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Bridgesii ID (2)

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#1

 

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#2

 

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#1 left - #2 right

 

Both are probably standard bridgesii but I'd be interested to know so I can perhaps put something else on the tags when I do label them

 

Thanks :)

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Hey mate, yeah, looks like very typical Trichocereus bridgesii. Probably seed grown. it´s very difficult to ID them because most were grown from botanical seeds. The left one looks a lot like KK919 from La Paz. Right one might belong there too. It´s one of the most common Bridgesii strains on the market, 

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