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    Hi

    It is very difficult to tell from the photo (which is awesome btw). For me, based on that photo, the plant is not P. cyclosecta. Under low light, P. cyclosecta is largely green. Under good light, the amount of purple in the leaf increases. I have never seen reddish colours in a P. cyclosecta (both in photos and in my own collection). Here is what my plants look like:





    Based on the photo, I consider the plant looks more like it belongs to the P. ehlersiae section of Pings. It could also be a hybrid. Photos of the whole plant, the winter leaves and ideally a flower will be needed to give the plant a name.

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    Excellent information and pics, thanks!!

    I will look at cp photo finder at the species mentioned and see what seems close. Since I dont know for sure she will keep her "question mark" but without the cyclo part

    ty ty ty,
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    After looking around a bit it sure does resemble P. ehlersiae or a close hybrid of


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    It's not P. ehlersiae nor a hybrid of it. It's too small.

    Here's the original plants that yours came form Av:
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    When I first received it from Jim a year or two (or three?) ago I got it with a bunch of other tiny plantlets. They were too small to tell much about their traits. Something got mixed up somewhere. I lost the P. cyclosecta without even knowing it. I bet it is most likely 1717 or 1713 like Jim mentioned. I received both of those at the same time. Is there any way to tell between 1717 and 1713?

    Sorry for all the trouble it's caused Av.
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    Those could be P. debbertiana also. The leaves vary quite a bit depending on light/season:

    P. debbertiana (plant from pingman)




    P. Yucca Do 1713, P. esseriana (smaller plants) (from jimscott):


    P. cyclosecta (pingman)




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    Quote Originally Posted by Crissytal View Post
    Sorry for all the trouble it's caused Av.
    awwwww omg, no trouble.... fun yes, trouble noooooo
    anyways it gave me a cheap excuse to post the pics

    trouble my **** woman....

    hehehehe

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    1713 & 1717 look alike to me. But then again, most of them look too much like a moranensis.

    1713

    1717

    cyclosecta

    esseriana

    jaumviensis

    ehleresiae

    Not too much difference in these plants to me, but cyclosecta does have a purplish cast.

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    It is not cyclosecta. If it came form Jim and he has both 1717 and 1713 then it is esseriana/jauvamensis. Those two are insidious spreaders, if anyone knows about that it is me
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