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Bradleya 37/2019

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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.

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Contents:

  • Editorial by Graham Charles
  • Aloestrela Molteno & Gideon F.Sm. (Asphodelaceae: Alooideae), a new alooid genus with A. suzannae (Decary) Molteno & Gideon F.Sm. as the only species by Gideon F. Smith & Steven Molteno
  • A new disjunct locality for Discocactus pseudoinsignis (Cactaceae) by Nigel Taylor & Daniela Zappi
  • A new Pilosocereus (Cactaceae) from Goiás state, Brazil by Nigel Taylor, Daniela Zappi & Priscilla O. Rosa
  • Notes on plants called Cereus hexagonus (Cactaceae) by Nigel Taylor & Daniela Zappi
  • The taxonomy of Aloe xspinosissima Hort. ex A.Berger (Asphodelaceae), a popular hybrid aloe from Mediterranean Europe by Gideon F. Smith
  • Aloe xcaesia Salm-Dyck (Asphodelaceae) is the correct name of the common hybrid aloe [Aloe arborescens Mill. x A. ferox Mill.] from the southern Cape, South Africa by Estrela Figueiredo & Gideon F. Smith
  • The elusive Mr Green and the eponymy of Aloe greenii Green ex Rob. and A. viridiana Gideon F.Sm. & Figueiredo (Asphodelaceae: Alooideae) by Gideon F. Smith, Joachim Thiede & Estrela Figueiredo
  • The nomenclature and taxonomy of Aloe glauca Mill. (Asphodelaceae: Alooideae) by Gideon F. Smith & Estrela Figueiredo
  • Notes on the taxonomy, iconography, and ecology of Aloe pluridens Haw. (Asphodelaceae: Alooideae), an endemic species from southeastern South Africa by Colin C. Walker, Gideon F. Smith & Estrela Figueiredo
  • Cactaceae of the Serra Geral, Monte Azul, Minas Gerais (Brazil) revisited by Nigel Taylor, Daniela Zappi, Gerardus Olsthoorn & Marlon Machado
  • Taxonomic and nomenclatural notes on Kalanchoe millotii Raym.-Hamet & H.Perrier and the cultivar Kalanchoe ‘Fern Leaf’ (Crassulaceae) by Gideon F. Smith & Estrela Figueiredo
  • Notes on the taxonomy and nomenclature of Kalanchoe brevisepala (Humbert) L.Allorge and its basionym, K. Millotii Raym.-Hamet & H.Perrier subsp. brevisepala Humbert, and K. dinklagei Rauh (Crassulaceae) by Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo & Sven Bernhard
  • The taxonomy and identity of Astroloba spirella (Haw.) Molteno & Gideon F.Sm. (Asphodelaceae: Alooideae), a distinctive species fromt the western Klein Karoo, Western Cape Province, South Africa by Steven Molteno & Gideon  F. Smith
  • Kalanchoe crundallii I.Verd. (Crassulaceae), the chameleon kalanchoe, a little-known South African endemic from the Southpansberg, Limpopo Province, with notes on its conservation status by Gideon F. Smith & Norbert Hahn
  • The taxonomy of Kalanchoe laxiflora Baker, a Madagascan species of Crassulaceae by Gideon F. Smith & Estrela Figueiredo
  • Taxonomy of the Madagascan Kalanchoe serrata Mannoni & Boiteau (Crassulaceae) by Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo & Sven Bernhard
  • Aspects of the nomenclature of four names in Kalanchoe Adans. (Crassulaceae): Kalanchoe rosea C.B.Clarke, K. bouvieri Raym.-Hamet & H.Perrier, K. rosei Raym.-Hamet & H.Perrier, and K. rosea A.Chev. by Gideon F. Smith & Estrela Figueiredo
  • Kalanchoe xgunniae Gideon  F.Sm & Figueiredo (Crassulaceae), a new South African nothospecies derived from Kalanchoe paniculata Harv. x Kalanchoe sexangularis N.E.Br. by Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo, João Loureiro & Neil R. Crouch
  • Notes on Sedum burrito Moran and S. morganianum E.Walther (Crassulaceae) and reinstatement of S. burrito by Gideon F. Smith
  • In search of Stefanoff’s elusive Sedum tschernokolevii (S. sexangulare) Crassulaceae by Ray Stephenson
  • Echeveria ‘African Sunset’ Gideon F.Sm. & Figueiredo (Crassulaceae), a new cultivar from South Africa by Gideon F. Smith & Estrela Figueiredo
  • Gasteria langebergensis, a new status for a Gasteria from the Western Cape, South Africa by E.J. Van Jaarsveld, B.J.M. Zonneveld & D.V. Tribble
  • Cotyledon flanaganii subsp. mzimvubuensis, a new subspecies from the northern part of the Eastern Cape, South Africa by E.J. Van Jaarsveld
  • Aptenia ‘Red Apple’ (Aizoaceae / Mesembryanthemaceae), a common cultivar derived from a hybrid between two Aptenia species endemic to southern Africa by Gideon F. Smith, Vasco Silva & Estrela Figueiredo
  • Representatives of Aptenia N.E.Br. (Aizoaceae / Mesembryanthemaceae), an endemic southern African genus, naturalised in Portugal by Gideon F. Smith, Vasco Silva & Estrela Figueiredo
  • J.N. Rose exsiccata collection (Cactaceae) in Herbarium Mortolensis (HMGBH): Revision and typification by Alessandro Guiggi & Mauro Mariotti
  • A significant westerly extension of the natural distribution range of Tulista minor (Aiton) Gideon F.Sm. & Molteno (Asphodelaceae: Alooideae) in the Overberg, Western Cape Province, South Africa by Steven Molteno & Gideon F. Smith
  • The nomenclature and correct author citation of the names Kalanchoe marnieriana H.Jacobsen ex L.Allorge and Bryophyllum marnierianum (H.Jacobsen ex L.Allorge) Govaerts (Crassulaceae), with notes on the nomenclature of some Madagascan Kalanchoe taxa by Gideon F. Smith & Estrela Figueiredo
  • Notes on Adromischus umbraticola C.A.Sm. subsp umbraticola and A. umbraticola subsp. ramosus Toelken (Crassulaceae) by Gideon F. Smith, Neil R. Crouch & Delia Oosthuizen
  • New species in Drosanthemum (Aizoaceae: Ruschioideae) by Sigrid Liede-Schumann, Ulrich Meve & Guido W. Grimm
  • Infrageneric classification of Agave L. (Asparagaceae: Agavoideae / Agavaceae): a nomenclatural assessment and updated classification at the rank of section, with new combinations by Joachim Thiede, Gideon F. Smith & Urs Eggli

 

Front cover: Cipocereus pusilliflorus growing in a white sand habitat in Campo Rupestre at the Serra Geral, Monte Azul, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Back cover: Painting of Aloe pluridens, here published in colour for the first time.

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Total number of pages: 264

ISBN: 978-0-902099-26-5

ISSN: 0265-086X

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