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I believe it's a Bridgesii,, but what type?

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as the title suggests,, but wondering if it's a certain variety??

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Looks like a green one to me...

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Also looks like a thirsty one...

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Can't accurately ID these things anyway.

Phenotypes can change from one location to another depending of course upon epigenetic effects in the plant.

Even 2 clones can look completely different if grown in different locations.

Sometimes differences in location can be as small a change as solute concentration in the water you are using on your plant.

For all we know at the moment half of the "species" that we know and love could well just be ecotypes, phenotypes or combinations of the two rather than distinct species

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Oh and just to give some background reading on that (Because it seems to be a concept missing on these forums)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phenotype

If you have worries about the validity of the claims click the little blue numbers at the ends of sentences/claims. They aren't just their for decoration and will take you to the source of that claim.

You can then go further from there if you wish or you can turn away from it and blindly ridicule and deny the process that has gone into procuring the results that may or may not offend you.

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Solved,, it's a t.bridge,variety-green one lol ;p kermit perhaps??

Thanks Ace, I'm not that fussed, was just wondering. Appreciate ur feedback and will have a look at that info.

Cheers

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is that one from my collection there upside...

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Get a copy of trouts san pedro book if you can, and spend hours looking at pictures, you might start to see similar features with some of the varieties. Or not...I get some plants with columns from the same base and they vary a lot.

It's all good.

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is that one from my collection there upside...

Absolutely mate,, and that sweet pach is pupping now too

Get a copy of trouts san pedro book if you can, and spend hours looking at pictures, you might start to see similar features with some of the varieties. Or not...I get some plants with columns from the same base and they vary a lot.

It's all good.

I keep seeing references to trouts book,, must get a copy. Cheers

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ID is possible but very complicated.

You essentially need to observe the variations the form can have under different conditions and in different environments.

Trouts book does illustrate the phenoplastic range that different genotypes can exhibit.

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Where does one aquire trouts books?

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mate im chasing down a id from the original fella I got the cuts from ... have a spare sweet pach cut or two if anyone's interested..

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Thanks Amazonian and Cubism for the links.

Oh and someone should take up swampy's offer,, it's a roooly nice cut! Maybe I'll just have another mate

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Lol. I didn't even realise cubism had added a link for books, I thought it was his signature, and the arrows up in the post meant he wanted to know where to get the literature from also. Lol. I need glasses. :)

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I will add one two your valentines gift then ...

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