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mitchell101



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PostSubject: New Chileans   Thu Aug 23, 2012 5:40 pm

Doh! I always do that!
I wrote up a thread about an hour ago and didn't send exited this page without sending!

Gotta right it up again.

Abreviated version of what I wrote before:

Well, I went to the collectors corner yesterday. Looked at their cactus, broms, tillandsias, orchids, carnivorous and bonsais.

Chose out the cactus I was going to buy...
Two Neoporterias, a N. Senilis and N. Paucicostata.
Paid $15 each but they were quiet large.
Will post photos but photobucket is currently down.

There were 5 N. Senilis 4 of them were in bud. I bought the one that didn't have any buds. It rather had a ring of at least 11 offsets pushing through. So I'm stoked because N. Senilis usually stay solitary. There's no visible damage to the growing point although it is hard to see through all the spines. It has white spines by the way and a green body.
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PostSubject: Re: New Chileans   Thu Aug 23, 2012 9:51 pm

Neoporteria Paucicostata


Neoporteria Senilis

The largest pup


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