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Several I.D's (Lots Of Pics)

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Hi, ive got some cacti here that I need some id's on please :)

1. Im thinking some sort of Parodia?

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2. Oreocereus?

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3. Maybe Notocactus?

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4.

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5. Euphorbia?

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6. Not sure what type of Mammillaria

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7. Cleistocactus?

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8. Not sure what type of Gymnocalicium

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9. Euphorbia?

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10. And this Tricho, maybe Cuzcoensis x?

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Thanks :)

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3 Notocactus Warasii. Now Parodia Warasii. Awesome Variegated Version. Number two is great too. Havent seen these as Variegated Versions yet.

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4 is Tephrocactus. Tend to say Geometricus but i´m not terribly familiar with them and it looks a bit dehydrated.

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8 could be Gymnocalycium Saligonis. If not, its something related to it.

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[email protected] aeroles on #10... me like

That's an awesome looking cactus

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5 and 9 are both Kalanchoe species. I believe 5 is K daigremontiana and 9 is K delagoensis.

Because they both can reproduce by means of the plantlets which develop at the edges of their leaves some botanists include them in the subgenus Bryophyllum.

I have both of them as well. Cool plants, but have the potential to be come weedy fuckers. I got starts from a woman who would often find them growing in her carpet after being knocked off the mother plant.

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I was just gonna say get rid of 5 & 9 immediately! 9 has pretty flowers but ye gads is it a major pain in the arse to eradicate once it gets a toe hold on your yard / potted plants. 5 is just as bad. 9 could be a K tubiflora, color of its flowers will determine tubiflora or delagoensis.

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Awesome work guys that helps out alot :)
Just need some help with 1, 6, & 10 now.

I think ill keep the Kanchoes around for the ornamental side. Ill have to keep ontop of it though to stop it becoming noxious.

The seller insisted #10 was a Pachanoi :rolleyes:

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I'm not great with Trich identification, but I'd guess that 10 is either a Cuzco or a Cuzco x Bridg cross. Def not a pach though :scratchhead:

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10 could be a hybrid cuzco its a beast. great colour.

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Jeez number 10 has some bloody CRAZY spinage! Imagine if the dude jumping from his car bonnet into the optunia tried that stunt with a bush of this. Death by cactus impaling :crux:

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3 Notocactus Warasii. Now Parodia Warasii. Awesome Variegated Version. Number two is great too. Havent seen these as Variegated Versions yet.

Do you reckon that's variegation? Looks more like malnutrition to me, be interested to see it in 6 months after a repot and lots of nutes.

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Thanks guys, suspected it was a cuzco x.
All of these are in great health, nice n plump and fed well.

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