Science Image Library: Cacti & Succulent Plant Photos

Science Image Library
Cactus & Succulent Plant Photos

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Aloe Vera Plants Photo

Octopus Agave (Agave vilmoriniana) Photo
Octopus Agave 
(Agave vilmoriniana)
Large Aloe Vera Plants
Aloe vera
Burro's Tail (Sedum morganianum) Photo
Burro's tail 
(Sedum morganianum)
Golden Barrel Cactus (Echinocactus grusonii) Photo
Golden Barrel Cactus (Echinocactus grusonii)
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Endomembrane System of a Eukaryotic Cell, Mariana Ruiz
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Aloe Pera Plant Photo
Aloe vera
 First photo shows Rhipsalis plant in flower.
Peacock Echeveria Photo
1 & 2. Coral Cactus is not a true cactus, it is two types of Euphorbia grafted together, a Euphorbia lactea Crest typically grafted to a E. neriifolia; 3. Euphorbia lactea crest viewed from above; 4. The point at which the Coral Cactus crest is grafted to the stem.
Peacock Echeveria
Pencil Cactus Rhipsalis (Click on image to enlarge.)
Coral Cactus Euphorbia (Click on image to enlarge.)

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Coral Cactus is not a true cactus, it is two types of Euphorbia grafted together, a Euphorbia lactea Crest typically grafted to a E. neriifolia