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Contents:

  • DNA sequences and cactus classification – a short review by Root Gorelick
  • Genome size analysis of selected species of Aloe (Aloaceae) reveals the most primitive species and results in some new combinations by Ben J.M.Zonneveld
  • Euphorbia resinifera portrayed in a manuscript herbal nearly fifteen hundred years ago – revisited by Pjotr Lawant and Diny Winthagen
  • The rediscovery of Ruschia acutangula (Haw.) Schwantes (Mesembryanthemaceae Fenzl) by Pascale Chesselet and Gideon F. Smith
  • Conservation Status of two Succulents Endemic to Soqotra Island, Yemen by Neil A.Oakman, Susan J.Christie and Dylan P.Hannon
  • A re-evaluation of the taxonomic status of the genus Melocactus in Aruba, Netherlands Antilles by George Thomson
  • Agave wercklei: a mesoamerican species in South Africa by Gideon F.Smith and Elsie M.A.Stein
  • Opuntia Index Part 8: R by Richard Crook and Roy Mottram
  • Batting curses and beating depression: Adenia gummifera in Zulu traditional medicine by Neil R.Crouch, Gideon F.Smith, Richard Symmonds and Tanza E.Crouch
  • Charles Plumier, the King's Botanist - his life and work. With a facsimile of the original cactus plates and the text from Botanicum Americum (1689-1897) by Roy Mottram
  • The flowers of Drosanthemum Schwantes (Ruschioideae, Aizoaceae) by S.Rust, C.Bruckmann and H.E.K.Hartmann

 

Quantity:
UK Bradleya 20/2002 | 14 GBP

Quantity:
Overseas Bradleya 20/2002 | 16 GBP

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Cover: Melocactus stramineus Suringar growing with Opuntia wentiana Br. & R. (= O. caracassana Salm-Dyck) in habitat at Bubaliplas, Aruba, Netherlands Antilles. See the article on the melocacti of Aruba on p.29. Photo by George Thomson.

Softback
Total number of pages - 148 + Cover (49 colour pages + Cover)
colour photographs - 110
black and white photographs - 17, line drawings - 20, maps - 14
ISBN 0 902099 72 8
ISSN 0265-086X