Cactus and Succulents forum→identification please

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istanbul, turkey
ercanert
Jun 8, 2021 1:10 AM CST
Hello. I have three baby succulents I could not have identified by any app or my research online. Please tell if you know which species they are. Here are the pictures. Thank you.

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purpleinopp
Jun 8, 2021 7:44 AM CST
Hi & welcome! The first one may be a sunburned Aeonium.
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Baja_Costero
Jun 8, 2021 2:03 PM CST

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And the last one may be a Sempervivum.

The telling features on those 2 plants are the fine hairs on the fringes of the leaves.
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Macrocentra
Jun 8, 2021 4:11 PM CST
1. Some kind of Aeonium.

2. Looks like an etiolated Echeveria maybe.

3. Not sure about this one...
istanbul, turkey
ercanert
Jun 23, 2021 9:39 AM CST
Thanks to all of you. Here is a little bit more information that might help them to be identified.

The first one was sunburnt indeed, so I put it with my other succulents outside, next to the window of my balcony under filtered bright light, and it loved where it is!

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The second one is sadly rotten due to overwatering. The pot was lacking holes and had nothing but stones in the bottom of it for drainage and I think that's one of its problems; also I think it did not require water as much as the others, since I watered it the same way I did with my other plants and they are thriving. So, I picked the healthy leaves and now trying to propagate them as a last try.

Finally, I found out that the third one likes direct sunlight a lot, so it is outside of a room window that gets direct sunlight almost throughout the whole day, with my cacti. Its color is more saturated now and starting to give new growth. Also my opuntia anacantha is now growing 6 more ears so I assume it is a great spot :)

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