Third part. According to the descriptions, on the plain regions of Las Tablas and Morita, Ariocarpus kotschoubeyanus grows, also known as Ariocarpus kotschoubeyanus subsp./var. sladkovskyi. At Las Tablas, Ariocarpus retusus var. scapharostroides was found on a hillside similar to that of at Santa Rita. In Mexico, local people call nearly all small globular cacti as peyote. Nevertheless, at Morita, the local people refer to the local Lophophoras mostly, especially to Lophophora koehresii. Next to Tula, Ariocarpus kotschoubeyanus specimens colonize dried loamy surfaces, which individuals completely differs from that of the A. k. var. elephantidens specimens found next to Mesa de León, Querétaro de Arteaga state, in both the body size and the mammillae. Ariocarpus agavoides was found next to Las Cruces. For the first, it is rather hard to find specimens, but after discovering the first specimens, the further ones are much easier. Altogether they exist in a high number in dried gullies.