The variegated shape of this cactus presents the typical yellow zones in the exact points where the chlorophyll is absent; such zones will never be identical from one plant to another, thus making each exemplar absolutely unique and, for this reason, very sought after by collectors. Also called Echinopsis cinnabarina var. draxleriana, it is a small cactus that stands out mainly for its flattened shape at the apex and can present both solitary and tufted. The stem, from the rounded shape sunken and without spines at the apex, is glossy dark green, covered by curved radial spines that take the form of small spiders. As for all Lobivia, the flowering is abundant, with large bell-shaped flowers of a wonderful intense red.