Ferocactus pottsii (Salm-Dyck) Backeb.
Echinocactus pottsii Salm-Dyck
Whatever this cactus is called (see below), it is a Mexican native.
Identification: Plants are up to 3' (1 m) tall and 20" (50 cm) in diameter, with 20 ribs. Each areole (the base of a spine cluster) contains a central spine up to 3" (7.5 cm) long, and 3-8 radial spines. Larger spines are darker, tinged with red-brown, and smaller spines are grayish white or yellow. Flowers are shaped like small bowls (most in this genus are funnel-shaped), and are yellow, sometimes with orange-red centers.
Ferocactus pottsii at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum Sonoran Desert Digital Library
Ferocactus pottsi on Desert-tropicals.com
Ferocactus pottsii at the Tucson Cactus and Succulent Society
Ferocactus pottsii at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Center for Sonoran Desert Studies
Ferocactus pottsi var. alamosensis on Cactus Art: the World of Cacti & Succulents
Ferocactus pottsii description by Thomas H. Kent, last updated 25 May 2020.