SOLVED: A few straggling unidentified plants

Phoenix, AZ(Zone 9b)

26a. Growing in Fall, Late October. Leaves are not as thick and juicy as the wild type of Portulaca oleracea
Leaves are different than Portulaca pilosa.
No milky sap when broken.
growing wild.

SOLVED
Trianthema portulacastrum (Horse purslane)

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26b

SOLVED
Trianthema portulacastrum (Horse purslane)

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27. Leaves are different than Lactuca serriola & Sonchus arvensis.
missed the flowers.
Late Summer/Early Fall

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28a. Yellow Burro?
SOLVED: Jimmyweed - Isocoma wrightii

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28b
SOLVED: Jimmyweed - Isocoma wrightii

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28c
SOLVED: Jimmyweed - Isocoma wrightii

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29a Encelia farinosa (White Brittlebush) SOLVED

Early winter flowering.

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29b Encelia farinosa (White Brittlebush) SOLVED

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29c Encelia farinosa (White Brittlebush) SOLVED

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30a. Early Winter flowering
SOLVED: Leucophyllum frutescens

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30b.
SOLVED: Leucophyllum frutescens

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31a. Sphaeralcea sp. [Half Solved]

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31b, closeup of leaves.

Sphaeralcea sp. [Half Solved]

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32a. SOLVED: Echinopsis candicans

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32b SOLVED: Echinopsis candicans

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33a Labeled Echinopsis saltensis, but it does not match the photo or description in my book.

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33b

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34, Ball Cactus (Parodia [Notocactus] magnifica) SOLVED

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35. Grapefruit I've been eating for years from my old Citrus garden. If I leave these on the tree a few more months, They will get a little red/orange tinge on the outside and pinkish on the inside. Which cultivar?

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36a We always called them 'juicing oranges'. The peel is thinner and not as easy to peel as the thicker-peeled oranges.
Mine is sweet and looks like this link below, but it dosen't have a navel.

Sweet Orange, Navel Orange 'Washington'
Citrus sinensis
http://davesgarden.com/pf/showimage/11975/

I was also looking at:
Valencia Orange Tree 'Campbell Valencia'
Citrus sinensis
http://davesgarden.com/pf/go/54408/index.html

What is it?

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36b

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37 SOLVED: Harrisia 'Jusbertii'

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38. 2 palms trees.
SOLVED: Washingtonia filifera & Washingtonia robusta

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39 Coryphantha what?

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40. A delicate thin cactus. Rhipsalis?

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41. Sedum morganianum (Burro's Tail) SOLVED.


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42. Euphorbia trigona: SOLVED

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43. Monadenium sp. [half solved]

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44a Selenicereus?

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44b

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45

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46a Selenicereus?

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46b.

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46c.

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47. Echinopsis [trichocereus] Anyone have one just like this with an identical spine array? or know which species or hybrid it is?

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48a. Eriocereus? Selenicereus? Monvillia?

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48b

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49

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50 Exquisite agave, which one?

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51. Mammillaria what? Late summer.

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