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Is this a PC Pachanoi?

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I just got this Trichocereus Just wondering if it's a PC Pachanoi I like the flowers and plan on using the stumps for grafting. Just curious if it's a " PC Pachinot"  is that yellow sunburn you guys see any pests?any help is greatly appreciated!

 

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Hendry

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Hi Hendry, very, very likely a PC. Don´t think it´s a Scop because the ribs arent bloated enough, and the overall spination just doesnt fit either. This is very close to PC and it´s a very variable plant that can look just like this. Would keep an eye on it and post it again when it´s bigger. Never say never, but everything other than PC would be surprising. 

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Hi Hendry, im thinking scopulicola??

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Thanks for the feedback. It's the biggest Trich I have and looks great on the porch. The one time I get a trich not from a trusted source ie the folks on this board SAB n sites in Aus that seem to take pedegree dead serious.Even though I would never use any of them in a non ornamental manner as a collector it's value as a bona fide sacred cacti is important.

 

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It looks like some of the pachanoid/bridgesoid hybrids I have. Which to me makes perfect sense if it is PC, since I'm convinced it has bridgesoid heritage. If only that bridgesoid heritage also conveyed it one of bridgesii's best traits. ;(

 

Looks gorgeous and healthy though.

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