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Opuntia microdasys var. albispina

Opuntia microdasys var. albispina

Opuntia microdasys var. albispina

Opuntia microdasys var. albispina

Opuntia microdasys var. albispina

Opuntia microdasys var. albispina

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The bunny ears (Opuntia microdasys var. albispina) belongs to Cactaceae (the Cactus family). It is an evergreen perennial cactus that is native to central and northern Mexico, and a variety of Opuntia microdasys. This cactus forms a dense shrub about 60 cm tall. It has numerous white glochids in dense clusters. Yellow flowers come in occasionally. 
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Shu Suehiro
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