Echeveria Flowers, Pachy...something, Teeth

I thought this was a Pachyphytum, probably oviferum, but the flowers don't look right.  Pachyveria?  
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This next is supposed to be Echeveria tolimanensis, which seems completely incorrect.  
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This Echeveria...subsessilis?  
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With Crassulaceae, you have to get used to not knowing.  
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At least I've correctly identified these as teeth:
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Comments

  1. Somehow Echeveria flowers reminds me of sweets and candies!

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    1. Like the sugar flowers on wedding cakes...

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  2. Very nice photos! Are they perhaps hybrids? I've resigned myself to the fact that there are going to be lots of plants that not longer have certain IDs. Too many similarities and I don't want to put tags on every thing (ugly).

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    1. No clue...probably hybrids, yes. Lots of those around these days. I'm not a big tag fan myself.

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  3. I just call them pretty or sharp depending...
    Were your pups litter mates? They sure do love each other!

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    1. Litter mates indeed. They are inseparable.

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  4. Great macro shots.. those puppies are too darned cute

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  5. Lovely photos. I especially like the last one. Love it when dogs smile.

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  6. The first photo is Sedum craigii. It would be good to the foliage of the red-flowered plant. - Marck Menke

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    1. Thanks for the ID, Marck, I appreciate it!

      I will look for a photo of the foliage of the other plants.

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