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Przemyslaw



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PostSubject: my mammillarias   my mammillarias Icon_minitimeMon Dec 24, 2012 12:17 pm

hernandezii
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sheldonii
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carnea
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PostSubject: Re: my mammillarias   my mammillarias Icon_minitimeFri Jan 04, 2013 7:29 pm

phantastics !!! thank u for the pics
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PostSubject: Re: my mammillarias   my mammillarias Icon_minitimeSun Jan 06, 2013 5:01 am

Very nice! M. sheldonii looks startlingly similar to M. grahami, which grows wild here.
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Przemyslaw



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PostSubject: Re: my mammillarias   my mammillarias Icon_minitimeSun Jan 06, 2013 10:04 am

GermanStar wrote:
...M. sheldonii looks startlingly similar to M. grahami ...

That is my little problem, I had few sheldonii and grahamii grown from seeds and I am not really sure which one survived.


GermanStar wrote:
...which grows wild here...

You, guys in both Americas do not even know how lucky you are
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PostSubject: Re: my mammillarias   my mammillarias Icon_minitimeMon Jan 07, 2013 11:38 am

Hi,
Nice plants and grown very well.

I doubted sheldonii was right when I first saw the photo, so it could very well be grahamii. Of course they are related, and in northern Sonora, it is sometimes very difficult to tell the two species apart.

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