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    hi, im wondering wat kind of cactus this is
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    Well it isn`t a cactus it looks like an Echeveria to me.
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    Looks like a aloe of some sort
    that makes no logic

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    I`m 100% its an Echeveria species. Definately not an aloe although it has the same growth patern. I`d say it`s the mexican wax plant Echeveria.....Hmmm. can`t think of the species anyone have an idea?
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    Could be Echeveria but I'll go with Sempervivum (Hen 'N' Chicks). If it is Sempervivum, there are soo many cultivars that it would be nearly impossible to tell without more details. It is likely 1 of these 2 Genus

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    I`m still jumping towards Echeveria I don`t think its a Semprivivium because they usualy have hairs along the edges of there leafs. And it just doesn`t look like a hen and chicksLol. Of course Echeveria is also known as hen and chicks! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/laugh.gif[/img]
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    I go for echeveria as well. I'e grown a lot of different semperviums and this isn't one of them. The 2 genera are very close though so it's hard to be sure.
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    looks cool
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