Plant ID forum: Draping plant to the right?

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Jul 6, 2016 1:41 AM CST
Hi there everyone!
I was wondering what the draping/hanging plant to the right (top shelf) is called?

Thanks :)
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Name: Deborah Pryor
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Jul 6, 2016 6:54 AM CST
It looks like it could also be a rhipsalis, as are the others. Can you get a closer picture of it?
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Jul 6, 2016 7:27 AM CST
Is it prickly? My eyes can't tell from looking at this pic. If so, it could be a lot of things such as Hylocereus, Selenicereus. The 2 other larger plants in the pic look like Rhipsalis, so that would be a good place to start investigating if it's not prickly.
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Name: Lindsey
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Jul 6, 2016 7:32 AM CST
It could possibly be a Rat Tail cactus, or Disocactus flagelliformis! Hard to tell with pic.

Mar 12, 2017 9:27 AM CST
Rhipsalis campos-portoana on the left, probably Rhipsalis teres forma heteroclada on the bottom. The upper right looks like it might be one of the rat tails but the photo isn't large enough to tell. An awful lot of Rhipsalis species are uncommon in the trade. Most are misnamed.

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