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Very tiny amount of mescaline worded like it has a lot but haha yeah decieving eh? Muskogee Herbman attached the following image s :.
Creator help me live in a way that will make my ancestors proud. Other than mescaline there are quite a few phenethylamine compounds present These are rare in the wild from what I've read, but are easy to grow from seed, provided that you can find seeds for the very specific variety you are seeking I've seen some live cacti offered here and there, but I have no way to be certain they are the exact variety I'm looking for I still want to add these two species to my collection Quote: Turbinicarpus pseudomacrochele var.
Quote: mescaline 2. Quote: Turbinicarpus pseudomacrochele Backeberg F. Quote: Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus var.
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Nothing should be taken seriously from a crazy mans mind. Heh, I bought a Turbinicarpus polaskii today, partly from this thread inspiring me but also because the little thing was so cute and beautiful. Distribution: Miquihuana, Tamaulipas. Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus var. Spines only Flowers magenta and white in winter. Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus f. The result is a completely cream-white, yellow or reddish plant.
It is closely related to Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus ssp klinkerianus Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus f. Foster N. Taylor : It has gray-green stems. Radials spines: finely acicular, rigid white young areoles areole in old specimens have only central spines that curve slightly inward.
No other variety of schmiedickeanus has as many radial spines nor as slender central spines.
Distibution: Aramberri, Nuevo Leon. Lau Glass : It has a very distinctive form, described by some as almost pagoda-like with conical tubercles, 4 -6 spines and greenish yellow flowers. Foster Glass : Stem with nearly round, slender tubercles, one thin, slender papery central spine, and white flowers; Distribution: Aramberri, Nuevo Leon. Jacobsen N. Taylor : Disk-shaped stems with tapering pyramidal tubercles, with a total of 3 spines with only one persisting, and white flowers with magenta midribs. The result is a completely cream-white or yellow plant.
Origin: Plants so-named are known only in cultivation. Taylor : Stem with poorly developed tubercles, spines, sometimes as many as 6, and white flowers. Flowers: funnel-shaped, 10mm long, mm wide, light cream to slightly pinkish, with reddish throat, petals generally with darker mid-stripe and with lighter margins.
Filaments dark pink, anthers orangish yellow. Style 10 mm long, pink, stigma remaining closed, white. Flowering season: They bloom very early in winter January-February. Fruits: Brown magenta. Seeds: Cap- to blunt pear-shaped, 0,8 - 1 mm, dark reddish brown to blackish, testa covered with minute tubercles, hilum micropylar region with a shiny smooth bulge. Testa with narrower, undulatory cuticular folding pattern.http://cars.cleantechnica.com/dilogos-desde-la-subalternidad-la-resistencia-y.php
Turbinicarpus pseudopectinctus – Liz Whiteman Smith
Remarks: This species is closely related to Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus ssp. Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus group. It needs a very well drained soil, and requires strong sun to part sun to develop good spinal growth. Waterings should be rather infrequent to keep the plant compact and to avoid its becoming excessively elongated and unnatural in appearance.
Assure a good ventilation. Turbinicarpus bonatzii G. Frank Succulenta Netherlands 71 6 : Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus subs. Pediocactus bonatzii G. Frank Halda Turbinicarpus bonatzii G. Frank See all synonyms of Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus. Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus group Turbinicarpus klinkerianus subs.
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