Cactus & Succulent Journal 1991/3


The Society journal  appears quarterly and is a richly illustrated, topical and informative journal which is highly respected worldwide.Currently issued in B5 format with beautifully illustrated, laminated covers the journal usually runs to 56 pages, though occasionally longer editions are produced as well as Special Issues. Older issues may differ.

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  • Sour Grapes by Keith Grantham
  • The Reintroduction of Gasteria baylissiana – A Check-up by Ernst Van Jaarsveld
  • Warionia saharae by Andre Audissou
  • Francisco Stockinger – A Cactus Pioneer from Brazil by Norbert Gerloff and René Zahra
  • A Visit to the Collection of John Smith by Bill Weightman
  • Mesembs in the Muthi-Market: Lithops leslei as an Ethnomedical Plant by Gideon F.Smith and Neil R.Crouch
  • Round Robins: Flight Report by Elizabeth Pendleton
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  • Problems of Speciation by Ray Stephenson
  • Sedum fosterianum at its type locality by Len Newton
  • One for the Birds? by David Lambie
  • What do Cipocereus laniflorus and Aloe jacunda have in-common? by Harry Mays
  • An Investigation into Light Intensity in the UK by Carl Garnham
  • Learning to Love Agaves by John Pilbeam
  • The Attraction of Dinteranthus by Suzanne Mace
  • The Search for Hardy Succulents (7) – Annuals by Gordon Rowley

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