SCHLUMBERGERA x BUCKLEYI
Clone 5 Photo 6
It is the most mysterious clone.
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Photo taken on 18/01/2020
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And here's the photo that allows us to conclude:
The flower is clearly zygomorphic.
We are therefore in the presence of a S. x buckleyi
which is very close (with regard to the appearance of the flower)
to S. russelliana.
The filaments of the stamens are pink as in S. russelliana.
One could almost make a mistake, as I did for several years.