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    Art, painting, science, theology, biology, reading, observing people on the bus, listening to Swedish State radio, writing, work out, exploring atmospheres of places and make metaphysical paintings of them.

    -May the rightious tare at the power of the governments with the power of the allmighty entity of worlds far and near.

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  1. thegreatartist

    Cactus of the month year day thread? Which cactus is really shining for you right now?

    T. Bridgesii 3392 x T. Peruvianus Mystic. Grown from seed 7 months old. Slice-cross!
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    Win a free Loph! Post an original artwork

    Yes thank you @sharxx101! Keep up the good spirit. And congratulations Zedo, you are imo a worthy winner. Is it carved out of wood? Have you made more like this? I could trade one of my works for something like that, would be a great addition to my art-collection. Send a PM if interested.
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    Cactus Videos!

    Found this badass cactophilliac porno.
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    Unknown Cactus?

    Yes a Neoraimondia, or Neocardenasia I believe is the new valid name. Probably Herzogiana but there are other species/subspecies of Neocardenasia that are quite similar. My only freak cactus ATM is a Herzogiana that grows into itself on one side cause the ribbs are growing at different pase. Then it shoots another arm that grows into itself. One arm only has 2 ribbs and grows in a spiral. Edit: Browsed the internet, it's a Herzogiana.
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    What Weird Shyt R U into? NSFW

    40+ women with big azz and small titties. Hairy beavers and armpits. Assfuck. Crazy nympho girls in the psychiatric ward. Indian women.
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    Cactus Videos!

    Svante Lennartsson in sweden.
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    Loph ID request

    Lophophora jourdaniana puts out offsets in that manner. They also have rosepink flowers. Do the offsets have small spines that are barely visible? L.. Jourdaniana offsets less then caespitosa forms and the offsets and sometimes the main head have tiny spines under the whool. Could also be Fricii I think, the main head looks like those. Hard to tell...
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    Win a free Loph! Post an original artwork

    I just finnished this painting and cleaned my brushes, sat down with my phone and saw this competition. I call it "decapitated we rule these realms", oil acrylic and tempera on wood panel.
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    Tricho x2 ID

    Well they could be both. 50/50 så I'd stick to the description. They are very overlaping, these two species, could well be the same species (in some cases). And besides.... San Pedro and other names for these cacti are sometimes the same for many species of the trichocereus family in other parts of the world. They are growing like crazy! Very good job raisingen them. By the way, I wouldnt agree with "true Pachs are always green". Many Pachanoi with that arkaic morphology of a "true pach". Ive had some that where blå or even silver. At a certain age many Pachs and other cacti get glaucus, a pale silverblue coating in varying degree. Peace!
  10. Zellys' bbb Bridgesii x Validus in the background. Finally got around to plant some crosses from the land down under and plant thos 3392 x mystic seeds! 

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  11. thegreatartist

    Succulent ID please

    titanopsis perhaps. but I'm no expert at succulents. Peace!
  12. thegreatartist

    help with a pachanoi

    Yes, especially older fatter specimens survive black rot without any problems. The orange stuff seems worse...
  13. thegreatartist

    The Spineless Trichocereus Scopulicola Project

    Bump sort of... havent been around here for a while but rediscovered this thread after buying a couple of seedlings grown from Köhres scop seed of the very same batch i believe. Yes... very "taquimby" or nigripilus or something like that but still some scop features of the FR991 sort, pale yellow green ribs with that special bloated form. The vendor said "will loose their spines with age". Does anyone have any good pics of some older specimens of these seedgrown open pollinated köhres scops? And maybe I'll show mine ;) On the subject of t. Scopulicola; Truca, if you're reading this, the cuttings stolen from the garden in gothenburg where not Scops brought there by Linnaeus, but cereus hildemannianus brought there by him. So the mystery is still alive regarding the wild scops. Peace out y'all!
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