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Ariocarpus retusus subs. trigonus (F.A.C.Weber) E.F.Anderson & W.A.Fitz Maur.
Haseltonia 5: 18. 1998 [1997 publ. 1998]
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Ariocarpus trigonus
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Ariocarpus trigonus

(Near Paloma, Coahuila, Mexico) This is one of the largest species of the genusthat can grow up to 30 cm in diameter. it is easily recognizable for the long upright tubercles that are yellow/brownish/grey/green, divergent, strongly incurved and sharp at the apices, flattened and usually twice as long as wide.