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Neglected Cacti ID Request

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Hey guys,

 

I've been out of the country for over a year and left a mate to care for my cacti. Most made it but a few were neglected and are yellowing or missing the identification labels. I was hoping those of you with a more experienced eye could help me confirm their identities.

 

A few I know are normal T. Pachanoi, and there should be a skyboat as well, but I had a t.patch crossed with a SS02 and a T. Bridgesii x SS02. 

 

1)

 

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2)

 

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3)

 

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4)

 

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5) 

 

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6)16.thumb.jpg.cf55f6d106bd8bfa4afd8a89ca5c0ef2.jpg

 

7) 

 

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8) 

 

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9)

 

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10)

 

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11)

 

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12)

 

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13)

 

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Any confirmations I can get from you guys would be great, it's going to be a long process to nurse them back to health.

 

Cheers :)

1.thumb.jpg.494301903a99f950be4168e28fdc63f4.jpg

5.thumb.jpg.ebc72636a5e9ad9d8b8dee9a61e84d1e.jpg

6.thumb.jpg.0fd4b37ad963524a167871c789732c8e.jpg

8.thumb.jpg.6ab0f6b04db575992f6292b58d77cece.jpg

9.thumb.jpg.ade86c2bda9cb3dacd0ad0dd7197636d.jpg

16.thumb.jpg.cf55f6d106bd8bfa4afd8a89ca5c0ef2.jpg

18_marked_as_san_pedro.thumb.jpg.ffb91b4ee6268092cb39a6c6fcac9680.jpg

19.thumb.jpg.ea7ab8164858673a610173f4a4fd39b7.jpg

20.thumb.jpg.7d645fdb7665597cff60eba992dc347f.jpg

22.thumb.jpg.dff10816093c60f405045f4aff7bea9c.jpg

25.thumb.jpg.70e169fa60a42a266009d37daab88f98.jpg

26.thumb.jpg.ddddc251941b4ab1f03dbc9791412a23.jpg

27.thumb.jpg.bad62cba924012b0f489d77d458ceaa1.jpg

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Hey mate, lots of possibilities here. I can say that 1,2,3,4,8,9 are definitely hybrids or botanical plants involving Trichocereus bridgesii. The Bridgesii body is dominant in those. 

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@Evil Genius Thanks brother, it's good to have your trusted input. That's at least half in their right place :)

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