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OfflineCrobih
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Cereus peruvianus...T.preuvianus, t.bridgesii
    #382603 - 08/31/01 06:50 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

I've seen cereus peruvianus and it was very simmilar to t. peruvianus. Now I wonder how can I find out which cactii is wich one?
Is it by trichome? By size?
And other thing Ive seen some cactii looking same as bridgesii but a little bit thicker that any I've seen.
Is it possible that it could be some other kind of cereus?
Thanks a lot....
PS I now ver little about cactii, but with right info I will do just fine


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Re: Cereus peruvianus...T.preuvianus, t.bridgesii [Re: Crobih]
    #382618 - 08/31/01 08:27 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

Cereus peruvianus has skinny, flat ribs, totally different to the rounded ribs of Trichocereus species(after all, that mescaline has to have somewhere to hide...) Spines are more variable on C. peru too, ranging from kinda long to non-existant(tho I suspect lotsa weird species of Cereus get subsumed under the name C. peru)

As for bridgesii, its pretty distinctive, provided you have a basic idea of what it looks like...if you've seen one that looks thicker than normal, I'd say buy it...



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Re: Cereus peruvianus...T.preuvianus, t.bridgesii [Re: Pynchon]
    #383250 - 09/01/01 12:50 PM (15 years, 3 months ago)

You can see Tr. Peru and C. peru together here, if anyone cares(Tr. peru is the one in front):

www.entheogen.com/cacti/cac1.html



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Re: Cereus peruvianus...T.preuvianus, t.bridgesii [Re: Pynchon]
    #383347 - 09/01/01 03:48 PM (15 years, 3 months ago)

Thanks for the informations. That was what I needed.
Now I just wonder a little bit about that bridgseii because it looks prety like cereus species, but again Ive seen pretty same ones before.
PS. Ive just seen that t per on photo...and you say that the frist cactii behind t. per is cereus peruvianus.
Cactii I was talking above looks pretty like those ones.

Edited by Crobih on 09/01/01 03:08 PM.



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Re: Cereus peruvianus...T.preuvianus, t.bridgesii [Re: Pynchon]
    #4325060 - 06/22/05 04:02 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

in the last year i've begun raising cactus as a hobby. i'm hoping to find some detailed info on identifying species such as tri. peru. and san pedro. i've been cactus shopping at walmat and have found some nice specimens i'm not sure of.
is this forum active?

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Re: Cereus peruvianus...T.preuvianus, t.bridgesii [Re: cheech226]
    #4325142 - 06/22/05 04:20 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Yay, you just bumped a four year old topic.

Yes these boards are very active.
There is a sticky thread in this forum called Cacti 101 Learn it, Live it, Love it which is very helpful in finding the characteristic traits of these types of cacti. Check it out.

Other than that you can post pics of your specimens and we'll try to ID them.
Pedro and Torch are relatively simple to ID once you see one though.

Welcome to the shroomery btw :smile:


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