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wondering what this plant is ??

at first i had thought it was a bridgesii

a cut from the same plant was listed last week on ebay as bridgesii, the seller then changed the name to cuzcoensis a few days later

i've listed some on ebay as cuzcoensis, there is some debate what it is, so i thought id post an id so hopefully some with experience can decide

 

thank you

 

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Yes, this is a cuzcoensis. Is this from the SG? It could be one of the Chavin Cuzcos. They looked exactly like that. If they are the ones I think they are, they absolutely stunning and extremely rare. If not, it´s definitely a similar type.

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more than likely a bridgesii with in bred cuzcoensis genetics

 

imo the first three pics show strong cuzco tendencies...
 

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thanks Zelly

 

all pics are cuts from the same plant

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Olive, fwiw, here's some comparison pics of Nitrogens Psycho0 x Cuzcoensis hybrid......

 

original seedling:

nitroPsycho0xCuzcoDSC_0383.jpg

 

in the above pic the tip got broke off when another plant came crashing down, here's the tip now on its own roots

nitroDSC_0099.jpg

 

18 months later...

nitroPsycho0xCuzcoDSC_0381.jpg

 

nitroPsycho0xCuzcoDSC_0382.jpg

 


 


 


 

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^^^^ awesome garden.. love the climber on the columnar

 

puzzling.. maybe one should check for swollen bases of the spines to determine the degree of cuzco heritage.. Looks mostly cuzco.. Could be a cuzcoxbridge as zelly says or a cuzco X peruv/macro 

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On 8 June 2016 at 6:21 PM, Evil Genius said:

Yes, this is a cuzcoensis. Is this from the SG? It could be one of the Chavin Cuzcos. They looked exactly like that. If they are the ones I think they are, they absolutely stunning and extremely rare. If not, it´s definitely a similar type.

 

Its a really big old plant from a suburb in Adelaide.

was advertised on gumtree as the owners want it removed so they can build a shed where the old cactus garden is, was planted by the previous owner. Gotta be 30+ years old going by the size of it.

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