Spiral cactus

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    Cereus forbesii var. spiraliforme
     
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    Could be...but very interesting plant...

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    I believe it could be an Echinocereus. Several species have very little spination and deep ribs. A picture of the flower would be best for ID as many cacti come in many forms, Echino's have very distinct and elaborate flowers.
     

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