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Nicita
#141 Posted : 12/22/2016 12:55:29 PM

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I found what I believe to be some sort of trichocereus spec. growing on Lanzarote.

I was also able to collect some seeds! Big grin

Can someone help me with ID?

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#142 Posted : 12/22/2016 2:33:56 PM

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I could be wrong but i don't think it's a trichocereus, you'll be luckier next time Smile


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Nicita
#143 Posted : 12/22/2016 8:31:35 PM

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I thought the flower looked quite similar... of cause its not a pachanoi or peruvianus, but there are quite a few Trichocereus species that I didn't see adult specimen from and I thought it might be one of them.
If it is not Trichocereus, then what genus could it be?

The fruit is pretty delicius though Laughing

Also it's a beautiful cactus, so I'll try to grow the seeds, whatever they are and active or not Smile
 
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#144 Posted : 12/22/2016 9:43:58 PM

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sorry for the off-topic as I dont have much to add here but...

nicita love your pic! its great to see another fellow traveler enjoying the work of walter moers, a true piece of psychedelic literature in my opinion Very happy
 
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#145 Posted : 12/26/2016 9:15:48 PM

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The first pic looks like a tric to me, look at a few google images. Echinopsis peruviana as a search term turned up a few that were fairly close but without a detailed botanical description of the plant it's very difficult to say. A better close-up of the flower in the first picture would have been helpful. That's not to say I'd be of any further use were this to have been the case :/

The second picture does not look like a Trichocereus and is also of a poorer resolution, again making identification more difficult. I'm guessing the two pictures are of two different specimens at separate locations?

It'll be interesting to see what the seeds produce in any case...

I've been looking out for this thread for a while as I have a few specimens at home that I'd like to I.D.

#1 A lovely Mammillaria:


#2 Some generic supermarket cactus, unknown genus (?Echinocereus):


#3 Very probably a Pachycereus pringlei, these are very commonly sold these days:


#4 A little Mammillaria, sadly rather battered in transit (and the photo isn't that great either!):


#5 Unknown genus number 2:


#6 Unknown genus number 3:


#7 Unknown genus number 4:


Any pointers for these would be most welcome!
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#146 Posted : 5/15/2017 9:03:44 AM
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Id please, Thanks Smile
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#147 Posted : 8/6/2017 10:41:46 PM

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@nicita: I'm not quite sure but look into T. taquimbalansis or tacaquierensis. At first glance it looked like a terscheckii but the diameter of the cactus makes me think otherwise.

Are the photos all of the same plant?


@Sakkadelic, it's not a Trichocereus. It could be Polaskia chichipe but I make no guarantees that's correct.


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#148 Posted : 9/22/2017 7:21:58 PM
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Anyone know what this little one is?
 
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#149 Posted : 10/1/2017 4:21:56 PM

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DesykaLamgeenie wrote:

Anyone know what this little one is?


probably something along the lines of a Cereus peruvianus.
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#150 Posted : 6/6/2018 9:17:34 AM

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I don't have any experience with cacti, was given this little fella as a gift. Could someone please tell me the species?
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Oskar
#151 Posted : 6/12/2018 7:29:31 AM

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Hey guys, can anyone ID these for me ? Partially for my Daughter, who is starting to collect Cacti & partially for me, who would like to try a cactus journey someday. 😊
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