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Not the "B" pachanoi.

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After looking over some of MSSmiths images

it might be a true "T. Pachanoi (T. pachanoi from Matucana, Peru)

or close... perhaps a hybrid cross.

The guy that made the cuttings said it came from a very old and

"abandoned" mother plant

very tall and had a woody core.

quite thick and about twice as the b clone.

He's referring to it as a "tree pachanoi"

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close up of skin and spine configuration

nice ridges no?

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small branching pup

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and just for fun

some of the other trichs he had on the table

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sorry about the image quality is was getting dark

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Thoughts?

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Wow! They look great!!

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Yeah, well I'm going to be picking up that pachanoi type clone

there's more if anyone wants to trade in the USA.

I can get them

but lets try to get a handle on it's ID first.

Oh on the mixed table

the bridg hybrid clone is verified.

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ohh i love that first one shes a beauty

agreed...what's going on with that myrtillocactus next to it...looks like it's a melted wax form or something...

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screw the myrtillo and the pach sausage thing, look to tha left lads!

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screw the myrtillo and the pach sausage thing, look to tha left lads!

Yeah ill take that one, what do you reckon it is? werdermannius? taquimbalensis?

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It's listed on the tag as a t. terscheckii.

that doesn't make it so... but it's good support for the argument.

It's very likely to have been started from seed and recently brought in

fro the growing grounds the owner has.

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