Hi again. The Browningia is a possibility for sure -especially with those senips. However, small columnars can be unbelievably deceiving. Your plant appears to be in a 3 or 4 inch pot. When that thing hits 3 or 4 feet in height, the senips are going to appear a lot different in relation to the stem. You’ll have to watch it as it gets bigger although I’m sure it will turn out to be one of those two.For Noid Mamm, I gave a couple of names that popped into mind, but certainly don’t insist on it. On the forum, we found it is really helpful to just toss out suggestions for a name. Then others can comment as to why they think the suggestion may or may not be right. The owner of the plant has a big advantage over those looking at a 2d picture. For reasons you mentioned, ‘un pico’ is out. M. winterae is a possibility, I’d suggest also M. magnimamma. A flower would make all the difference. Nice thing about Mamms is they flower easily. I would maintain that this plant was grown quite “soft” (maybe not mistreated, but treated too well?) and this make the ID more difficult to obtain.
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