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PostSubject: Another seedling species to identify   Sat Oct 08, 2016 2:26 pm

Me again,

Somehow when transferring these 6 seedlings from their group pot; I lost the tag. The other 2 are M. perezdelarosae.

Any thoughts on it's ID? It has not flowered so far. Each pot contains one plant.

Thanks again!

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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Sat Oct 08, 2016 6:05 pm

I think that this could be M. rekoi, as it has a hooked central spine, on some areoles at least.

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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Sun Oct 09, 2016 1:42 pm

Thanks Chris,

Ok, more time and a flower is needed on this one. I have a list of seeds sown at the time I planted this batch and rekoi wasn't on the list; but that doesn't mean it isn't that species.

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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Thu Oct 13, 2016 9:44 pm

Lisa, Arrow М. mainiae in bloom. in maynouf Surprised .
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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Thu Oct 13, 2016 10:41 pm

Hi Vladimir-

You think this is M. mainiae?

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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Thu Oct 13, 2016 11:22 pm

Lisa! ...and a flower is needed on this one. I have a list of seeds... Smile
We look forward to the support of the hall. I'm not a pro. At first glance, I thought of zephyranthoides, then about odorata. Most of all, I was wrong. scratch List publish! Vladimir.
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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Fri Oct 14, 2016 1:14 am

I was embarrassed shiny, cone Mamil. Another option - duoformis: xuchiapensis or erythrocalyx.
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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Fri Oct 14, 2016 12:17 pm

Hi Vladimir-

Yes, I agree. More time and a flower. Very Happy

Thank you for the list of suggestions, I will check my list of species sown at the time.

A little story about why I started the seedlings in the first place.

My greenhouse is 24' x 116', or 7m x 35m. A long tunnel with plastic on it. Picture #1.

Inside the greenhouse, I have shelves. On very windy days, sometimes the shelves would sway a bit because of the shock of wind gusts. One particular day, the wind was coming from an odd angle, and there were occasional violent wind gusts. I was working at my desk at the center of the greenhouse. Picture #2 shows my Mammillaria shelf at my left.

Picture #3 shows the shelf MISSING. One minute it was there, and the next minute gone. The rest of the pictures are the aftermath.











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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Sat Oct 15, 2016 12:47 am

Lisa, I first wrote all those verbal adjectives which came to mind at first, and then erased. ( too clear for modesty dangerous ). Disaster! Like an avalanche from the mountains. The horror! The film is quite a dangerous thing. 116 of the elbows is a very large sail. Over the summer sags, you need to pull up constantly. I fell for a similar trick 15 years ago. In February it snows, and then on top of pouring rain. The film is torn - on the tables, cacti knee-deep in water. And the rake again once in 5-6 years. Well, like all other people. And in April of the film flying around the suburbs. In October all the same, only in reverse. I had to buy polycarbonate. 5 years good. Let's wait and see. I have a 1/5 of Your greenhouse. A quarter of the tunnel in August the sack. I live on the pavement. Morning dew has not seen for 20 years.
Vladimir.
PS Melocactus You have already grown up.
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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Sat Oct 15, 2016 1:01 am

Hi Vladimir-

My Mammillaria shelf disaster has a happy ending. It only took me about 4 hours to clean up the mess.

When I was inspecting each plant for damage; I realized what a wonderful genus Mammillaria is.

So.... I decided to get more plants. But, I already had most everything I could find in the US - so I ordered a fair amount of seed. And now.... I have a very nice Mammillaria collection. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Sat Oct 15, 2016 12:03 pm

I know several people who keep their plants in a poly-tunnel, but now I understand why they don't have any shelves!
I'm glad that you managed to salvage so many, and then to add more. I'm moving house soon, I hope, but I shall stay with glass!

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PostSubject: Re: Another seedling species to identify   Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:05 pm

Shelves I hung the jumpers and even more pressed to the ground construction of greenhouses. They are set for winter and reduce the passage.
He returned from the greenhouse to the house, and on the back beloved cardigan clutched all the seedlings m. yaqensis. Smile
PS. let's move on to another topic. Wink
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