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xoma, this is the first time I see this.

Me neither...I figured it's not everyday that this happens....but I thought it must have happened before somewhere.

Hoping for flowers someday...but sadly I'm not in a zone with alot of growth each year....so patience is need as always with our friends. :)

So others posted their dichotomes...here's mine:

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now thats something you dont see every day.

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I've got two TPMs that did a very similar thing. The growths grew from an areole, not out of one like normal pups.

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interesting. mine is a TPC I think

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I dont want to speak out of turn but i have sighted that weird boob formation before on a couple of interbeings plants... Maybe he will chime in with a pic

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I have a grafted Peru/huanucabamba doing this sorta thing... does it just stagnate or create a new armmm?? ???post-13277-0-32370300-1452672011_thumb.j

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interesting. mine is a TPC I think

Me too......TPC x Juuls

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A probably monstrose Lopho. caspitosa growing along. Kinda hard to spot...

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Cheerio Xoma

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I don't think I've posted here in a long time, so here's a little update :-------)

Trichocereus pachanoi monstrose (believed to be Altmans Monstrose)

got a pup that terminated and then decided to un-terminate and go tastily inermis
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This is a graft of a pup from the monstrose that was all brain-like which has now crested

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Trichocereus pachanoi PC variegate

reaaaaallly slightly variegated, very hard to capture with a camera, especially a phone camera

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TBM Long Form

all grown up : ' -- ) and getting nice and fat

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Fricii Monstrose/Cristata

suffered a nice cocktail of spidermite, scale and sunburn but getting better with the tasty new growth

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Just an update on my Pachanoi tray. Gonna so 10 more trays like this one this weekend. These just broke the 1 year old mark, and are on own roots only, no fertz, pest chems or anything. If anyone has anything super special to trade I'll give yah some verified seed. This is the second tray I have done and gotten same results. Also have a couple hybrids from same mutated mother so hopefully those should mutate as much, but we'll see.

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Oh and this will probably make quite a few people mad but the reason the back center of tray doesn't have any seedlings is thats where my foot goes when falling into a Spiney Giant.

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Interesting little loph there Xoma. My though after the first pic was that maybe it just experienced some damage that made it go a bit wonky. But after seeing that second pic and how tiny it is relative to its siblings it definitely seems a bit weirder.

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picked this up yesterday from a random nursery on the south coast and it flowered last night!

looks kinda freakish to me, i assume sort sort of cereus, just not sure how freaky it actually is?

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Picked this up last week. The lady I bought it from was convinced it was lophocereus schottii, but I see Pachanoi.

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FUCK IM BORED, So I did a bit of grafting and sat with my babies, here's an update.....

Altmans TPM Grafts seem to have taken with one pupping :DDDDD YAY!

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Did some TBMC grafts that have taken well (....well some, other I'm unsure about....)
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Found some TBMC degrafts that I'd forgotten about which developed some nice roots so I've potted them up in a little bonsai pot

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Did a WHOOOOLEEEE BUNCH of willi variegata/monstrose grafts (which hopefully will take as it variegates white, yellow and pink and is REALLY FUCKING PICKY, LIKE SUPER PICKY as to whether it'll take or not! GODDAMN I WISH IT WOULD RELAX, still haven't been successful with any pink ones... yet)

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Here are some that I think have taken but I haven't seen any growth on them yet....

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Euro Long Form TBM that FINALLY developed an areole got it's knob chopped and grafted, seems to have taken

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Monstrose Myrtillocactus graft (was completely inermis but after graft it seems to have developed spined areoles)

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Fricii weirdo graft

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last but not least, fricii cristata got attacked by snails (of course... out of everything there it went for the lopho crest....) so I cut part of it and grafted

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P.S. message me if you're interested in a variegated/monstrose lopho, mainly looking to trade it, that's if they take :---)
P.S.S. would be looking for rare stuff i don't have, doesn't have to be of "equal value", as long as i want to look at it everyday then i'll be happy to trade
P.S.S.S. I really should leave these to the Swapping forum.... :------D

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monstrosa myrti on graft seem to go normal for a while, before pupping and eventually starting monstrosa growth in each tip.

nevertheless its a cool way to propagate

cool grafts

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Wow

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Broke my tray up today and repotted em all. Heres what I got, you can see the non mutation samples in side corner, larger ones in 3.5 inch pots. and smaller ones in another tub-tray. Sorry for pic quality, when its sunny I will bust out big camera and get some close ups.

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