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ocachucho

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PostSubject: Help to ID this 2...   Help to ID this 2... Icon_minitimeTue Aug 27, 2013 10:38 pm

Hello i need some help to identify this ones...

Is this M. bocasana cv. CATERPINCY ?

Help to ID this 2... M_boca11

and this,what is it?

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mmartic



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PostSubject: Re: Help to ID this 2...   Help to ID this 2... Icon_minitimeTue Sep 03, 2013 2:33 pm

Not sure, but 2nd looks like some form of crinita to me.
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PostSubject: Re: Help to ID this 2...   Help to ID this 2... Icon_minitimeTue Sep 03, 2013 11:21 pm

mmartic wrote:
Not sure, but 2nd looks like some form of crinita to me.
Critina have hooked spines!!!

http://mammillarias.net/gallery/mammillaria_species.php?searchstring=Mammillaria%20crinita%20ssp%20crinita&lg=uk
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PostSubject: Re: Help to ID this 2...   Help to ID this 2... Icon_minitimeSun Sep 08, 2013 12:58 pm

If there are no hooked spines (this is not clear from the picture), then M. picta, or something related to it, is the only possibility that I can think of. But it could also be a hybrid.
It looks like your plants would benefit from more light, this would produce more compact plants.

Wolter ten Hoeve.
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PostSubject: Re: Help to ID this 2...   Help to ID this 2... Icon_minitimeMon Sep 09, 2013 7:58 am

Hello and thanks Wolter.

It really look like M. picta, nice help.

About the sun, this Mam is full sun exposure.. at my garden.

Thanks for the help


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PostSubject: Re: Help to ID this 2...   Help to ID this 2... Icon_minitimeMon Sep 09, 2013 1:51 pm

The first is a monstruose form of Mam. painteri.
All existing clones come from one original plant seeded in Belgium in the 1980s.

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