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It /does/ show up for the correct spelling but it's waaaaaay down the bottom in "More items related to trichocereus" along with this bargain and this p. viridis.

That's a mighty big gash on the side tipz :(

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It hurts At0m.... it hurts man

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FOR SALE: 1 badly circumcised but well endowed penis plant

ah cheap laffs

sorry to hear though Tipz

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Heart breaking :-(

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At this stage I am thinking just let the auction run it's course then refund the poor bloke who wins. That's the best I can come up with at this stage.

In the mean time I am going to dust it up with sulphur and make sure it heals up nice.

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if someone from here wins it they'll probably take it anyway I cant see that split doin to much damage mate
light dusting with sulphur and it should heal up fine I'm still gonna bid haha :P

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The plant has no aeroles.

Some sneaky bugger imported it from Italy from a well known EBAY dealer there a year or two ago. So no mother plant in my posession but 100% long form TBM.

( I do not even know where these feckers pup from )

It is the only one that I have and will be losing the genetics to whoever the winning bidder is

yo tipz, i purchased a very similar item from the same vendor & tried for years & years to get the damn thing to pup, including covering 90% of the exposed surface with bap....all that made it do is cork up really bad.....

maybe you could plaster-cast it & sell a line of custom made dildo's? :P

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You should be able to update the listing and add that the cactus has split and add pictures. This will allow bidders to retract bids if they decide that it is no longer worth their bids. I believe that you might be able to end the auction early since the item being offered has been "damaged" since original posting. I'm not certain on these things as I have never listed on eBay, but I have seen similar things happen to listings I was either watching or bidding on.

Also, my long form TBMs will throw occasional areoles along their lengths as they grow.

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So I managed to end the listing with no penalties. Sorry to any bidders reading this.

I have put a few pics up of the areoles I discovered sub surface and a picture of something trying to push out the side, an inch or two above soil level. Most likely a root but could be a pup ?

I am thinking I will let it heal up and maybe try bapping those two sub surface areoles and seeing what happens. Still kind of undecided.

Sorry for all the hype :blush:post-9715-0-95870900-1443576367_thumb.jppost-9715-0-30884400-1443576455_thumb.jppost-9715-0-50045300-1443576628_thumb.jp

( edit - the pic of something busting through - root or pup ? )

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just keep it and try and propagate it yourself bro :)

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Dont bap it man just keep it and let it do its thing :)

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If you really want pups from it I would say the best and possibly only way to get it to pup would be to chop it

cut the bulk of the roots off do and upside down graft with the bottom rooted section with areoles then BAP :wink:

you should get pups no problems

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Sorry to hear mate, these things seem to have a way of happening somehow. Hope the beer was good at least!

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