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-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia Delaetia Horridocactus Islaya Neochilenia Neoporteria Pyrrhocactus Rodentiophila Thelocephala.

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Eriosyce ( Pyrrhocactus ) sp. Matucana 4.05
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Eriosyce / Neoporteria nigrihorrida v. crassispina KK11 Coquimbo, Herradura, Chile 200 m.

-Neoporteria nigrihorrida v. crassispina KK11 Coquimbo, Herradura, Chile 200 m.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Neoporteria:Named for Carlos Porter,a Chilean entomologist.

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Eriosyce andreaeana ( Neochilenia andreaeana )

Author:F.Kattermann 1994.
Family:Cactaceae.
Synonyms:Acanthocalycium andreaeanum,Neochilenia andreaeana Backeb.1959,
Pyrrhocactus andreaeanus,Neoporteria andreaeana.
Habitat:Argentina.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Neoporteria:Named for Carlos Porter,a Chilean entomologist.

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Eriosyce aurata ( forma Los Moles )
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Eriosyce calderana (Neoporteria pilispina )

Author:(Ritter)Ferryman 2005.
Synonym:Pyrrhocactus calderanus Ritter 1961,
Neoporteria calderana,Neoporteria taltalensis pilispina,
Eriosyce taltalensis pilispina,Neoporteria pilispina,
Neoporteria pulchella,Pyrrhocactus pulchellus.
Habitat:Chile Atacama,Caldera.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Neoporteria:Named for Carlos Porter,a Chilean entomologist.

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Eriosyce combarbalensis

Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

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Eriosyce curvispina v. cambarbalensis ( Pyrrhocactus curvispinus v. cambarbalensis )

Author:Eriosyce curvispina (Colla) Katt 1994.
Synonyms:Cactus curvispinus (Bertero ex) Colla 1833,
Pyrrhocactus curvispinus (Bertero ex Colla)A.Berger.
Habitat:Chile.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

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Eriosyce esmeraldana ( Neoporteria esmeraldana )

Author:(F.Ritter)Katt. 1994.
Family:Cactaceae.
Habitat:Chile(Esmeralda)
Synonym:Chileorebutia esmeraldana (Ritter)Kattermann 1994,
Thelocephala esmeraldana Ritter 1963,
Neoporteria esmeraldana,Neochilenia esmeraldana.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

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Eriosyce heinrichiana (Neoporteria occulta )

Author:(Backeberg)Kattermann 1994.
Family:Cactaceae.
Synonym:Horridocactus heinrichianus Backeberg 1942,
Pyrrhocactus jussieui,Neoporteria chorosensis,
Pyrrhocactus wagenknechtii,Pyrrhocactus trapichensis,Neoporteria ritteri.
Habitat:Chile,Atacama,Coquimbo.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Neoporteria:Named for Carlos Porter,a Chilean entomologist.

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Eriosyce islayensis ( Islaya islayensis)

Author:(C.F.Först.)F.Kattermann 1994.
Habitat:N.Chile,S.Peru.
Synonym:Echinocactus islayensis C.F.Först 1861,
Islaya bicolor,Neoporteria bicolor,
Islaya copiapoides, Islaya brevicylindrica,
Islaya divaricatiflora,Islaya maritima,
Islaya minuscula,Islaya paucispina,
Islaya paucispinosa,Islaya grandiflorens,
Islaya minor,Islaya flavida,
Islaya krainziana.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Islaya named after the small town of Islaya (Peru).

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Eriosyce islayensis ssp. islayensis

( Pay as Islaya copiapoides )
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Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Islaya named after the small town of Islaya (Peru).

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Eriosyce odieri ( Neoporteria odieri )

Author:(Salm-Dyck)Kattermann 1994.
Habitat:Chile.
Synonym:Echinocactus odieri Salm-Dyck 1850,
Neoporteria odieri,Thelocephala odieri,
Neochilenia atra,Thelocephala reichei,
Neochilenia pseudoreichei,
Neoporteria reichei.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

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Eriosyce paucicostata ( Neoporteria paucicostata )

Author:(Ritter)Ferryman 2003.
Habitat:Chile.
Synonym:Horridocactus paucicostatus Ritter 1959,
Neoporteria paucicostata,
Pyrrhocactus paucicostatus,
Eriosyce taltalensis ssp.paucicostata.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Neoporteria:Named for Carlos Porter,a Chilean entomologist.

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Eriosyce paucicostata ssp. floccosa ( Neoporteria floccosa )

Author:(Ritter)Ferryman 2003.
Synonyms:Pyrrhocactus floccosus Ritter 1963.
Habitat:Chile.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Neoporteria:Named for Carlos Porter,a Chilean entomologist.

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Eriosyce sandillon (--> Eriosyce aurata )

Author:Eriosyce sandillon (Gay)Phil 1872.
Synonym:Echinocactus sandillon Gay 1848.
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Eriosyce aurata
Author:(Pfeiffer)Backeberg 1936.
Synonyms:Echinocactus auratus Pfeiffer 1847,
Echinocactus sandillon,Eriosyce sandillon,Eriosyce ceratistes,Eriosyce algarrobensis,Eriosyce ausseliana,Eriosyce ihotzkyanae,Eriosyce lapampaensis,Eriosyce spinibarbis.
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Habitat:North central Chile.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

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Eriosyce senilis ( Neoporteria senilis )

Author:(Backeberg)F.Kattermann 1994.
Synonyms:Neoporteria senilis Backeberg 1936,
Neoporteria nidus,Neoporteria gerocephala,
Neoporteria multicolor, Neoporteria nidus.
Habitat:Chile.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Neoporteria:Named for Carlos Porter,a Chilean entomologist.

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Eriosyce senilis ssp. senilis ( Neoporteria nidus )

Author:(Backeberg)Kattermann 1994.
Habitat:Chile.
Synonym:Neoporteria senilis Backeberg 1936,
Echinocactus senilis R.Philippi 1886,
Neoporteria gerocephala,Neoporteria multicolor,
Neoporteria nidus.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Neoporteria:Named for Carlos Porter,a Chilean entomologist.

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Eriosyce sp - Chile

Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

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Eriosyce sp. ( PK'09 )

Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

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Eriosyce sp. Taltal ( Neoporteria sp.Taltal )

Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Neoporteria:Named for Carlos Porter,a Chilean entomologist.

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Eriosyce subgibbosa var. subgibbosa

Eriosyce subgibbosa var. subgibbosa (Haw.) F. Kattermann
Family: Cactaceae.
Habitat: Chile.
Synonym: Neoporteria rapifera, Echinocactus rostratus, Neoporteria subgibbosa, Neoporteria subcylindrica, Euporteria subcylindrica, Chilenia subcylindrica, Hildmannia rostrata, Neochilenia rostrata, Neoporteria subgibbosa var. microsperma, Neoporteria microsperma, Chilenia castaneoides, Echinocactus castaneoides, Neoporteria castaneoides, Echinocactus subgibbosus, Neoporteria subgibbosa, Chilenia rostrata

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

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Eriosyce taltalensis ( Neoporteria taltalensis )

Author:Eriosyce taltalensis (Hutchison)Kattermann 1994.
Synonyms:Neoporteria taltalensis Hutchison 1955,
Pyrrhocactus taltalensis,Neochilenia neofusca.
Habitat:Chile,Taltal,Sierra Esmeralda,Antofagasta.
Family:Cactaceae.

-The name is derived from the Greek 'erion',meaning wool and 'sykon' meaning fig,referring to the woolly fruits.

-Eriosyce now includes Chileorebutia,Horridocactus,Islaya,Neochilenia,Neoporteria,Pyrrhocactus,and Thelocephala.

-Neoporteria:Named for Carlos Porter,a Chilean entomologist.

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Eriosyce taltalensis ssp. floccosa
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