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Some kind of stapeliad or rhytidocaulon?

Posted by Jane_SoCal Sunset 23/z10 (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 18, 05 at 16:10

A forum buddy in far-off Oz asked me to help ID what might be a stapeliad, since a search didn't turn up any exactly similar pictures on Google. It's the long droopy plant, top shelf, in the middle, with the white flower bud about about halfway down.

Another possibility is Rhytidocaulon tortum...?

Thanks from two continents!

Jane

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RE: Some kind of stapeliad or rhytidocaulon?

Sorry, but this is the forum for identifying roses.

Try posting your question on the Cacti and Succulents Forum (link below) -- I'll bet someone there will know the answer to your question:

Here is a link that might be useful: Cacti and Succulents Forum


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RE: Some kind of stapeliad or rhytidocaulon?

  • Posted by Ron_B USDA 8 WA (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 22, 05 at 2:08

Looks dangerous.


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RE: Some kind of stapeliad or rhytidocaulon?

As my Grandfather always said, "you do and you'll clean it up!"


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