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Evil Genius posted a topic in Cacti & SucculentsTRICHOCEREUS: THE SAN PEDRO GROUP - Printed edition Hi guys, it´s my pleasure to announce that I spent the year doing nothing but writing and I am about to release my book TRICHOCEREUS: THE SAN PEDRO GROUP in April or May! The book will have 200+ pages and contains 300-400 photos from habitats and collections worldwide, all the original descriptions (English & Latin) as well as new information and comments about every single species. I dug out hundreds of old cactus books and literature to offer a complete overview about the history of this amazing group of plants. I was lucky enough to get loads and loads of cool pictures. This book will be ALL COLOR! I spent so much time writing and preparing for this book and it´s like a dream come through that I am able to release it now. A lot my SAB friends here helped to get it done. Either by offering photos or by keeping me motivated and I am extremely thankful for everyone who made this possible. There will be a very affordable digital edition and I am also working on a few deals to get it printed. It´s possible that I will send a part of the hard copies to Torsten and SAB to make it easier for the Australian members to get their book fast and without having to import it themselves. The printed edition will be extremely limited and it´s possible that it will sell out very fast. I assume there will probably be around 500 - 1000 books at max. I started a crowdfunding campaign in order to pay for the costs of the printing. The campaign already reached half of its goal within two days and there only is a limited number of books available. If you want to get a copy of my book, you can get it through my campaign on Indiegogo here: Book: Trichocereus: The San Pedro Group
Hi Guys, I am currently looking for fruits because I want to make a comparison in my SAN PEDRO book and my THE GENUS TRICHOCEREUS. All Trichocereus fruits welcome. In particular I am looking for fruit pics of Tr. huanucoensis, TJG, Tr. santaensis, Tr. validus, Tr. taquimbalensis, Tr. terscheckii, Tr. uyupampensis, Tr. cuzcoensis, Tr. bridgesii, Tr. glaucus etc. I just realized I am looking for all. :-P So please let me know if you have pics that might look awesome in the printed books. Thanks. bye EG