Mexican cactus trip VII. According to the description, there could grow Ariocarpus fissuratus var. lloydii on the hills between Abrevadero and Parras. The hills looked to be adequate for this taxon. Nevertheless, due to the close distance of the villages, there was a high amount of rubbish along the road thus the existance of these plants has a minimal probability. South from this place there are high mountains (Sierra Parras), and some hills around. At the second stop, some Sclerocactus (Glandulicactus) uncinatus subsp. wrightii large Ferocactus (Hamatocactus) hamatacanthus barells and Thelocactus bicolor grew. On the foot of the hill there was a plain area where Ariocarpus fissuratus var. lloydii plants could not find optimal environmental conditions. Few kilometres away from Huariche, on a north facing slope, plenty of Thelocactus bicolor plants were found, in highly variable forms. The steep slopes had strange erosive forms but no Ariocarpus plants were found on them. According to the description, close to Matehuala and Vanegas, there lives a Lophophora alberto-vojtechii population, but no individuals were found there. Close to San Tiburcio, Ariocarpus retusus var. furfuraceus grows. On the habitat, for the first we saw a three-headed individual, later a four-headed one even. Investigating the population, most of the individuals were intact, three-four-headed, high-age ones, the older mammillae of that have dried already. North from there, in the direction of La Pita, the area has been damaged by dozers where only a few, small and somewhat damaged Ariocarpus kotschoubeyanus grew only. North from La Pinta, no Lophophora alberto-vojtechii were found, again. Nevertheless, close to El Saldo, after a precise searching, I saw some small Lophophora flowers. The body of the plants were not visible from the flowers and because the plants are rather ensconced into the soil.