Bradleya 16/1998

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Bradleya is the yearbook of the British Cactus and Succulent Society and has been published annually since 1983. It has aimed to present articles of a more specialised or technical nature than those which are published in our quarterly journal.



Front cover: Cornellskop visited by Sir David Attenborough during the filming of “The Private Life of Plants” in January 1993. The hill has great scientific and aesthetic value. Photo: Graham Williamson.

The ecological status of Aloe pillansii (Aloaceae) in the Richtersveld with particular reference to Cornellskop by Graham Williamson
A surprising discovery in the stem-succulent Cynanchum complex in Madagascar by Ulrich Meve & Sigrid Liede
John Blackburne of Orford Hall and his cultivated succulents by John Edmondson and Gordon Rowley
James Justice and the First Succulent Collection in Scotland by Gordon D. Rowley
Anatomy of relictual members of Subfamily Cactoideae, IOS Group 1a (Cactaceae) by James D. Mauseth, Teresa Terrazas and Sofia Loza-Cornelo
New combinations in Ruschioideae, based on studies in Ruschia (Aizoaceae) by H.E.K. Hartmann
Three new species of Lomatophyllum and one new Aloe from Madagascar by Werner Rauh
The Pachypodium rosulatum aggregate (Apocynaceae) – one species or several? by G.D. Rowley
Two new succulent plant records for East Africa by Leonard E. Newton
New transfers from Lomatophyllum to Aloe (Aloaceae) by L.E. Newton & G.D. Rowley
Unnamed hybrids of xGasteraloe alliance by Leonard E. Newton
Opuntia Index Part 4: G-H by Richard Crook and Roy Mottram

Total number of pages – 112
ISBN 0 902099 49 3

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Weight 0.6 kg
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