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Super Pedro?

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Hello,

 

I found these 2 beautiful specimens for sale yesterday with a generic 'cactus' label at a local hardware store, and would like to hear any opinions you have as to what these babies actually are. I am thinking Super Pedro. Any help would be much appreciated. 

 

It looks like the pics will upload sideways, I'm not sure why this is as they were upright on my phone. 

 

 

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super pedro is a clone name so unless these came from cuts from a confirmed super pedro it can't be it,

but that being said they do have a superficial resemblance to super pedro's, 

if someone came up to me and said "what type are these?" i'd say "looks like a super pedro"

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6 hours ago, DiscoStu said:

super pedro is a clone name so unless these came from cuts from a confirmed super pedro it can't be it,

but that being said they do have a superficial resemblance to super pedro's, 

if someone came up to me and said "what type are these?" i'd say "looks like a super pedro"

 

1 hour ago, theuserformallyknownasd00d said:

Yeh looks trichocereus cordobensis to this amateur

 

Thank you both. 

 

I think one of these will be a fantastic addition to the cacti and succulent garden regardless of species as they are quite impressive, albeit expensive! 

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they look like cordobensis and SAB's Rob... Definately of the super pedro persuation , that is a scopulicola form or a scopulicola x pachanoi  hybrid. 

 

Also passes as a scopulicola form, depending from where you're looking from.... 

 

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