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ID three plants please :)

Posted by robinpla 10b (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 21, 12 at 15:11

Only four plants left to ID in my collection. Here is one.


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Funny shape, but I think it is supposed to be uniformly fat, not look like a Hershey Kiss.


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And the third. Also a neglected plant. Hope I can nurture it back to life.


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Hi Robin,

I don't know #1, maybe an Adromiscus.

#3, maybe a Parodia or a Gymnocalycium.

#2 I should know, some sort of Stenocereus with a growth point problem, perhaps.


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1 Adromischus herrei, possibly a hybrid


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#1 I think adromischus is a very good guess, but I can't seem to find anything on google images that looks like it.

#2 Stenocereus also seems like a good guess. But hard to identify which one. Not too fond of it, but would like to know what it is.

#3 Definitely a gymnocalycium. I might be able to identify it when it gets flowers. I think I have narrowed it down to three possibilities.

Thanks guys!


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#1 could be a really, really etiolated Titanopsis.


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#2 just doesnt say stenocereus to me. Seems like more of a Ferocactus type thingy.


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#2 just doesnt say stenocereus to me. Seems like more of a Ferocactus type thingy.


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#1 Crassula Ausensis Titanopsis In good condition

The odd shapes of other pics are from pots falling over on there sides


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Thanks mrlike2u! That's a positive identification :)


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