Pilosocereus

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Pilosocereus

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I think this is a magnificus but I am not sure.

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What happened to having flowers on top :shock: very good picture Irwin. They stick out (pun) very nicly against the black background IMO.
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Thank you Doug. :) Best regards.

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Post by DaveW »

Irwin,

Not sure of the identification as I don't grow Pilosocerei as they are too tender for my conditions. The felted ribs do not look like P. magnificus pictures but this may simply be persistance of wool in cultivation.

DaveW

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