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I need some ID on these, I only know the first one is MAMMILARIA  ELONGATA  I think :-/  

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1st photo Mammillaria elongata

2nd Pilocereus sp (sometimes these are hybrids) and Mammillaria backebergeriana possibly ssp ernestii. Both of these pots are likely made up of individual plants that were germinated and planted together in clumps.can be seperated out when its time to repot.

3rd Hamatocactus setispinus should flower easily if happy in the summer.

4th very likely an echinopsis hybrid (there are more of them for sale than actual species) has a lot of ribs so maybe close to e. mammillosa or similar. Flowers will help most here.

5th Mammillaria rekoi

Last one is a ceroid species seedling, which I've seen before but the name escapes me right now. As it gets bigger it's features will become clearer and easier to id.

 

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Wow thanks for that dan..  I was told on another forum that was a SPINOSISSIMA in the second pic,  Thanks for the repotting advice too i might just do that. 

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No problem, that second plant isn't densely spined enough to be spinosissima, also the flowers are bit different between those species.

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