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Cactus de Pâques | ©Domcho
Hatiora gaertneri (Cactaceae), the Easter Cactus or Whitsun Cactus, is a South American epiphytic species, meaning they grow in trees in more wet/humid regions. The stems of these species may be either flat and leaf-like or round in cross section.
In the wild, the Easter cactus can be found in Parana, Santa Catarina, Brazil [1]. This species is cultivated as ornamental. Its flowers are actinomporhic (symmetrical), scarlet-red, and 4.5-7.5 cm in diameter [2].

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Cactus de Pâques | ©Domcho

Hatiora gaertneri (Cactaceae), the Easter Cactus or Whitsun Cactus, is a South American epiphytic species, meaning they grow in trees in more wet/humid regions. The stems of these species may be either flat and leaf-like or round in cross section.

In the wild, the Easter cactus can be found in Parana, Santa Catarina, Brazil [1]. This species is cultivated as ornamental. Its flowers are actinomporhic (symmetrical), scarlet-red, and 4.5-7.5 cm in diameter [2].

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Prickly Lines | ©Joanna Clegg
Abstract macro of a Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea), showing vertical lines of spines.

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Prickly Lines | ©Joanna Clegg

Abstract macro of a Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea), showing vertical lines of spines.

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