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Couple of Trich. IDs

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I know how much you lot like to talk crap about cacti so..

Anyone seen this happen before? Plant affected is T. scop:

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And this recent addition:

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Both are a friend's cacti, not mine.

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Your scop had inverted nipples, edit oh they are inverted outies :blush:

cool how the shape in first pic resembles a leaf

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cool morphin scop! yep love to talk crap bout cacti even tho i know sweet f'all...cannot your friend lop off you a mid or two?

cool how the shape in first pic resembles a leaf

shows myself how perverted i be then lol

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Dude that scop is freakin strange. Never seen anything like it.

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Anyone seen this happen before?

Just a bit of morphing like blowng mentioned. See it a lot in the garden, half formed ribs and stuff.

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man that first pic is an optical ilusion!!! it goes in then out then in? first it looks like its stickin out then ya look at the pic below quickly and look back at the first it goes in?

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added a rib and then dropped it right away, i had a plant that did that often, but it was a hybrid, it is rare but not unheard of.

the second plant is a lovely peruvianoid

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Awesome trick!!! I love it. Great photo capture! Scops rule.

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alien face

same plant

but showing his pretty alien looking face

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Just a bit of morphing like blowng mentioned. See it a lot in the garden, half formed ribs and stuff.

i totally agree with PD i've grown heaps of scops from tiny seedlings & so many of them showed that kind of strange rib behavior... seems to be really common in scops..

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