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Re: An off topic question!

  • Subject: Re: An off topic question!
  • From: piaba <piabinha@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Thu, 1 May 2008 09:43:29 -0700 (PDT)

> >i haven't seen epiphyllums in the wild, but i can
> tell
> >you that related "epiphytical" cacti do grow over
> >rocks in full sun, and not necessarily in a shady
> >rainforest.

just to clarify what i wrote above -- i wasn't
referring to Rhipsalis, but to some thick, somewhat
cylindrical, rambling cactus growing for meters over
rocks -- perhaps Hylocereus -- in brazil.  

tsuh yang

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