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What lucky cacti got his end away here???

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Well not exactly an id request as I know half of what this hybrid is.

Rosei 1 open pollination.

The first pic is from the same seedlings and looks very much like a Peru (Rosei) but what do you think got in to the next beauty??

Stunning Trich seedling. I am thinking Werdermannius/Terscheckii.. All the spines are golden/yellow. Not reflected in the photo but they are.

What do you think??

Getafix

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Hi Getafix, it could help if you´d mention what you had flowering at that Time. Looking for the Father is as difficult as in Maurys Show!

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Could be Terscheckii but could also be Cuzco. Fathers Genes are oftenly not dominant in Regard to the Appearance. Most Plants resemble the mother.

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Wish I knew EG.

A batch of seedlings that came from Tripsis.

I know id is impossible just wanted to throw it out there and see what people thought.

My opinion is the plant is the wrong colour for Cuzco. Quite a pale green of the Terscheckii shade. Cuzco x Peru would produce a similar colour plant. No fading of the spines either in older growth. Phoot doesn't show it well but all spines very yellow/golden

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Spination could very well be influenced by Terscheckii. I assume you had One flowering at that Time?

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Not my seedlings EG, came from another member here.

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Ah ok, I am a bit slow sometimes. Well, yeah, the skin color looks very green. I had some that looked like this and were Pachanoi Genes. In Particular, Torres & Torres. Terscheckii is possible too. Even some lesser known Ones like Spachianus are thinkable. Will be hard to get a definite Answer now, but please show it over and over again until we can track that SOB down to make him pay his Alimony. ;)

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Ha ha will do!

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some1 fucked up with the seed packet. I love throwing in a random seed in the ''named'' pack lol

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I saw a trichocereus poco (at least labelled as one) with that (or very very similar) spination , after hunting a bit for images, this is the closest i can come up with for now

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but first thing I thunk seeing that second pic was terscheckii though

i know im a noob at cacti but I've been scouring the net over them for about 3 years , mainly photographs rather than being next to a plant - with the exception of my own collection -

-my fat werdermannianus has a tendency towards a more browner "gold" post-14443-0-55915400-1417694529_thumb.jon the spines but the central tends to point skyward for the majority of the plant- - also the "gold" is often not nearly as visible unless the sun is shining through the spine

the shape of the spines made me think peruvianuspost-14443-0-55262300-1417694589_thumb.jpost-14443-0-77339300-1417694600_thumb.j,

validuspost-14443-0-55851100-1417694629_thumb.j,

chilensispost-14443-0-44146700-1417694653_thumb.j,

poco (top of post),

and candicanspost-14443-0-98848800-1417694684_thumb.j ... and thats in the last 3 mins since seing your pics, if i think of anyother suggestions later that havent been added by then , I'll add them

I think I see what you mean about them slightly hinting cuzco but kinda less with you/behind you guys on the colours for now ...

beautiful plants Getafix! .. i hope that yellow spined one turns into a fast growing menhir for you :)

what about taquimbalensispost-14443-0-59416300-1417694734_thumb.j - tip skin is showing a colour/sheen much similar to my candicans

which I've been noticing myself for the last few months .. only on the tips of my two baby taquimbalensispost-14443-0-48582400-1417694739_thumb.jthat i bought labelled as werdermannianius...

(infact its almost like looking at one of them with terscheckii/candicans coloured spines instead of taquimbo coloured spines when looking at your yellow spiny)

i dont know how better to describe this green,for now than; - plastic looking - with yellow tendencies :innocent_n:

which is epitomised by candicans to me

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I have these named as Rosie open pollinated, originally sourced, already grown, by space monk I think it was... I'll post pics next time I'm with them but they look spot on, these are the first pics I've seen resembling them!

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Mine came from tripsis but I know a few others have them too.

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Probably came from interbeing he had rosei1 and 2 open pollinated that came from dawesons a few years back. There are heaps of terscheckii and pasacanas there :)

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Probably came from interbeing he had rosei1 and 2 open pollinated that came from dawesons a few years back. There are heaps of terscheckii and pasacanas there :)

yeah pasacana was a thought too, but only this onepost-14443-0-57816400-1417695031_thumb.jthe other pasacana i have look more poco-ish than it

oh yeah and randalii

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My rosei open pollinated seedlings are still very small, much slower than all the other trichs I started at the same time. Some of them are very very pale, almost to the point of albinism, which I suspect is a reason for their growth rate, they just can't photosynthesize efficiently.

I'm trying to get some peres to graft some time give them a chance.

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Forgot to mention, seeds came interbeing...

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the spiny one looks like cuzco or even peruvianoid from "glaucus" seed.

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