Rebutia and Aylostera

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DaveW wrote: Sat Apr 28, 2018 12:05 pm What were your "Rebutia hybrids" above hybridised with Ellie? They look a lot like the normal Rebutia (Aylostera) albiflora to me?
It's called 'sunrise'. Rebutia heliosa x aylostera albiflora. Obviously it retains most of the flowers of thr albiflora but it has a sting orange tint that i doesn't show in the photo. The areole and growth habit are very similar to heliosa but thr spines are from the albiflora.
I'll try to show more of the orange in thr flower
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Turns out i have a clear photo. I hope the orange shows on your screen
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@7george: What's the first cactus in your last post?
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I believe it is some form of Rebutia pygmaea, but there is so many synonyms and "new species" around it so I'm not so sure.
Rebutia (Aylostera) gavazzii Mosti looks very similar to my plant.
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Rebutia minuscula: first flower of this seedling.
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