Cylindropuntia fosbergii facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsCylindropuntia fosbergii
Cylindropuntia fosbergii is a species of cactus known by the common names Hoffmann's teddybear cholla, pink teddy-bear cholla, and Mason Valley cholla. It is endemic to south-eastern California where its range is restricted to the flats and hillsides of a very limited area in the region of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in the western Sonoran Desert.
Cylindropuntia fosbergii grows to over seven feet in height and is distinguished by a pinkish tinge to its spines.
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