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Jucacactus

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PostSubject: More Mammillarias to identify   More Mammillarias to identify Icon_minitimeTue Apr 23, 2013 9:24 pm

I still remain some unidentified Mammillarias. I send two of them.

Mammillaria 1

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Mammillaria 2

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PostSubject: Re: More Mammillarias to identify   More Mammillarias to identify Icon_minitimeFri Apr 26, 2013 11:48 am

OK, so no-one is willing to suggest an answer to your questions, which means they are difficult plants to identify. I certainly think so!

Plant 1 - I don't recognise it, but counting spines (not a reliable method) it seem sot come out as either M. gigantea or M. sonorensis. Problem is that I don't recognise your plant as either of these two! So, sorry, no answer for now - but has it flowered at all? that might help.

Plant 2 - I'd suggest a form of M. rekoi, cylindrical growth habit, long lower hooked spine, though it is just possible it could be M. duoformis, a closely related species to M. rekoi.

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PostSubject: Re: More Mammillarias to identify   More Mammillarias to identify Icon_minitimeFri Apr 26, 2013 6:14 pm


Hi,

I too am unsure about no.1. But tend to lean towards m. sonorensis.

No.2 I believe is Chris's second choice of m. duoformis, looking like my plant, the synonym m. claviformis.
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PostSubject: Re: More Mammillarias to identify   More Mammillarias to identify Icon_minitimeFri Apr 26, 2013 7:02 pm

Comparing the two options, I also think that may be M. duoformis. The n ยช 1, for now, Mammillaria sp., and wait for more opinions.

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