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I am posting these pics because of a similarity between some photos posted earlier and my specimens below. They were seed grown and are about 3 years old. They are getting out of hand and I was just about to prune them back a bit ...

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Hi KK..nice plants...what species are they?

Hi Dreamwalker, sorry I missed your post.

This one was TPCxJuules. It later decided to revert to normal growth, this is how it looks now.

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This one is TBMxN1, my first tricho crest maybe?

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This is psycho0xN1, I call it p0N1 like the small horse. I hope it keeps the knobby look, might grow into a beauty.

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They have been moved under the fluro now for winter. I want to grow them a few more cm, then degraft and root them for next spring.

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Heya everyone, glad to see the progress - so many cool phenos!

One thing to note - I've named the SS02 x pachanoi used in these hybrids as "Mel/vin" after my friend who grew it out from seed - SS02 x pachanoi v. "Mel/vin".. I've edited this in the first post of the thread also.

The batch of seed he grew out had both long spine phenos and short spine - seemed to usually be one or the other - noticed this also with MS Smith's SS02 x pachanoi seedlings that he posted pics of..

Anyhow, the "Mel/vin" variety was one of the long-spined ones and I crossed it with my Lumberjackus this year - the seeds will be available down the road a bit through Zelly - the fruit is still growing..

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...both long spine phenos and short spine - seemed to usually be one or the other - noticed this also with MS Smith's SS02 x pachanoi seedlings that he posted pics of....

I can report this, as well, for the LC001 and LC002 bridge & pach crosses. Some look like straight up pach even if they had a bridgesii mother, some look like peruvianus.

Seems a common thing to happen when bridgesii and pachanoi hybridize.

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I left most on their own roots too.

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It took weeks of coddling to do it without killing them but I got them to grow under full summer sun at that size. They should be dormant by now but mealies made me soak them with soapy water a dozen times... the bastards.

Amoungst the normal ones are 47 crests, 4 polycephalics that will almost certainly crest, and 2 mad puppers- havent a clue what they'll do.

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here's a few i have on their own roots, all are in gallon pots now

each plant shown is a single seed

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Those are amazing zelly and Auxin! How old are yours zelly?

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I really love those ones with the spineless tips. The hard grown seedlings are so interesting to look at and watch develope!

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awesome job getafix you take the cake

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awesome job getafix you take the cake

Thanks mate

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Wow mate that second one is looking awesome! Is that one of the clones i sent you?

All three are from you :)

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The second one was a degrafted tip and the other two were pups cut from seedlings and grafted

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Getafix, dont mention it, I have received much undeserved praise for my "work" , your work seems exquisite!

I have a lazier approach...

2 pics of what I have labeled as quasi-monstrosa pachanoi, coming from USA respected nook member, maybe the nitrogen strain into the new breed of seedlings?

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TPQ ?

PS: my own seedlings, noone grafted, I have brought the pots at the roof, to face the winter. I will probably graft something , as I have a selinicereus setting for grafting I did not do.

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TPM X (SSO2 X Pach)

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