Got this plant as a gift but I do not know its name. Can you identify it?I'm pretty sure this is a type of Rhipsalis. Without a close up of the stems it's hard to identify it exactly. Many Rhipsalis have hairy or bristly stems, some are smoother.Dave's Garden Website shows some that are similar here:Rhipsalis teres var. heterocladaHope that helps to narrow it down,Jacki
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