Haageocereus is endemic to the coast of Peru and Northern Chile. It is named in honor of a German who was into cacti, Walter Haage. This genus has cylindrical stems with numerous shallow ribs and closely spaced areoles. Haageocereus flowers are pinkish to red and are funnel-shaped. The fruits are globular and fleshy. Currently, it has seventeen identified species.
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