SCHLUMBERGERA THOR WILD CACTUS
Photo taken on 12/11/2019
It is still an atypical Schlumbergera that I have already mentioned.
This is best seen on younger buds.
(Link at the end of the article)
As the producer does not want to communicate on the subject, we are led to hypotheses:
It is probably a mutation (natural or induced) of a Schlumbergera.
I believe less in the hypothesis of the crossing of a Schlumbergera and a Hatiora.