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transDiMenTional ist right, oh my God!

1 looks like a Peruvianus but the spines look a lttle bit like Bridgesii Hybrid.

2 Tr. Macrogonus or Trichocereus peruvianus.

3 Trichocereus Bridgesii

4 Dehydrated Tr. Macrogonus or Peruvianus. Looks pretty much like monstrose.

Is this a botanical garden? It looks like there are many plants of that size. These are awesome!

bye Eg

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Theese are from a cactus nursery nearby.

Needless to say i got some cuttings and rooted clones with me back home.

#1 really freaked me out, spines look bridgesoid but the colour is all wrong, new spines are red & old are grey.

#4 probably has witches broom

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Hi libertycaps,

No 1 confuses me too. It has something bridgesoid. But No 4 freaks me out the most. Please keep posting some pics of your cuttings. Some of them seem to be very unique plants. bye Eg

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I think all but #2 are forms of T. bridgesii.

#2 looks like a one of the many plants that fits into the T. pachanoi complex and which variably goes by T. peruvianus or T. macrogonus dependent upon spination.

~Michael~

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Thanx for taking the time to ID my shit guys :)

I used to search for trichs anywhere i went, but now i dont have to search anymore.

Now the trichs are calling me when i pass by in my car, making their precence known.

Its pretty weird i know, well i took this cutting yesterday night in the rain.

It was a beautiful big motherplant chillin under a tree by the roadside.

I dont know if its the clone or the conditions its been growing in but this is the most bitter trich i have tasted ever.

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New day, new cutting :)

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This dude just let me have the first pick from his trays of 3 year old lophs.

5000 same size lophs with uniform growth, but a few of them looked very different.

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I also got this big momma with me back home.

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