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  • Bradleya 28includes the following articles:
  • Notes on Borzicactus in northern Peru by Graham Charles
  • Lizards on Aeonium lancerottense in Lanzarote, Canary Islands: a new example of pollination by reptiles? by E. Charles Nelson
  • Two new caulescent species of Sansevieria (Asparagaceae) in Kenya by Leonard E. Newton
  • Three species accepted in Chortolirion Berger (Xanthorrhoeaceae: Asphodeloideae) by Ben J.M. Zonneveld and Georg P.J. Fritz
  • A first record of a South African aloe, Aloe spectabilis, becoming naturalized elsewhere in the country by R.R Klopper. P.C. Zietsman, P. J. du Preez and G. F. Smith
  • Variation in flowers in Cephalophyllum curtophyllum (Aizoaceae) by H.E.K Hartmann
  • Notes on Agave palmeri Engelm. (Agavaceae) and its allies in the Ditepalae by Ronell R. Klopper, Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo and Neil R. Crouch
  • Desmidorchis impostor spec. nov. (Apocynaceae; Asclepiadoideae; Ceropegieae), a not-so-new, new stapeliad from northern Oman by H A. Jonkers
  • What's in a name: epithets in Aloe L. (Asphodelaceae) and what to call the next new species Estrela Figueiredo and Gideon F. Smith
  • Aloe nicholsii Gideon F.Sm. & N.R.Crouch (Asphodelaceae): a new leptoaloe from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Gideon F. Smith and Neil R. Crouch
  • Epitypes for two archetypal stapeliads: Stapelia hirsuta and S. (Orbea ) variegata by Gordon D. Rowley
  • Lectotypification of Portulaca grandiflora var. grandiflora by Gordon D. Rowley
  • Gilbert Westacott Reynolds: his study of Aloe and a bibliography of his work by Colin C. Walker
  • An up-to-date familial and suprafamilial classification of succulent plants by Reto Nyffeler and Urs Eggli


UK Bradleya 28/2010 | 21 GBP

Overseas Bradleya 28/2010 | 23 GBP


Cover: The newly described Borzicactus hutchisonii G. Charles flowering in cultivation, GC573.02, from 1,820 m, S. of Tingo. Depto. Amazonas, N. Peru.




Total number of pages: 144
Colour photographs: 112
3 Black and white photographs, 24 line drawings and diagrams and maps.
ISBN 0-902099-83-3
ISSN 0265-086X