Mammillaria carmenae

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 Mammillaria carmenae has a very small range, Between Ciudad Victoria and Iaumave, Tamaulipas, Mexico, Northern America. Extent of occurrence is less than 100 km².
It was originally found by Marcelino Castañeda in 1953 near the La Reja ranch, but it was soon lost in cultivation after its description until 1977, when it was rediscovered by Alfred Lau. It is known from a two contiguous localities that can be treated as a single location. The estimate for the species abundance at the only known locality is 71 individuals/23 m², and the population is decreasing.

 Mammillaria carmenae has a very small range, Between Ciudad Victoria and Iaumave, Tamaulipas, Mexico, Northern America. Extent of occurrence is less than 100 km².
It was originally found by Marcelino Castañeda in 1953 near the La Reja ranch, but it was soon lost in cultivation after its description until 1977, when it was rediscovered by Alfred Lau. It is known from a two contiguous localities that can be treated as a single location. The estimate for the species abundance at the only known locality is 71 individuals/23 m², and the population is decreasing.

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