Identification: Do you know what species these are?

Discussion in 'Cacti and Succulents' started by Chilumba, Dec 30, 2009.

  1. Chilumba

    Chilumba Active Member

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    What is the scientific name or common name of these plants? Thank You
     

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    mandarin Active Member 10 Years

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    The four cacti are Mammillaria, except the second, which I think is a young Echinocactus grusonii. The third is M. decipiens camptotricha.
     
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    The first is Aloe 'Pepe'. The 2nd is a species of Cryptanthus.
     
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    the aloe.. I think so is aloe jucunda.. may be an hibrid.. the second it`s a bromelia specie.. the third look like mammillaria karwinskiana nejapensis.. (check on my flickr account to see more details).. the fourth it`s an echinocactus grusonii (asiento de suegra).. fifth: mammillaria camptotricha an the sith look like mammillaria sheldonii..
     
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