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Pitayas This is a Pitaya tree Geotagged,Mexico,Spring,Stenocereus queretaroensis Click/tap to enlarge

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  1. Great cactus! Can you please rotate your photos before uploading? They are not very usable this way. Posted 4 months ago
    1. I just read your message, don't know why my cell phone is doing it, pictures are well taken, but when uploading them, they turn around, I don't remember the code to enter from the computer and be able to fix the pictures, will try to rotate them with an app from the phone, but will take some extra time on each picture to be loaded, thank you. Posted 4 months ago
      1. No worries, Enrique, thanks! Posted 4 months ago

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''Stenocereus queretaroensis'' is a species of cactus from Mexico, including the state of Querétaro. It is cultivated for its fruit.

Plants are tall, up to 5–6 m , with a central trunk followed by many upturned branches, producing a candelabra-like shape. The stems are around 15 cm across and have six to eight very distinct ribs. The areoles produce five to nine whitish radial spines, up to 2 cm long, and one to four somewhat grayer central spines, of which the lower.. more

Similar species: Caryophyllales
Species identified by enriquediaz
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By enriquediaz

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Uploaded Apr 29, 2019. Captured Apr 23, 2019 16:24 in Unnamed Road, Guanajuato, Mexico.
  • SM-G935F
  • f/1.7
  • 1/1820s
  • ISO40
  • 4.2mm