THIS PLANT IS ON C.I.T.E.S AND CANNOT BE EXPORTED
This is the real agudoensis known from only one location on a hill from Agudo in the center of the state of Rio Grande de Sul. It is similar in appearance to cereoides, but the new leaves come our red and then turn to green. It has 3-4 angled stems with fragrant white flowers and magenta-pink fruit.
We have another species we have been calling agudoensis but are now considering it to be a Hatiora.