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Contents

  • Editorial by Colin C. Walker
  • Euphorbia resinifera portrayed in a manuscript herbal nearly fifteen hundred years ago by Pjotr Lawant and Diny Winthagen
  • Conophytum subterraneum, a distinctive new species from the north-eastern Richtersveld, South Africa by Philip G. Desmet, Tom L.K.F. Jacobs and Terry C. Smale
  • The Turbinicarpus mandragora complex by Jonas M. Lüthy
  • A broader taxonomic concept of Aloe greatheadii var. davyana, a widespread and common maculate from southern Africa by Gideon F. Smith and Neil R. Crouch
  • Natural hybridization between Trichocereus atacamensis (Philippi) Marshall and Denmoza rhodacantha (Salm-Dyck) Britton & Rose (Cactaceae) by Fabián Font and Pablo Picca
  • A mission in life: Thomas Hanbury and his garden at La Mortola, Italy by Lucio Russo
  • Rimacactus, a new genus of Cactaceae by Roy Mottram
  • Notes on Lampranthus otzenianus and L. uniflorus (Mesembryanthema, Aizoaceae) by H.E.K. Hartmann
  • Opuntia Index Part 7: Nomenclatural note and P–Q by Richard Crook and Roy Mottram#
  • Haworthia limifolia var. arcana (Asphodelaceae: Alooideae): a new variety from eastern South Africa by Gideon F. Smith and Neil R. Crouch
  • Antimima aristulata comb. nov. (Mesembryanthemaceae Fenzl); a heterophyllous succulent from Cape Town, South Africa by Pascale Chesselet and Gideon F. Smith
  • The botanical paintings of Mary Maud Page by Gideon F. Smith and Colin C. Walker

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Front Cover: Trichocereus atacamensis (Philippi) Marshall, in Los Cardones National Park, Argentina. This species is one of the parents of a newly described intergeneric hybrid (p.59).

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