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OfflineEl_brujo
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Cactus Id again
    #4637033 - 09/09/05 08:10 AM (11 years, 7 months ago)

Hi,

I recently bought this unlabelled cactus, and I'm totally not sure if it's a Trich Peruvianus or some other kind of cactus (I've seen a look-a-like that's named Stetsonia corine). come on cactus experts, I need your help on this one! Thanks by advance!



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I've cut off the borders of these pics, so you won't be able to see the longest spines of the cactus.(I can't seem to find another way to make my pics smaller than 200kb)


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Re: Cactus Id again [Re: El_brujo]
    #4638597 - 09/09/05 05:50 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

It's definitely not one of the three 'big actives' (pachanoi, peruvianus, bridgesii).

The areoles and the bulges above them kinda look like stetsonia, but the full body looks a bit off. There is one cereus species that resembles stetsonia that has been discussed here in the past, might also be it.
I'm sure someone more experienced can give you a positive ID.

But it prolly isn't active. Don't eat it.


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Re: Cactus Id again [Re: El_brujo]
    #4639232 - 09/09/05 08:35 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

looks like juvenile form of T terscheckii, that specimen is in poor condition.


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Re: Cactus Id again [Re: faslimy]
    #4663814 - 09/15/05 08:28 AM (11 years, 7 months ago)

Hi, could it be a Trich pasacana? It's 20 centimeters in height, so definately not a juve. Jup it's in poor condition.  :frown:
Any replies would be helpfull


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