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wanted: wanted: cleistocactus

Posted by minime8484 z8 Chandler (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 12, 11 at 23:41

Looking for some of the harder-to-find species of Cleistocactus.

There are many species, but here are the ones I already have:
Cleistocactus acanthurus
Cleistocactus baumannii
Cleistocactus buchtienii
Cleistocactus candelilla
Cleistocactus clavispinus
Cleistocactus ferrarii
Cleistocactus hildegardiae
Cleistocactus hyalacanthus
Cleistocactus peculiaris
Cleistocactus ritteri
Cleistocactus samaipatanus
Cleistocactus senilioides
Cleistocactus sextonianus
Cleistocactus smaragdiflorus
Cleistocactus strausii
Cleistocactus tominensis
Cleistocactus winteri
Cleistocactus winteri ssp. colademono

Any not on that list I would be interested in!

I have several cactus (segments/cuttings/pups) and other plants, as well as some seeds available for trade. Trade list changes, so email me if you have a Cleistocactus not listed above if you are interested in a trade!

Cheers,
Tristan


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RE: wanted: wanted: cleistocactus

I hope you don't like monstrous ones like this.

Jordi

Here is a link that might be useful: Not Available


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RE: wanted: wanted: cleistocactus

Wow - I normally am not much into monstrose or crested forms, but this one is really interesting-looking!
What species is it?

Also - still looking for Cleisto's - the only ones I've been able to add to my HAVE list are:
Cleistocactus sepium
Cleistocactus fieldianus

Cheers,
Tristan


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RE: wanted: wanted: cleistocactus

Still looking, but my list of species I need is a bit shorter again. I now also have the following:
C. tarijensis
C. varispinus
C. paraguariensis
C. serpens


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RE: wanted: wanted: cleistocactus

Quite a bit has changed since I first posted this WANT LIST of Cleistocactus - I now have more than I lack in the genus, so it is now easier to list the ones I do NOT have vs the ones I do.
So, here goes: A list of those species I NEED and would love to buy or trade for:
Cleistocactus ayopayanus
Cleistocactus chotaensis
Cleistocactus chrysocephalus
Cleistocactus x crassiserpens
Cleistocactus dependens
Cleistocactus x erectispinus
Cleistocactus erigens
Cleistocactus grossei
Cleistocactus hadrossoma
Cleistocactus hoffmannii
Cleistocactus hystrix
Cleistocactus jajoanus
Cleistocactus leonensis
Cleistocactus longiserpens
Cleistocactus luribayensis
Cleistocactus morawetzianus
Cleistocactus muyurinensis
Cleistocactus neoroezlii
Cleistocactus nivosus
Cleistocactus orthogonus
Cleistocactus pachycladus
Cleistocactus palhuyayensis
Cleistocactus parapetiensis (= C. azurensis)
Cleistocactus plagiostoma
Cleistocactus pungens
Cleistocactus pycnacanthus
Cleistocactus ressianinus
Cleistocactus roezlii
Cleistocactus roseiflorus
Cleistocactus sextonianus
Cleistocactus sulcifer
Cleistocactus tenuiserpens
Cleistocactus xylorhizus

Yes...there are THAT many members of the genus! = ))
Thanks!
Tristan


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RE: wanted: wanted: cleistocactus

Was able to add a couple of additional species on my Wanted List the past couple of months!
So, here is the revised list of those species I still am looking to obtain:
Cleistocactus ayopayanus
Cleistocactus chotaensis
Cleistocactus chrysocephalus
Cleistocactus x crassiserpens
Cleistocactus dependens
Cleistocactus x erectispinus
Cleistocactus erigens
Cleistocactus grossei
Cleistocactus hadrossoma
Cleistocactus hystrix
Cleistocactus jajoanus
Cleistocactus leonensis
Cleistocactus longiserpens
Cleistocactus luribayensis
Cleistocactus morawetzianus
Cleistocactus muyurinensis
Cleistocactus neoroezlii
Cleistocactus nivosus
Cleistocactus orthogonus
Cleistocactus pachycladus
Cleistocactus palhuyayensis
Cleistocactus parapetiensis (= C. azurensis)
Cleistocactus plagiostoma
Cleistocactus pungens
Cleistocactus pycnacanthus
Cleistocactus ressianinus
Cleistocactus roseiflorus
Cleistocactus sextonianus
Cleistocactus sulcifer
Cleistocactus tenuiserpens
Cleistocactus xylorhizus

Cheers,
Tristan


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RE: wanted: wanted: cleistocactus

Found a few more from my Want List, so here are the remaining ones I am hunting:
Cleistocactus ayopayanus
Cleistocactus chotaensis
Cleistocactus chrysocephalus
Cleistocactus x crassiserpens
Cleistocactus dependens
Cleistocactus x erectispinus
Cleistocactus erigens
Cleistocactus grossei
Cleistocactus hadrossoma
Cleistocactus hystrix
Cleistocactus jajoanus
Cleistocactus leonensis
Cleistocactus longiserpens
Cleistocactus luribayensis
Cleistocactus morawetzianus
Cleistocactus muyurinensis
Cleistocactus neoroezlii
Cleistocactus nivosus
Cleistocactus orthogonus
Cleistocactus pachycladus
Cleistocactus parapetiensis (= C. azurensis)
Cleistocactus pungens
Cleistocactus pycnacanthus
Cleistocactus ressianinus
Cleistocactus roseiflorus
Cleistocactus sulcifer
Cleistocactus tenuiserpens

Thanks!
Tristan


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