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Mediocactus Scales of ovary and tube bearing long hairs in their axils; flowers diurnal (Fig. 5) . . . . . . . Genus 5. Deamia CC. Flowers short funnelform to funnelform‑campanulate; Limb of flower regular, the tube stout; flowers white; Tube of flower bearing short scales; ovary tuberculate, the areoles bearing long hairs (Fig. 7) . . . . . Genus 6. Weberocereus Tube of flower and non‑tuberculate ovary bearing short, black spines (Fig. 6) . . . . . . . . . Genus 7. Werckleocereus Limb of flower somewhat oblique, the tube slender; flowers red ish (Fig.
Plants not keyed: A genus between Ariocarpus and Leuchtenbergia (Fig. 37). . . . An aberrant genus from South America (Fig. 38) . . . . . . Illustrated in Plate 18 Fig. 34. Mila Nealeana Fig. 35. Sclerocactus polyancistrus Fig. 36. Utahia Sileri Fig. 37. Neogomesia agavioides Fig. 38. Blossfeldia liliputana Genus 33. Mila Genus 34. Sclerocactus Genus 35. Utahia Genus 36. Neogomesia Genus 37. Blossfeldia Tribe III. Cereeae Sub-tribe 4. Echinocactanae—continued Fig. 34 Fig. 35 Fig. 36 Fig.
Neolloydia texensis Fig. 3. Thelocactus tulensis Fig. 4. Echinomastus erectocentrus Fig. 5. Mamillopsis senilis Tribe III. Cereeae Sub-tribe 6. Coryphantanae Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Plate 20 (three-fourths size) 45 Tribe III. Cereeae 46 Sub‑tribe 6. CORYPHANTHANAE—continued key to genera AA. Ovary naked or nearly so; B. Flowers irregular; tubercles not grooved (Fig. 6). . . . . Genus 6. Cochemiea BB. Flowers regular; C. Flowers central, borne in the axils of young tubercles; large (except Escobaria); D.