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2 Years Ago
Anyone know what this is?
Posted by: JC Findley on 2 Years Ago
Bumping for any cacti aficionados
Posted by: Mary Bedy on 2 Years Ago
Got a book at home, JC, but I'm at work so somebody will answer before I can look. Just wanted to say nice shot....
Thanks Mary, I looked through a LOT o images on google, still no clue on my part though.
I can ID a moving snake seeing a flash of scales though the weeds, but I am clueless with plants.
Posted by: Rose Santuci-Sofranko on 2 Years Ago
Wish I could help...I looked through Google too, and my cactus pictures on my hard drive (with the names of some on them) but I can't come up with anything....thought it could be a "Feather Cactus" but it doesn't look 'feathery' enough... sorry
Posted by: Alfred Ng on 2 Years Ago
it could be a Rebutia,( Rebutia pulvinosaf f. albiflora) it will helps if you have another shot showing more of the plant.
Posted by: Heather Applegate on 2 Years Ago
Something in the Mammillaria family?
Posted by: Jason Politte on 2 Years Ago
Very knowledgeable people there who helped me correctly identify a cactus before.
Posted by: Roy Erickson on 2 Years Ago
It helps if it is known where the plant lives - Southwest US - or in a pot on the porch?
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