Here something quite weird happened. We have a great deal of difficulty in order to find this baby´s habitat and locate the plant. Those several Dyckia dawsonii looks we usually see seem not to exist in nature. It may occur in more silver or more greener or rubra looks but the foliage is always the same. Those thin leaved and/or pink spined ones may well be hybrids.
Even a selective bettering would not be able to produce those looks.
But it also may be possible those plants come from a different location in nature what I think to be the least probable.