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Ag.americana v. oaxacensis Ag. applanata . . Ag. asperrima (scabra) Ag.atrovirens v. atrovirens Ag. atrovirens v. atrovirens Ag. atovirens v. mirabilis Ag. chiapensis Ag. dasylirioides Ag. funkiana Ag. gentryi (with ag.montana) Ag. guiengola Ag. hiemiflora Ag. horrida ssp. horrida . Ag. karwinskii Ag. kerchovei Ag. lechuguilla Ag. lophantha Ag. macroacantha Ag. marmorata Ag. mitis Ag. montana Ag. nickelsiae Ag. peacockii Ag. potatorum Ag. rhodacantha Ag. salmiana ssp. crassispina Ag. salmiana ssp. salmiana Ag. scaposa Ag. seemanniana Ag. stricta Ag. sp. FO-076 Ag. xylonacantha
The above pictures are property of Paul Spracklin
 
Superb pictures from the whole trip here: http://www.oasisdesigns.co.uk
(follow the link to Mexico at the top of the page)
 

Agave ellemeetiana was originally placed by Gentry (1982) in the group Choritepalae together with A. bracteosa and A. guiengola. At that time habitat was unknown and the neotype was assigned to a plant at the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. In 1991 Ullrich placed this agave in his group Attenuatae, considering it closely related to A. pedunculifera, now considered a subspecies of A. attenuata.
In the C&S.J.(U.S.), nr.4 (2002) it was reported that A. ellemeetiana has been 'refound' in Oaxaca (Garcia-Mendoza). The form growing there has denticulate margins. In 2007 there were reports of finding it in Veracruz and this is now considered the main habitat of this plant. In fact in 1920 Trelease had suggested Veracruz as the likely habitat of this species. The specimens from Veracruz have unarmed margins and slightly longer leaves than those in Oaxaca.
It has to be said that many current agave specialists dispute the fact that the Oaxaca plants are a true ellemeetiana. As yet the Oaxaca plants have not been assigned to any specific taxon.
 
. Ag. asperrima Ag. atrovirens v. mirabilis Ag. filifera Ag. gentryi 'Jaws' . Ag. glomeruliflora Ag. mitis Ag. montana Ag. salmiana Ag. salmiana Ag. xylonacantha (?= heteracantha)
 
 
Gallery 1 Mixed agave photos plus photos from Ernst Woelfing
Gallery 2 Mixed agave photos
Gallery 3 and Gallery 4 .Photos from Julia Etter and Martin Kristen
Gallery 5 Photos from Gerhard Koehres
Gallery 6 Photos from Mountain States Nursery
Gallery 7 Photos from Liguria and Cote d'Azur from Dr. Thomas Heller
Gallery 8 Habitat photos from Mexico from Nick Macer plus Alexander Heim's garden near Athens
Gallery 9 Photos from the Hollygate Cactus Garden/Nursery, UK
Gallery 10 Photos from his exotic garden plus Mexican habitat photos from Paul Spracklin
Gallery 11 Habitat photos from Mexico & USA from Wim Alsemgeest
Gallery 12 Photos from Cactus Oasis, a succulent paradise in eastern Holland
Gallery 13 Photos from Kew Gardens, London
Gallery 14 Photos from Phillipe Faucon
Gallery 15 Habitat photos from Greg Starr
Gallery 16 Photos from the private collection of Ron Parker, Fountain Hills, AZ
Gallery 17 Mexican & USA habitat photos from Bertus Spee
Gallery 18 Photos from Michael Greulich.
Gallery19 Huntington Botanical Gardens photos by Michael Greulich
Gallery 20 UK National Agave Collection