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Offlineatoning_unifex
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what are these cactus??
    #2292229 - 02/01/04 07:44 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)



possibly macrogonus?
this one is about 750 mm long...
Edit:  after looking at some other actives this one now looks more like Trichocereus bridgesii.. :laugh:



top view....



could this be pachanoi??
its looks different from the others i have...
this ones about 500 mm long...





any ideas anyone??
Edit: scopulicola possibly?
they wernt expensive so even if theyre not active they were a good score


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" time is a drug.... too much will kill you"

......Ballad of Atoning Unifex.....

At the age of 30 something
he realised
he'd never ride
through london
in a black cab
with weird drugs
in his veins......


Edited by atoning_unifex (02/01/04 09:09 PM)


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: atoning_unifex]
    #2293030 - 02/02/04 02:45 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

hi friend!
yes, i was to say that this last one might be t. scopulicola (or scopulicolous? not sure).
the first one seems to be an hybrid. i was to say it was a peruvianus but when i saw those 5 ribs (well, it's still possible) it might be a peruvianus X scop or peru X glaucus with a scopulicola grandfather or vice versa...
but i'm not expert, don't take me very seriously. it's just a serious guess. :wink:


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: felixhigh]
    #2293108 - 02/02/04 03:38 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

sweet... i was hoping the 2nd one was a scop....

the first 1 possibly peruvianus... thats good news as well...


--------------------
" time is a drug.... too much will kill you"

......Ballad of Atoning Unifex.....

At the age of 30 something
he realised
he'd never ride
through london
in a black cab
with weird drugs
in his veins......


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: atoning_unifex]
    #2295701 - 02/02/04 11:45 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

they look great, congrats!
the second one is sure scop, see the small areoles, closer, the 5 ribs... how is it to the touch? so far it has everything to be a scop... but also reminds a lot a juuls giant... except for the absence of spines!
good growing you lucky bastard! :wink:


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: felixhigh]
    #2296016 - 02/03/04 01:50 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

cheers felix...

i just got confermation from a rather experienced guy on another site and.....( drum roll please...)

prickly one = T. macrogonus

smooth one= T. scopulicola..

i posted a photo of the entire (well almost) outdoor collection and this chap also mentioned juuls giant in relation to my tallest pachanoi.... ive never even heard of this variety...


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" time is a drug.... too much will kill you"

......Ballad of Atoning Unifex.....

At the age of 30 something
he realised
he'd never ride
through london
in a black cab
with weird drugs
in his veins......


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: atoning_unifex]
    #2297331 - 02/03/04 02:47 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

juuls giant is an hybrid between pachanoi X peruvianus, at least so its said.
how cool to know that other one is a macrogonus!
BBBs macrogonus look pretty different (well, cactus are big shapeshifters) but BBBs had rather that 'diamond like' structure/notches.
btw where did you post this fellows collections pic?

anyways, for me taxonomy is the area of the science dedicated to the labelling of the sexes of the angels.


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: felixhigh]
    #2297553 - 02/03/04 03:58 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

sorry felix... the pic i was referring to was of the outdoor section of my collection...

juuls giant is a hybrid huh? sweet.... ive really got to get all my plants properly id'd, coz i dont really know enough to do it accuratly myself...

The macrogonus in the pic i cut into 2 stalks and that trunky bit and in a few days ill pot em up....

if you want to see the collection ill post a few pics ... either here (if anyone else wants to see) or to you in a pm...


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" time is a drug.... too much will kill you"

......Ballad of Atoning Unifex.....

At the age of 30 something
he realised
he'd never ride
through london
in a black cab
with weird drugs
in his veins......


Edited by atoning_unifex (02/03/04 04:02 PM)


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: atoning_unifex]
    #2298970 - 02/04/04 12:10 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

it will be a pleasure for a lot of people, i'm sure! :wink:


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: felixhigh]
    #2309372 - 02/06/04 06:56 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

rightey oh ..

first up , just a general shot of the outdoor flock (heard? gaggle?)



and a closer one of the latest additions....



--------------------
" time is a drug.... too much will kill you"

......Ballad of Atoning Unifex.....

At the age of 30 something
he realised
he'd never ride
through london
in a black cab
with weird drugs
in his veins......


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: atoning_unifex]
    #2309399 - 02/06/04 07:05 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

how cool of a patio you have!
a little salvia in the edges and some HBWR climbing that fence...

what about a closup of your old ones? let us see them better too! :wink: they all ONE collection, right?
thinking better now i think i might have some t. macrogonus.
do they (speciallly on young growth) have a little white hair on its small white areoles?

thanks for the pics! i loved your collection! =)


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: felixhigh]
    #2309442 - 02/06/04 07:17 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

P.S.:
just a detail.
have you ever measured HOW HOT does it gets inside those black plastic vases in the summer?
try to unvase one in a hot day and watch that steam cloud fly and you'll realize what you're doing to your plants!


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: atoning_unifex]
    #2309467 - 02/06/04 07:24 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

these next 3 are the indoor section...

ive tried to label the types... if ive got it wrong feel free to correct me....  :blush:






--------------------
" time is a drug.... too much will kill you"

......Ballad of Atoning Unifex.....

At the age of 30 something
he realised
he'd never ride
through london
in a black cab
with weird drugs
in his veins......


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: atoning_unifex]
    #2309480 - 02/06/04 07:29 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

ok ... lucky last....

the last 3 pics usually sit under a flouro tube thingy.... hence the beer cans.



if anyone wants close ups or anything just let me know....

( i am the pic whore)    :grin:


--------------------
" time is a drug.... too much will kill you"

......Ballad of Atoning Unifex.....

At the age of 30 something
he realised
he'd never ride
through london
in a black cab
with weird drugs
in his veins......


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: felixhigh]
    #2309583 - 02/06/04 07:55 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Quote:

felixhigh said:
P.S.:
just a detail.
have you ever measured HOW HOT does it gets inside those black plastic vases in the summer?
try to unvase one in a hot day and watch that steam cloud fly and you'll realize what you're doing to your plants!


FH




its summer now and around 27 c outside..... i just went and put my hand on the sunny side of a pot and...... cool...

my cam has got flat batteries now but ill try to get some old plant pics off tommorrow....

(while i was out groping my plants i counted 17 pups for this season.... woohoo) :thumbup:

Edit: spelling.... doh!


--------------------
" time is a drug.... too much will kill you"

......Ballad of Atoning Unifex.....

At the age of 30 something
he realised
he'd never ride
through london
in a black cab
with weird drugs
in his veins......


Edited by atoning_unifex (02/06/04 07:57 PM)


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: atoning_unifex]
    #2309788 - 02/06/04 08:58 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

You don't have salvia do you AU???


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: zeta]
    #2310005 - 02/06/04 10:15 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

nope.... sorry.


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" time is a drug.... too much will kill you"

......Ballad of Atoning Unifex.....

At the age of 30 something
he realised
he'd never ride
through london
in a black cab
with weird drugs
in his veins......


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: atoning_unifex]
    #2310387 - 02/07/04 01:43 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

nice growings!
but...
why do you grow cereus jamacaru for?
for making a pachanoi look alike and rip people off huh?
good idea. every lamer would fall in.
tell us. :wink:


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: felixhigh]
    #2310537 - 02/07/04 02:39 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

I just recently bought a macrogonus and a terschekki, I like how the macrogonus looks alot different than most other trichocereus, what with all the pricklyness and such. Here's some pics...

I only had enough space on the shroomery to upload one picture, so I have to link offsite to the picture of my terschekki and macrogonus.

http://www.twistedslinky.org/members/aj/macrogonus--09-04.jpg

http://www.twistedslinky.org/members/aj/trichocereus-terschekki_1-09-04.jpg



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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: felixhigh]
    #2312122 - 02/07/04 05:23 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Quote:

felixhigh said:
nice growings!
but...
why do you grow cereus jamacaru for?
for making a pachanoi look alike and rip people off huh?
good idea. every lamer would fall in.
tell us. :wink:


FH




    :wtf:    are you high felix???

there are more uses for cactus than getting off...

i grow jamacaru as part of an experiment to asess whether growing cactus for legally saleable (and tasty) fruit , is viable in my area....  if it turns out they do not fruit heavily enough or do not sell as well as i hope, then they will be marketed as edible fruit cactus and appropriatly labelled. Why would i bother to rip people off when its as easy to grow pach and not have to deal with angry people.......


--------------------
" time is a drug.... too much will kill you"

......Ballad of Atoning Unifex.....

At the age of 30 something
he realised
he'd never ride
through london
in a black cab
with weird drugs
in his veins......


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Re: what are these cactus?? [Re: atoning_unifex]
    #2312213 - 02/07/04 06:10 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

i'm always high, look at the icon.
i cannot agree that cereus fruits are the tastier ones!
it was rather some kind of subtle joke, i didn't really think you would rip anyone off.
if you wanna grow something for selling, grow opuntia ficus indica, the islamic community (poor pursued guys in US) pays big bucks for their fruits. not that they're really tasty, it's just from their homelands...
to rip people off is the 'job' of many people in the world!
i kind of agree with drug traffic and drug wars, it actually employs unknown million peoples. they might be criminal but they're honest. a thief is even filthier... LOL...
whats you area? perhaps i could help you out with sought after fructiferous seeds...


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