SCHLUMBERGERA RUSSELLIANA (?)
Clone 1, Photo 3/3
or, much more likely,
SCHLUMBERGERA x BUCKLEYI
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Photo taken on 03/01/2020
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The flower is clearly zygomorphic.
There is no longer any doubt,
It is a clone of S. x buckleyi (S. russelliana x S. truncata) and not of S. russelliana.
The filaments of the stamens are pink as in S. russelliana.
This clone of S. x buckleyi is therefore closer (with regard to the appearance of the flower)
to S. russelliana than to S. truncata whose filaments are white.