Acanthocereus tetragonus (L.) Hummelinck | Cactus tetragonus L. | Acanthocereus pentagonus (L.) Britton & Rose | Cactus pentagonus L. |
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ID illustration: 116423ID basionym cited:171880
ID publication: 464ID species cited:7608
ID volume: 2117ID basionym recognized:172069
ID genus cited: 1683ID species recognized:7613
ID genus recognized: 1683ID copy:

Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden (1914-2013)
Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard.

vol. 45 (1958)
t. 23 p. 77
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name recognized:
7613 Acanthocereus tetragonus (L.) Hummelinck
name recognized (basionym):
172069 Cactus tetragonus L.

name cited:
7608 Acanthocereus pentagonus (L.) Britton & Rose

name cited (basionym):
171880 Cactus pentagonus L.

drawing:
n.a.
family: Cactaceae
subfamily: Cactoideae
tribe: Pachycereeae
epithet cited:
pentagonus,-a,-um

epithet recognized:
tetragonus,-a,-um

Illustration contributed by:
Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, U.S.A.
link to this page:
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synonyms:
homotypic synonyms:
Cactus tetragonus L.; Cereus tetragonus (L.) Miller;
heterotypic synonyms:
Acanthocereus colombianus Britton & Rose; Acanthocereus floridanus Small ex Britton & Rose; Acanthocereus pentagonus (L.) Britton & Rose; Acanthocereus pitajaya (DC.) Dugand ex Croizat; Acanthocereus princeps (Pfeiff.) Backeb.; Cactus pentagonus L.; Cactus pitajaya Jacq.; Cactus prismaticus Willd.; Cactus reptans Salm-Dyck ex DC.; Cereus dussii Schumann; Cereus nitidus Salm-Dyck; Cereus pentagonus (L.) Haw.; Cereus pitajaya DC.; Cereus princeps Pfeiff.; Cereus prismaticus (Willd.) Haw.; Cereus prismaticus (Willd.) Haw. ex Steudel; Cereus reptans Haw. ex Steudel; Cereus undulatus Pfeiff.; Cereus variabilis Engelm.; Cereus vasmerii Young;
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6 7613 Acanthocereus tetragonus (L.) Hummelinck (L.) Hummelinck [Acanthocereus pentagonus (L.) Britton & Rose]
Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard., vol. 45 : p. 77, t. 23 (1914) [n.a.]