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OfflineFlusH
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since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently..
    #4154696 - 05/09/05 09:11 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Here is another one for all of you cactus pro's out there. I have spend the past hour looking at pic's on erowid and I still am not sure if what I got is a san pedro or not. Could someone please put my confused mind to rest?

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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: FlusH]
    #4154736 - 05/09/05 09:25 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

I cant be sure, but it sure does look alot like mine.


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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: prototypical_man]
    #4154965 - 05/09/05 10:31 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Its deffinately possible...although the spines are a bit longer than all of mine.


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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: prototypical_man]
    #4154968 - 05/09/05 10:32 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

very interesting specimen, has long spines for a pedro but sure looks like a trichocereus. perhaps a hybrid or a short spined torch...


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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: felixhigh]
    #4155035 - 05/09/05 10:53 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

i agree, it seems to be a trich, but definately not your run of the mill pedro...


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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: supra]
    #4157018 - 05/10/05 12:44 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

that seems to be a common cacti grown in yeards. i recently aquired a piece of that type, and it had no effects. i believe a real san pedro doesnt have such deep ridges, like its more of a fat star than a skinny star via crosssection.

this could be a huge impersonator.


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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: Abermelin]
    #4158658 - 05/10/05 07:52 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

in my experience that is a 'pachanoid' of some kind... And no it is not the common deep ribbed yard cacti or 'cereus'....


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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: minErval]
    #4158670 - 05/10/05 07:54 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Looks like a pachonoi x peruvianus hybrid.


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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: FlusH]
    #4158723 - 05/10/05 08:08 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

This is not a socalled 'impersonator'. If you tried a cactus of the Trichocereus pachanoi peruvian complex and didn't extract anything that is bad luck. Even cacti that fit the 'San Pedro' description have failed to yield.. there are clones out there with no alkaloids.

This is a short spined peruvianus and it is just as likely to be active as any San Pedro, a name which is redundant to me.


Edited by faslimy (05/10/05 08:09 PM)


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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: faslimy]
    #4159938 - 05/11/05 12:57 AM (11 years, 6 months ago)

also, just because a particular plant does not yield any significant amount of alkaloids, doesnt mean it is inactive...
Alkaloids have been shown to fluctuate considerably depending on environmental conditions and so forth...A plant that is low yielding at a specific time of the year may yield significantly more at a different time of the year. Or age for that matter!


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evolving to a fluctuating vibration of cosmic energy....sounds like dna unfolding and re-arranging to me...
http://www.ketuhrecords.com/releases_hyperspatial.php

oh for fucks sake cant we evolve already??


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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: minErval]
    #4160512 - 05/11/05 03:45 AM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Yea its definatley a trich, possibly a short spined peruvian, or a macrogonus...either way, I'm pretty sure it'd be active.


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Re: since cactus ID'ing seems to be the popular thing recently.. [Re: FlusH]
    #4164022 - 05/11/05 11:32 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

I am glad to hear it!

I am also glad to hear that I am not the only one who has racked their brain's over the id of this little guy..  :laugh:

I think I will let it grow at least 4 feet, then take a 1 foot cutting to see if it is active.

Thanks for the help!


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