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Bridgeman

Newbie Cacti ID please

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This cactus has a bluish green skin , the spikes range

from about 2 to 3 and the skin is green-bluish

thanks

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Hi Cacfind, looks like Trichocereus Bridgesii. And a very beautiful one too. A very nice cacfind. :wink:

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sorry bud you picked a night im on.......arguably the worst cactus id man thats online here atm

however im thinking its a ... Trichocereus bridgesii, i get the feeling its mike but of course i would say that.

someone will id it for you soon properly, and welcome to the Corroborree forum cacfind.

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FYI there is an ID area and this is not it

T bridgesii is also what it appears to be to me

it has quite a bit of space between areoles and few spines...

it may well be a cross between a peruvianus and a bridgesii

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Thanks

Ive taken some more pics in better light

The spikes are a pale yellow with black tip,

range from about 2 to 3 per aerole and about 20mm long.

It has been handled alot around the tip for id purposes

hence the lack of spikes which were originally ranging

from about 2/3 per aerole.

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maybe a bridge x juuls giant.

but probably not, i just thought i might explain the relatively small spines

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