Haageocereus lanugispinus is a very rare and poorly known cactus that produces finger sized, sprawling stems offsetting from the base. The peculiarity of this plant is the nice fine spination. It seems that there is only ONE clone propagated in collections worldwide!Taxonomy note: According to the “The New Cactus Lexicon" Haageocereus lanugispinus is a synonym of Haageocereus tenuis. In effect the seeds of tenuis are very similar to those of lanugispinus, but in culture, there are a lot of differences, in particular the spination in tenuis is much less dense. Both are beautiful anyway.