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Peruvianus Rahuapampa crest

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I know a few members have bought/traded/acquired bits of this clone from me over the last few years. I just wanted to let everyone know that it has an official clone name now and it is called 'endorfinder'

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On 7/13/2016 at 3:10 PM, Caudata said:

no photos?

the only piece of katcoose i got from coolname......perty sure it's the endorfinder.

rip you big lug:wub:

 

apologies for the less than professional quality of my uploaded images

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Eth yes that is the endorfinder clone. And It is looking very good :)

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Here are some more pics. Some of these are grown in almost full sun and some are in the shade so they look pretty different to eachother

 

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it looks a bit like the "pachanoi/peruvianus" I got from olive. 

 

it tends to redden its skin as well as do a slight glaucousness, has brownish (as opposed to yellowish) and longer spines than any pachanoi crest - thus is distiguishable 

 

what about the name  Peruvianus Rahuapampa? whats the story?

also, does this clone get bigger and thicker or its naturally smallish? 

 

 

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The one I sent you Sagi is a Hamiltons Peru crest

i got a Rahuapampa crest from Coolname, n it's defo different from the Hamiltons Peru crest

Beutiful plants Coolname

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Sagi the redness you can see is just some mild sunburn. Some of them were shaded by some trees next door which were cut down about a month ago so now are exposed to alot more sunlight.

 

The name come from where the seeds were collected. A friend acquired some wild collected seed from a location in peru called rahuapampa and about half of them turned out crestedbor monstrose. He grafted one and sent it to me and I propagated the shit out of it. And as far as I can tell this clone tends to naturally stay kind of small

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Olive you sent two clones one Hammiltons and another that looks a lot like endorfinder as a peruv .. 

 

in fact hammiltons crest is a cuzco, not a peruvianus. 

 

and Coolname, the redness I was referring to was in my own plants sure its related with intense sun, but no other pachanoi crest does it... 

 

ok oh and thanks for this 

 

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And as far as I can tell this clone tends to naturally stay kind of small

 

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I have to say this is the most handsome crest i ever saw!

 

And Eth i dont belive you took those pics, there is no foot 

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49 minutes ago, El Presidente Hillbillios said:

I have to say this is the most handsome crest i ever saw!

 

And Eth i dont belive you took those pics, there is no foot 

i believe

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have you grown any reverts?  I have, and this thread reminds me I should transplant my ruhuamampa.. 

 

One more question though... The mother plant that the seeds where taken from is supposed to be a pervuvianus? did I understand correctly? 

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