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hendryterok

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PostSubject: Mammillaria to Id   Mammillaria to Id Icon_minitimeThu May 30, 2013 8:06 am

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Hi all,
I have lost this Mammillaria about 3 months ago Sad , luckily I could save its seeds(6 of them and now they are in the process of sowing_baggy method).
I use it for my avatar as its one of my favourite. The diameter was about 5 cm, sorry no flower as always missed it when it bloomed Sad
Could you please Id it?
I am now having 6 happy babies Very Happy


Regards,
Hendry
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hendryterok

hendryterok

Number of posts : 10
Age : 47
Location : Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
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PostSubject: Re: Mammillaria to Id   Mammillaria to Id Icon_minitimeThu May 30, 2013 8:08 am

hendryterok wrote:
Mammillaria to Id Mammsi11

Mammillaria to Id Mammto11

Hi all,
I have lost this Mammillaria about 3 months ago Sad , luckily I could save its seeds(6 of them and now they are in the process of sowing_baggy method).
I use it for my avatar as its one of my favourite. The diameter was about 5 cm, sorry no flower as always missed it when it bloomed Sad
Could you please Id it?
I am now having 6 happy babies Very Happy


Regards,
Hendry

Rolling Eyes drunken finally.... bounce


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PostSubject: Re: Mammillaria to Id   Mammillaria to Id Icon_minitimeThu May 30, 2013 10:35 am

What a lovely plant - sorry to hear of its loss.

My suggestion is that it is a form of M. klissingiana, as it is very white, and appears to have hairs and wool as well as the very white spines. It is difficult to be sure from the photo.


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hendryterok

hendryterok

Number of posts : 10
Age : 47
Location : Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
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PostSubject: Re: Mammillaria to Id   Mammillaria to Id Icon_minitimeThu May 30, 2013 1:47 pm

Chris43 wrote:
What a lovely plant - sorry to hear of its loss.

My suggestion is that it is a form of M. klissingiana, as it is very white, and appears to have hairs and wool as well as the very white spines. It is difficult to be sure from the photo.


Hi Chris,
Thanks for narrowing it down Very Happy

Cheers
Hendry
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