Mammillaria spp. 
 
 
Group:
Plants
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Mexico


Species/Common Names:
Mammillaria albicoma
Mammillaria albiflora
Mammillaria anniana
Mammillaria aurilanata
Mammillaria berkiana
Mammillaria brachytrichion
Mammillaria duwei
Mammillaria gasseriana
Mammillaria glochidiata
Mammillaria guelzowiana
Mammillaria guillauminiana
Mammillaria herrerae
Mammillaria luethyi
Mammillaria marcosii
Mammillaria mathildae
Mammillaria microhelia
Mammillaria microthele
Mammillaria pennispinosa
Mammillaria rettigiana
Mammillaria sanchez-mejoradae
Mammillaria schwarzii
Mammillaria stella-de-tacubaya
Mammillaria weingartiana
Mammillaria zeilmanniana

Facts Summary:
Mammillaria is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Mexico.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Mammillaria albicomaEN-IUCN2002Mexico
2. Mammillaria albifloraCR-IUCN2002Mexico
3. Mammillaria annianaCR-IUCN2002Mexico
4. Mammillaria aurilanataVU-IUCN2002Mexico
5. Mammillaria berkianaCR-IUCN2002Mexico
6. Mammillaria brachytrichionCR-IUCN2002Mexico
7. Mammillaria duweiEN-IUCN2002Mexico
8. Mammillaria gasserianaVU-IUCN2002Mexico
9. Mammillaria glochidiataEW-IUCN2002Mexico
10. Mammillaria guelzowianaCR-IUCN2002Mexico
11. Mammillaria guillauminianaEW-IUCN2002Mexico
12. Mammillaria herreraeCR-IUCN2002Mexico
13. Mammillaria luethyiEN-IUCN2002Mexico
14. Mammillaria marcosiiCR-IUCN2002Mexico
15. Mammillaria mathildaeVU-IUCN2002Mexico
16. Mammillaria microheliaVU-IUCN2002Mexico
17. Mammillaria microtheleEN-IUCN2002Mexico
18. Mammillaria pennispinosaEN-IUCN2002Mexico
19. Mammillaria rettigianaVU-IUCN2002Mexico
20. Mammillaria sanchez-mejoradaeCR-IUCN2002Mexico
21. Mammillaria schwarziiCR-IUCN2002Mexico
22. Mammillaria stella-de-tacubayaVU-IUCN2002Mexico
23. Mammillaria weingartianaVU-IUCN2002Mexico
24. Mammillaria zeilmannianaEN-IUCN2002Mexico

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