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Taxon profile

genus

applecactus
Harrisia Britton

kingdom Plantae - plants »  divisio Magnoliophyta - flowering plants »  class Rosopsida - eudicots »  order Caryophyllales »  family Cactaceae »  tribus Trichocereeae

Scientific synonyms

incl. Roseocereus Backeb.

Included taxa

Number of records: 21

species Harrisia aboriginum Small - Prickly Applecactus
species Harrisia adscendens (Gürke) Britton & Rose
species Harrisia balansae (K. Schumann) N.P. Taylor & Zappi
species Harrisia bonplandii (Parmentier) Britt. & Rose

Harrisia bonplandii - 000000000001000

species Harrisia brookii Britton
species Harrisia divaricata (Lamarck) Backeberg
species Harrisia earlei Britton & Rose
species Harrisia eriophora (Pfeiffer) Britton - Fragrant Applecactus
species Harrisia fernowii Britton
species Harrisia fragrans Small - Caribbean Applecactus
species Harrisia gracilis (P. Miller) Britton
species Harrisia hurstii W.T. Marshall
species Harrisia martinii (Labouret) Britton - Martin applecactus

Harrisia martinii - 0000100001 1

species Harrisia nashii Britton
species Harrisia pomanensis (F.A.C. Weber) Britton & Rose - Applecactus
species Harrisia portoricensis Britton - Puerto Rico Applecactus
species Harrisia simpsonii Small - Simpson's Applecactus
species Harrisia taetra Areces
species Harrisia taylori Britton
species Harrisia tetracantha (Labour.) D.R. Hunt
species Harrisia tortuosa (Forbes ex Otto & A. Dietrich) Britton & Rose

Links and literature

EN The Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera [1319407]

Rees, T. (compiler): The Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera [http://www.irmng.org] [as Harrisia N.L. Britton, 1909]
Data retrieved on: 5 January 2020
EN C. Ulloa et al. (2017): An integrated assessment of the vascular plant species of the Americas, Science. 358. 1614-1617 [as Harrisia Britton]
Data retrieved on: 19 September 2019

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