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Route near the thirty-fifth parallel explored by Lieutenant A.W. Whipple, Topographical Engineers, in 1853 and 1854.

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E. EMORYI, Engelm. in Emory's Eeport, 1848: globosus, costis 13 tuberculatis, tuberculis prominentibus obtusis distantibus; areolis ovatis; aculeis subrequalibus robustis annularis subcompressis recurvatis s. rectiusculis fuscis versus apicein corneis, radialibus 7 (lateral ibus 6, singulo inferiore breviore) s. addito summo rarius 8 ; centrali singulo teretiore paulo longiore robustioreque, porrecto s. demum deflexo curvato s. subuncinato. (Plate III, fig. ) Collected west of the Colorado, in the valley of the Mojave, mixed with E.

W. Whipple, the zealous and talented commander of this expedition. Our plant is from 3 to, 5 inches high, and 2 to 3 or 4 in diameter. The outer spines are straight or slightly recurved 6-9 lines long, the lower ones shorter than the others. "> other radial spines are white. The upper central spine is the longest and broadest of all, being 12-18 lines long, and | to \\ line broad at base, and mostly straight, and directed tip wards almost contiguous with the radial spines, the circle of which it seems to complete.

Grahami, andovas r collected in nearly the same localities. ^ 4. MAM. MEIACANTHA, Englm. in Rep. B. C. : Distil and stouter spines, central spine often wanting. Pecos, September 23-27, 1853. II. CORYPHANTHA. Englm. Synops. Cact. 5. MAM. NUTTALLII, Englm. : var. y. robustior aculeis hevioribus radialibus sub-12, centrali robusto. The northern and Texas plants have pubescent spines. Plains on the False Washita and Canadian, near Fort Arbuckle, August 22-29, 1853. 6. MAM. VIVIPARA, Haw. 0. NEO-MEXICANA, Englm.

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