplish pink flowers appear once the plant has reached maturity, that ...
17. euphorbiaceae
(Phocagallery / euphorbiaceae)
Habitat: the family is distributed across warm temperate, subtropical and tropical areas occurring in Central and Austral Africa, Madagascar, the Canary Islands, Ethiopia, Zambia, with a few species growing ...
18. ferocactus
(Phocagallery / ferocactus)
Habitat: deserts of Mexico and southwestern United States: Texas, Arizona, California, New Mexico. Description: a genus of plants variable in size, with robust, often hooked and sometimes colourful spines. ...
19. Photo galleries
(Phocagallery / Fotogallerie)
20. geraniaceae
(Phocagallery / geraniaceae)
Habitat: nearly all the species are from South Africa. Description: a family of dicotyledonous, herbaceous plants. The leaves are normally opposite, palmate-veined, sometimes covered in soft hairs. ...
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