Looks like an Echinopsis! Has it flowered ?
Richard, seeing so many pups, I was afraid to say it looked like Echinopsis to me. But now that Mark said it...I will. :P
A flower will confirm! =)
If that is a 2 inch pot, can we also allow for Rebutia/Sulcorebutia? The acute ribs, the offsets.... I don't want to put a stake in the ground, and just suggesting something RoRo has not mentioned should be my sign to stop, but just out of curiosity, stumpy, how big is this plant?
HI Dzitmoidonc ,Rosemarie and \Mark
Its actually a four inch pot and its consuming momma by the day.
Probably an Echinopsis, judging from the elongation of the pups. No Rebutia has long ones like that that I have ever seen.