This is a cross between Ferocactus peninsulae and Ferocactus emoryi (once called Ferocactus rectispinus.)
This cross occurs naturally in the California and the northern Mexico desert, at least in Baja California Sur.
Identification: I found very little about this cactus,
except that it is available from several vendors. It is 10-20" (25-50 cm) tall, rounded or flat-topped,
with orange or yellow flowers. It has clusters of long central spines, the longest up to [Measure5 cm)]
and typically hook-shaped. Spines are reddish brown or white. Radial spines—thin, almost hairlike white
spines underneath the central spines, may also be present.