Trichocereus Glaucus is native to south east Bolivia and Peru. This species is perhaps most well-known for its blue skin, which becomes gray with age. Its spines are black to grey. It is frequently mixed up with trichocereus peruvianus and macrogonus. Some consider it a variety of trichocereus uyupampensis. Its flowers are pinkish white.
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