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PostSubject: ID please 3   ID please 3 Icon_minitimeMon Jul 21, 2008 12:29 pm

1) I think this is an Mammillaria albilanata, can someone confirm this? And wich form?

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2) No idea

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PostSubject: Re: ID please 3   ID please 3 Icon_minitimeMon Jul 21, 2008 12:31 pm

The first plant could be M.albilanata the lack of central spines leads me more to M.supertexta.
The second plant looks like some in series Mammillaria possible marksiana/canelensis but I can not be sure.
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PostSubject: Re: ID please 3   ID please 3 Icon_minitimeMon Jul 21, 2008 12:32 pm

To follow on, I think most likely supertexta and baxteriana.
I decided on supertexta because I think that the wool is a bit thicker than on most haageana forms, and it seems to be lasting as well. M. haageana forms most often (but not always) have wool in the flowering zone but do lose it afterwards.
And baxteriana because of the (I think) single central and lowish radial spine count. But you could call it petrophila ssp. baxteriana as well.

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